About Esther

Esther Pauline Farley graduated from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, with a B.F.A. in Contemporary Dance in 2021. She has performed in Keepings Things Whole, choreographed by Gabrielle Lamb, Tongues, choreographed by Bradley Shelver, the Metallica Project, choreographed by Otis Sallid, Luza, choreographed by Catherine Coury.

 

Esther’s student choreographed solo work, Montmartre, was debuted at the Detroit Dance

Exchange and was selected and performed at the Conservatory’s 2019 Winterworks concert and prestigious gala at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Her piece, Transoceanic appeared in the Conservatory's 2020 Winterworks concert. She was instrumental in producing and directing a student choreography concert during the spring of 2018 and 2019, as well as initiating Might Dance Collective, a student choreography club.

Esther has also assisted in

student-produced musicals, most notably, Peter and the Starcatcher and American Idiot. Esther recently performed in La Casa Azul, a professional, original musical by Gregory Hancock and directed by Georgina Escobar.

Esther received her early dance training at the Academy of Dance Arts and developed a passion for musical theatre while attending the Boston Conservatory’s Musical Theatre summer intensive in 2016. She received

acting training through Chicago talent firm, Management by Morgan, and has played roles in short-films and independent projects.

 

She has enjoyed numerous diverse dance intensives and workshops, most

relevant, Movement Invention Project NYC, directed by Francesca Harper, and A League of her Own: Lipstick Diaries

NYC, directed by Jessica Castro.

Montmartre

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Transoceanic

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Tongues

 

Resume

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