Betsy Brandt | Webster University

Betsy Brandt

Adjunct Faculty
Introduction to Global Dance, Improvisation, Dance History, Composition

Betsy Brandt

Betsy Brandt is an interdisciplinary dance educator, dramaturg, writer, maker, and mover. She currently holds faculty appointments at Webster University and Lindenwood University, teaching courses in history, theory, composition, and technique. As a dramaturg, Betsy has collaborated on projects with Sara Hook, Paul Matteson, Elizabeth Johnson, Kate Corby, Jennifer Monson, and Tere O’Connor. She has presented her writing and scholarship at the Congress on Research in Dance and as part of the Lorado Taft Lectureship Series. A member of the inaugural Dance Writing Lab at the National Center for Choreography, Betsy is currently writing about dance as a catalyst for social justice. She earned her MFA in dance from University of Illinois: Urbana Champaign.