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Theatre and Dance

College of Arts and Sciences

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Cara Harker

Cara  Harker MFA

Associate Professor
Theatre and Dance
423-439-5687 /
207-B Campus Center Building

Cara Harker is an associate professor, teaching Dance as a Human Experience, all levels of jazz, tap, and ballroom dance, dance composition, dance improvisation, theatre movement, and more! Cara graduated from the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University with an MFA in Theatre Performance in 2003. Credits include: Girl’s Eye View, which she co-wrote, choreographed, and performed in at Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati; Bebe, which she wrote, directed, choreographed, and performed in at the Know Theatre as part of the Cincinnati Fringe Festival; and Memoir of a Mythomaniac: the True Story of a Compulsive Liar (or Tallulah Dies), which she wrote, directed, choreographed, and performed in at the Cincinnati Fringe Festival and which won the Dr. Robert J. Thierauf Producer’s Pick of the Fringe Award. Presentations include: The Art of the Solo Dance (International University Global Theatre Experience Conference in Leitring bei Leibnitz, Austria); Choreographing through Constraints: Embracing Practical and Created Obstacles when Making Dances (University of Lincoln, UK); and This could be Habit-Forming: Finding Inspiration from Everyday Movement (University of Derby, UK).


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