Kalin Morrow, originally from Oklahoma City, trained at the School of Oklahoma City Ballet and the Classical Ballet School with Kay Sandel. She attended summer programs on full scholarships at American Ballet Theatre: Detroit and New York, Tulsa Ballet and Kansas City Ballet. In 2007, she received her BFA in Ballet Performance, with valedictorian honors, at the University of Oklahoma.  Kalin has danced with Oklahoma City Ballet, Tulsa Ballet, Oklahoma Festival Ballet, Nevada Ballet Theatre, Deep Dish Dance, Ron De Jesus Dance and for Molly Lynch’s The National Choreographer’s Initiative.  She has been a guest artist with Cerqua Rivera Dance Theater and Chicago Repertory Ballet.

Kalin has choreographed for the University of Oklahoma, NBT, the Choreographers’ Showcase, a collaborative program with NBT and Cirque du Soleil, Chicago Freelance Dance and has been a presenter at DanceWorks Chicago’s Dance Chance.  Kalin has worked with choreographers such as Maurice Causey, Matthew Neenan, Gail Gilbert, Greg Sample, James Canfield, Wade Schaaf, Lauren Edson, Heather Maloy, Ron De Jesus, Autumn Eckman, Brian Enos, Tanya Wideman-Davis and Thaddeus Davis.  She has taught at the Classical Ballet School of Oklahoma City, the Act One Theatre School in Pittsburgh and teaches at the Lou Conte Dance Studio in Chicago.  She is currently a dancer with Wideman/Davis Dance and Kristina Isabelle Dance Company.