Kate Hutter

Bio

Kate Hutter is co-founder of the L.A. Contemporary Dance Company (LACDC) and held the Artistic Directorship from 2005 - 2015.  Kate is an alumnus of the Walnut Hill School and a graduate of the University of Southern California with a BFA in Theatrical Design.  Kate also holds an MFA in Dance / Choreography from Purchase College, SUNY.  Kate has presented her choreography at prestigious venues throughout L.A. including the Broad Stage, Celebrate Dance at the Alex Theater, Ford Amphitheatre, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, L.A. Theatre Center, Diavolo Dance Space and Highways Performance Space.  Kate was also the movement director for the band Foster The People on their 2013 Summer Tour and part of the Move campaign by indie clothing retailer Alternative Apparel.  Kate has been a visiting artist, instructor, and/or lecturer at USC, UCLA, California State U. Long Beach, Loyola Marymount University, Santa Monica College, Scripps College, Chapman University, Ohio State University and Wayne State University where she has taught and/or set new work. Kate continues to create dance experiences for LACDC, choreograph for theater and commercial productions, and teach at the Brockus Project Space in downtown L.A.