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Christina Belinsky
Height: 5'3"
Eyes: Hazel
BFA Modern Dance Performance 
University of the Arts
AA in Dance
Dean College
Christina is a graduate of Dean College with an A.A. and the 'Trustee's Prize' Award in Dance and The University of the Arts where she earned her B.F.A. in Modern Dance Performance and the award for Most Outstanding Performance in Modern Dance. Concert dance credits include Doris Humphrey's "Water Studies" at The Yard on Martha's Vineyard, Philadelphia's Contempra Dance Theatre, Boston Dance Company's "The Nutcracker Suite", NYC's Perceptions Contemporary Dance Company and Thistle Dance, and the 80th Anniversary Tour of the Martha Graham Dance Company performing as an ensemble member in the classic, “Panorama” at the Annenberg Center in Philadelphia. Professional regional theater credits include Irving Berlin's White Christmas, Mary Poppins, A Christmas Carol, Footloose, The Producers, Sweet Charity, Seussical: The Musical, Charlotte’s Web, and the NYC industry reading of "Woody: A New Fairytale". TV and film credits include HBO's The Gilded Age, Westworld, Dance Mom's Season 8 Finale, MTV's Say It In Song, HGTV's Spontaneous Construction, and Lucky for Life Lottery commercial. Other credits include Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra and Cirque du Soleil's One Drop Foundation,

Christina has toured internationally as the dance captain and swing of "The Aluminum Show"; a show that combines puppetry, acrobatics, and dance with aluminum-toned objects. With "The Aluminum Show" she has performed throughout the US, Brazil, Canada, Spain, Israel, and Russia and has made numerous television appearances. She has toured as the dance captain and swing of the North American and Tokyo tour of  "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", directed and choreographed by Tony Award-winning choreographer, Andy Blankenbuehler. Christina was a member of the ensemble and Peter Pan understudy in the Broadway 1st National Tour of "Finding Neverland", directed by Tony Award winner Diane Paulus and choreographed by Emmy Award winner, Mia Michaels. She has worked with industry leaders like Karla Puno-Garcia, Joey Pizzi, Nancy Braun, and John Caraffa.

Christina has been a guest teacher at various universities, dance conventions, and conferences around the country as well as Broadway Dance Center, NYC's Think Tank, and New York City's Stage Door Connections. Her choreography has been presented at San Antonio’s Empire Theatre, Philadelphia’s Drake Theater, Think Tank NYC, New Hampshire’s Majestic Theater and Palace Theatre, Boston’s Dance Complex and Third Life Choreographers’ Series as well as at the Built On Stilts Performing Arts Festival on Martha’s Vineyard. 
Christina is the producer of the Artists in Motion Film Festival at The Gem Theater in Bethel, Maine. Her dance films have been featured at the 50th Dance On Camera Festival at Lincoln Center, American Dance Festival,  SXSW Music and Film Festival, Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, LA Dance Film Festival, Maine International Film Festival, and Acadia Dance Festival (Audience Choice Award). She  is the cinematographer of the Boston-Based dance company “RootsUprising” with artistic direction by Nailah Randall-Bellinger. Their dance film collaborations have been commissioned by Harvard University, New England Foundation for the Arts, and CambridgeArts.  "Initiation- In Love Solidarity", their second dance film collaboration is now a permanent work-in-residence of the "Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery" tour at the Harvard Radcliffe Institute. 

Christina is a 2023 New England Dance Fund Choreographer's Grant recipient. She is the proud creator of Artists In Motion Apparel @artistsinmotionapparel, an upcycled hand silk screen printed dance studio to streetwear clothing brand promoting sustainability, creativity, and community.  Christina is proud to be a member of Actors' Equity, Impact Dance Adjudicators, and represented by CESD Talent Agency.  
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