Halie Bahr

Halie Bahr is a dancemaker, performer and educator who relocated from Minneapolis, MN. As a Minneapolis choreographer, she presented work at The Soap Factory, Bryant Lake Bowl Theater, Zenon Dance, and Gamut Gallery. She has performed and presented work nationally in venues such as The Walker Art Center, Southern Vermont Dance Festival, Milwaukee Art Museum, Brine Dance, Chicago Fringe Festival, and Danceworks DanceLab. Professionally, she has danced in works by Merce Cunningham, Jennifer Glaws, Leyya Mona Tawil, April Sellers Dance Collective, Danceworks Performance Company, Wildspace Dance Company, and Your Mother Dances. Along with making dances, Bahr has served as a Rehearsal Director to works created by Anouk van Dijk and Lauren Edson.
In addition to Dance, Bahr has acted and performed in experimental films by filmmaker Kym McDaniel, which have screened internationally at the Echo Park Film Center (Los Angeles), the Walker’s Point Center for the Arts (Milwaukee), Cellular Cinema (Minneapolis), R.E.D. International Dance Film Festival (Norway), and the FIVC International Videodance Festival (Chile). She holds her BFA in Contemporary Performance & Choreography from University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, graduating Summa Cum Laude (2015). Within academic contexts, Bahr has performed in works by Trisha Brown, Stephan Koplowitz, Rebecca Stenn, Sarah Weber Gallo, Luc Vanier, Elizabeth Johnson, and Maria Gillespie. She is currently a MFA candidate and teaches within the School of Dance at the University of Utah. 

Current Collaborating Artists 

The work I make wouldn’t be possible without those who joined me in the studio to make dances. I want to credit those who have helped develop and shape what the work is today. Thank you!

Aileen Norris 

Ali Lorenz

Nora Lang

Lexi Hauck

Severin Sargent-Catterton

Previous Collaborators 

Rachel Clark. Emma Call. Kym McDaniel. Nora Henriksen. Marissa Jax. Maria Tordoff. Amelia Morris. Mikell Melius. Lucia Webb. Emily Bartsch. Nicole Spence. Miranda Zielinski. Kayla Flentje. Sarah Draper