Bridget Breiner

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Bridget Breiner is an American prima ballerina.

Born in Connecticut,[1] she studied at Ballet Met in Columbus, Ohio,[2] and then at the Heiz Bosl Tanzstiftung in Munich. She currently dances for the Stuttgart Ballet and the Dresden SemperOper Ballet. She has danced many of the main roles at the Stuttgart Ballet and particularly excels at dramatic acting roles.

Breiner won critical acclaim for her portrayal of Blanche DuBois in John Neumeier's A Streetcar Named Desire. She has been a muse to many choreographers including David Dawson, Douglas Lee, Mauro Bigonzetti and Christian Spuck. Breiner has traveled the world over and has also started working as a free-lance choreographer.[3]

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