Cara Butler

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Cara Butler
Born United States
Occupation Dancer, choreographer
Current group The Chieftains
Former groups Cherish the Ladies
Greenfields of America
Solas
Dances Irish stepdance

Cara Butler is an Irish American Irish stepdancer and choreographer. She is the younger sister of Riverdance lead dancer Jean Butler.

Dance career[edit]

Cara Butler studied with the widely respected Irish stepdance teacher Donny Golden. She and her sister, Jean, each won numerous national titles and regional titles, and placed well in international competitions. She has toured with the Irish folk group The Chieftains since 1992 performing traditional and contemporary Irish dances.

Butler was a featured dancer in the 1999 run of "Dancing on Dangerous Ground" which played in the Theater Royal in London's West End. In 2005 she danced with her sister for the instructional DVD Irish Dance Masterclass with Jean Butler along with Tara Barry, Michael Patrick Gallagher, and Glenn Simpson.[1]

Cara was the lead dancer in the Folgers coffee commercial "A Dancer’s Morning".[2]

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