Bessie Award-winning dancer Caleb Teicher began his dance training with Jennifer Dell starting tap at the age of 10. He then went on to study privately with David Rider. He has danced for choreographers Michelle Dorrance, Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, Geoffrey Doig-Marx, Igal Perry, and others. He is an alum of the School at Jacob’s Pillow for Tap and Jazz/Musical Theatre Dance and of the NFAA’s YoungArts Program, for which he was a Silver Award winner in dance.
Caleb is a founding member of Michelle Dorrance's Dorrance Dance and has also danced with the touring company of Tap Kids. He has been featured in Dance Spirit Magazine, Dance Studio Life, and also on the 2012 Dance Magazine "25 to Watch". Also an acclaimed choreographer, Caleb’s work has been seen at The Duke on 42nd Street, Symphony Space, the Flynn Theater, the DiCapo Opera Theater, the Gusman Theater, and others.
In the summer of 2011, Caleb made his debut as an actor and choreographer for musical theatre in the NYCFringe production of The Seed of Abraham. He most recently performed in The Music Man at Riverside Theater (director/choreographer Vince Pesce).
Caleb was an instructor at the 2011 Beat Retreat in Charlottesville and the 2011 Gypsy Jam, as well as teaching private lessons and substitute teaching at various studios in New York City.