Adrienne Bergeron

Dance, Performance, Theatre

About the Artist

Adrienne Bergeron, a new resident of Baltimore City, by way of Los Angeles and before that New York City, is a dancer, singer, actor who has performed at regional theatre's across the country.  However, as of late, Adrienne's focus and drive has shifted to create for the stage--as a teaching artist, choreographer, and director.  A summa cum laude graduate of Lees-McRae College and a proud member of AEA, Adrienne has been choreographing, directing, and teaching children and adults all over the United States for years.   Favorites include:  Catch Me If You Can and Totally Radical 80s Revue at Big Fork Summer Playhouse; Marvelous Wonderettes  and Church Basement Ladies at Cornwell Dinner Theatre; Annie, Dear Edwina Jr. and Honk for Palace Youth Theatre; 25th Annual Putnam County... and They're Playing Our Song for Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre.  Still a dancer and singer herself, some of her favorite credits have been Chicago (Go to Hell Kitty), Seven Brides… (Sarah), Fiddler…(Chava), Hello, Dolly! (Ermengarde), and A Chorus Line (Bebe).  She recently just choreographed Annie Jr. for Oaks Christian Academy in Thousand Oaks, California; Little Shop of Horrors for Youth Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles, California; and before the pandemic, was in production for choreographing Something Rotten in Big Fork, Montana.   When she's not working for theatre, she's an avid baker (@TheKarmaKitchn on IG), cross stitcher, and enthusiastic fur mom of two.  This year, she is most excited for her husbands law school endeavors and getting to know her new city of Baltimore.