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Plamondon, Allison


Allison Plamondon is a Canadian actress, choreographer and teacher based in New York City. Allison recently finished filming the role of Kaylin in the feature-length thriller, The Tank (scheduled for a 2015 release). Other acting work includes Suddenly, Last Summer directed by Austin Pendleton (Mississippi Mud Productions), See Bob Run at Planet Connections Theatre Festivity (Winner, Outstanding Performance in a Solo Show, 2012) and Prometheus Within (La MaMa ETC) in a performance the NY Times called a "standout". Film choreography includes the Oscar-winning short film, Curfew and Before I Disappear (currently rocking the festival circuit). In NYC, Allison choreographed The Hills Are Alive! at the New York Musical Theatre Festival 2013 and Someone To Belong To at the New York International Fringe Festival 2013 for which she received the Overall Excellence Award for Choreography. Off-Broadway assistant work includes Make Mine Manhattan (Associate, Connelly Theatre), Freckleface Strawberry (Associate, New World Stages), Bells Are Ringing directed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall (SDC Observership, City Center Encores). Other choreography includes the Canadian premiere of Hello Again (Tarragon Theatre), Something Wonderful (Charlottetown Festival), The Adventures of Joseph Andrews (Tarragon Theatre) and Noel Coward’s Red Peppers (La MaMa Galleria). An avid teacher, Allison has taught Tap at Broadway Dance Center, Abrons Arts Center and two of Canada’s most prestigious performing arts colleges: Randolph Academy and Sheridan College. As a dancer, Allison has performed at some of the most exciting venues in North America. Favorites include Tap City -the Main Event (Symphony Space), the national tour of Tap/percussion show RhythMatix and performing with Phish on New Year’s Eve at Madison Square Garden.

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