October 22, 2021 update on live performances and events at the NAC.
Astrid Dangeard | Jean-François Lemire -Shoot studio

Astrid Dangeard

Paris-born Astrid Dangeard obtained her National Diploma in Choreographic Studies in 2016 with honors from
the jury at the Conservatoire de Boulogne-Billancourt. In parallel, she studied classical acting at the Cours
Cochet Delavène in Paris. In 2017, she moved to New York City to study at the Steps On Broadway dance
studio, as well as with the Bob Fosse Legacy. Also in parallel, she pursued her acting training, delving into
Contemporary American Theatre. In New York, she danced for choreographer James Kinney, and played the
role of Déa in The Man who Laughs at the Producer’s Club. In 2020, she played “Iris Kelly” in the Casino de
Paris’ production of Fame, directed by Ned Grujice. Astrid has appeared in several music videos, including
Flame, created by French artist Naë. She joined the BJM in 2020.