About Audrey Surina

Audrey Surina is a senior currently pursuing a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Contemporary Dance with a minor in Arts Management at Indiana University. She is from Indianapolis, Indiana where she began dancing at the age of 3. She received her dance training at Indy Dance Academy and A-List Dance Center where she trained in ballet, modern, tap, jazz, contemporary, musical theater, and hip-hop. She attended North Central High School and was a part of the State and National Award winning show choir, The Counterpoints. She received the Pat Wiehe Choral Music Award and the Outstanding Senior Award for both exceptional leadership in performing arts at North Central High School. She has attended the Radio City Rockettes Summer Intensive, Nashville Ballet Summer Intensive, and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Summer Intensive. At Indiana University, she was cast in original work by Juel D. Lane, Ego, in Shifting Landscapes in 2020, and a part of the music video for “When the Strong One Cries” by Kacie Swierk and choreographed by Fiona Schlegel. She will be in original works created by Dr. Pratibha Batley and Baba Stafford C. Berry coming this December. She has choreographed original work in “Framing Figures,” the Junior Choreographic Showcase in 2020 titled A Woman's Worth, An Ode to R.B.G and in “Slip” the University Players Dance showcase with a piece titled Something Tells Me. She is the current president of The Movement Cooperative and is on the Executive Board of her sorority as VP of Ritual and Fraternity Appreciation at Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Mu Chapter. She also is a 200 RYT Certified Yoga Instructor and has a passion for working with students at the Dyslexia Institute of Indiana.

Recent Credits

New Moves/New Directions

IU Contemporary Dance Theatre — Senior Choreographer, dancer


IU Theatre — Dancer

New Moves: Senior Capstone Showcase

IU Theatre — Dancer