Creator, Founder, and Director of Lady BOS Productions, Kristin Wagner is a dance performer, choreographer, educator, and administrator passionate about creating space and opportunity for artists to make and share dynamic, evocative, compelling dance works. Having graduated Summa Cum Laude from Boston University with B.S. in Hospitality Administration, Kristin left a burgeoning career in Finance at the Four Seasons Hotel Boston in favor of a life filled to the brim with art. For the past six years, Kristin has enjoyed translating her skills in finance, accounting, and operational management within the field of dance at such organizations as The Dance Complex, Boston Moving Arts Productions, and Dance Paws LLC. In 2018, following the success of her first self-produced dance theater concert …that’s what she said, Kristin created Lady BOS Productions in an effort to provide low or no cost consulting to grassroots dance companies, as well as to grow …that’s what she said into a multidimensional, high-impact dance project that supports femme artists.
As a performance artist, Kristin has had the honor of performing at Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Boston Center for the Arts, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and Jordan Hall, among others. She has been dancing with KAIROS Dance Theater since 2012, currently serves as principal dancer and rehearsal director for the company. Kristin also performs with Brian Feigenbaum and Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion, and has been creating a series of collaborative duets with Tony Guglietti. Kristin has presented choreography at the Salem Arts Festival, Boston University, The Dance Complex, the Third Life Choreographers Series, NACHMO! Boston, Tufts University and Harvard University. Kristin is currently on teaching faculty in a variety of studio settings ranging from recreational to pre-professional and adult, including the New England Conservatory, Wilmington Dance Academy, and Koltun Ballet Boston.