Breton Tyner-Bryan is a choreographer and director specializing in musicals, immersive productions, film, and video. She is the creator of Breton Follies, an evening length cabaret production company featured in Dance Magazine and at Jacob's Pillow's Inside/Out Festival. Recent works includes "Heading East" starring BD Wong, "Vinegar Tom" and "Retrofactoy" for Theater C, "Cotton Candy and Cocaine" for New York Theater Barn, choreographic mentee under Sergio Trujillo for The Donna Summer musical on Broadway, Alan Brown's latest feature film, choreographic labs for "In the Heights" at Kennedy Center, Waitress (Broadway), Twelfth Night (Public Theater), and Encore's God Bless You Mr. Rosewater. She is a 2018 CUNY awardee, 2019 New Victory Theater Artist in Residence, and Broadway Dance Lab connect mentee.
Choreographic Commissions include, Westfest, BCBEAT, NYU, Marymount, AMDA, Montclair, New Jersey Dance Theater, Broadway Dance Center, Joffrey Ballet School, and performing alongside The Martha Graham Dance Company at its Benefit for Haiti. Breton has created installations for New York Fashion Week, The Pierre Taj Hotel, The Metropolitan Room, Madonna-Washington Square Park, Don Most from Happy Days, Sonas Denim Commercial, Jewels in the Square presented by Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Brigham Young University, award winning solos for Young Arts Miami, and Woodside Vaulters Equestrian international competitions. As ballet mistress for Sleep No More she has choreographed and performed for McKittrick Follies, and is currently ballet mistress for Ballet Hispanico.
Film/Television credits include The Knick (HBO) Steven Soderbergh, Studio City (VICE), Manhattan Love Story (ABC), TEST Chris Mason Johnson, Stories from the Microchasm John Sanborn. Breton has taught for New York University, Broadway Dance Center, Peridance, Joffrey Ballet School, The Place (London), Dance Base Scotland, San Francisco State University, LINES Ballet, and Complexions Contemporary Ballet. She holds a BFA in Ballet Performance from the University of Utah and received her training at the School of the Hartford Ballet. As a performer, choreographer, writer, and photographer her work has been featured in Pointe Magazine, Dance Informa Magazine, Broadway World, Oberon's Grove, Huffington Post, the New York Times, and Curve Magazine. As a theatrical storyteller creating character driven works for stage, films, site specific experiences, and commercial projects, her work is comedic, in your face, celebratory, sensual, and elegant.