Bre Short is a dancer, singer, actress, and creator based in Brooklyn, NY. Hailing from Southern Maryland, she trained at The Boston Conservatory and graduated with a BFA in Dance from Point Park University. 

While in Pittsburgh, Bre performed with a variety of artists including The Pillow Project, Gia Cacelano, Maree Remalia, and Reed Dance (August Wilson Dance Ensemble). She frequently collaborated with choreographer and dancer Kaylin Horgan and performed in the New Moves Contemporary Dance Festival at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater. In 2013, Bre was awarded an artist movement residency at PearlArts Studios. During her residency she composed original music and premiered her choreographic work The Flight & The Fall

Bre was featured in In Medias Res’ film I’m A Stranger Here Myself and as a dancer in the feature film 306 Hollywood, a magical-realist documentary by El Tigre Productions (Sundance, 2018). Since relocating to NYC,  her performance credits include The People Movers, Nadine Bommer Dance Theater, Third Rail Projects, and Punchdrunk NYC. For over 2 years, Bre has performed as Red Queen and Mad Hatter in Third Rail Projects’ Bessie Award-winning immersive theater show Then She Fell. She recently joined the cast of Punchdrunk NYC's Sleep No More.