Cindy Case is a Maryland native who studied locally under Pamela Moore, DFCCA. Since leaving home, she has been a trainee with Richmond Ballet, a second company member with Nashville Ballet, an apprentice with Charlottesville Ballet, and a company dancer with San Diego Ballet and Ballet Theatre of Maryland. Previous professional credits include an ensemble role in Serenade, Myrtha in Giselle, a Big Swan in Swan Lake, Dew Drop Fairy and Arabian in The Nutcracker, Lucy in Dracula, Catherine the Great in Roman Mykyta's The Little Slippers, the waltz variation in Les Sylphides, and Queen of the Dryads in Don Quixote. She has danced contemporary works by Gina Patterson, Heather Maloy, Paul Vasterling, Gregory Hancock, R. Colby Damon, Javier Velasco, and Keith Lee; since joining BTM she has also had the pleasure of originating roles in works by fellow company members Michael West, Jr., Lindsey Bell, Karissa Kralik, and Isaac Martinez.
Cindy has danced professionally since 2012 and at BTM since 2019. Over the course of her career, she has also served as an academy teacher, community outreach instructor, choreographer, communications coordinator, and copywriter for multiple organizations. In 2019, her choreography Infernum in 3/4 premiered in San Diego Ballet's Dance Gallery. In the summer of 2020, she became a Cecchetti Diploma Fellow while also co-founding the currently inactive Digital Dance Project. Her first mainstage work for BTM, Flow and Ebb, appeared in 2022's Les Sylphides and Other Works.