Allison Plamondon is a New York-based actress, choreographer and teacher originally from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
As an actress, Allison most recently played Calpurnia/Artimidora in Julius Caesar with Titan Theatre Company (directed by Jack Young) at Queens Theatre. Other acting work includes Trying at Cape May Stage and Suddenly, Last Summer, both directed by Austin Pendleton, See Bob Run at Planet Connections Theatre Festivity (Winner, Outstanding Performance in a Solo Show, 2012) and Prometheus Within at La MaMA. Film/TV includes the feature-length thriller, The Tank (Glacier Films-2016 release) and appearing as a dancer on Royal Pains and The Knick.
Film/TV choreography includes the Oscar-winning short film, Curfew, the feature-length Before I Disappear (IFC Films) the NBC series, Believe and the Steven Soderbergh series, The Knick (assistant choreo). New York theatre choreography highlights include What's YOUR Problem?! at Ars Nova/Cloud City, Feather Gatherers at the New Ohio Theatre, The Hills Are Alive! at NYMF, Someone To Belong To at the NYC Fringe Festival (Overall Excellence Award for Choreography) and a workshop of Pal Joey at HB Studio. Off-Broadway assistant work includes Make Mine Manhattan (Associate, Connelly Theatre), Freckleface Strawberry (Associate, New World Stages) and an SDCF Observership with Kathleen Marshall on Bells Are Ringing for City Center Encores. Canadian highlights include Something Wonderful at the Charlottetown Festival, The Adventures of Joseph Andrews and the Canadian premiere of Hello Again both at the Tarragon Theatre. Allison was the Artist in Residence at HB Studio in the fall of 2016. Here she developed the dance theatre ensemble piece, The Tchaikovsky Vignettes.
An avid teacher, Allison has taught Tap at Broadway Dance Center, Abrons Arts Center and two of Canada’s most prestigious performing arts colleges: Randolph Academy and Sheridan College. She also was a participant in the Uta Hagen Teacher Training at HB Studio.
As a dancer, Allison has performed at some of the most exciting venues in North America. Favorites include Tap City -the Main Event (Symphony Space), the national tour of Tap/percussion show RhythMatix and performing with Phish on New Year’s Eve at Madison Square Garden.