Cori Irwin is an experienced stage and film actor, dancer and choreographer.

As an actor she has performed in several feature length and short independent films as well as studio productions. She has immersed herself in regional theater working in comedic plays such as Miracle on South Division Street and dramatic plays such as On the Rocks and musicals such as A Chorus Line and Spring Awakening.

Her acting training has brought her to classes taught both locally by teachers such as Lora Lee Ecobelli, David Bunce and Patrick White and to classes in NYC taught by Seth Barrish and Lee Brock.

As a dancer she has performed Hip Hop, Modern, Jazz, Broadway Jazz, Salsa and Casino Rueda. Cori has spent countless hours choreographing both Hip Hop and Broadway Jazz pieces for performance and for teaching to her students.

Cori has spent years studying singing with Mimi O’Neill. She fell in love with voice study during a Linklater voice technique class with Robert Serrell at The Barrow Group. Since then she’s spent time exploring her vocal instrument, observing vocal qualities and, most recently, in accent study.