Caitlin Granville is originally from Lawrenceville, Georgia, where her dance training earned her one of 15 spots in Georgia's Governor's Honors Program for Dance. She was awarrded the highest talent scholarship to attend Shenandoah Conservatory's Dance Department.
While in college, Caitlin was honored to perform as a soloist throughout the northeastern United States, as well as internationally in Spain and Ireland with the Shenandoah Touring Ensemble. She was privileged to perform the duet and quartet in the re-staging of Bach Suite and to perform for choreographer Murray Louis. After receiving her BFA in Dance in 2008, she began her professional career with Dissonance Dance Theatre in Washington, DC under artistic soloist for the company, and she was honored to perform at the Prism Awards (2011), the Velocity Dance Festival (2012), and the Intersections Festival (2009-2013). Her performance in Short's solo Caught earned them a feature in Pointe Magazine for Solo of the Month in January 2013.
In 2014, she moved to Norfolk, VA and became a company member and soloist with Todd Rosenlieb Dance and Virginia Ballet Theatre. In her eight years with TRD and VBT, she has had the opportunity to perform with Virginia Arts Festival as the Princess in Stravinsky's A Soldiers Tale (2015), and as a soloist in the restaging of Erik Hawkins' New Moon (2015). In 2017, Caitlin traveled to perform alongside Dance Kaleidoscope in Indianapolis, and she has performed for the Governor and First Lady of Virginia (2019), as well as in multiple events at the Chrysler Museum of Art.