"Mr. Bugh, head shaven, almost always dances with an innocently happy smile but without looking the audience in the eye; the more youthful Mr. Teicher, with dark hair (and one white streak), is skillful and sly in the communicative use of his eyes and hands. The slyness never annoys; nothing here is over calculated." - Alastair Macaulay, The New York Times

"Saucy, sexy Meet Ella leaves us with stardust--a great performance and an instant classic." - Eva Yaa Asantewaa, Infinite Body

"I like seeing this mostly unshowy, smart-guys-having-a-good-time way of presenting jazz dancing. Of course, they [Nathan Bugh and Caleb Teicher] want us to love and admire their skills (and we do) but they don't urge that on us." - Deborah Jowitt, ArtsJournal

"Caleb Teicher has been making noise as a tap dancer for years. In 2011, he won a Bessie Award for Outstanding Individual Performance for his work with Michelle Dorrance and Dormeshia Aumbry-Edwards, and in 2012, we named him one of our "25 to Watch." Although his career as a choreographer is only just beginning, he already has a base of loyal fans who can't get enough of his clever, feel-good storytelling and intricately layered rhythms. And it's no wonder his work has captured so many -- from tackling gender issues through tap to blending musical theater and hip hop, there's practically nothing Teicher is afraid to try." - Dance Magazine, December 2016

"Once, Caleb Teicher takes center stage for the witty, hammy Song and Dance as he hums Mozart’s Rondo Alla Turka." - Erin Bomboy, Dance-Enthusiast.com

"Mixing super-charged energy with tossed-off charm, Teicher is among the more promising figures in tap dance. His choreography shows potential, too. In "Variations", he's joined by talented colleagues, whose attempts to keep up with Glenn Gould's 1955 recording of Bach's "Goldberg Variations" are amusing and impressive." - The New Yorker

"And isn't it time to give Caleb Teicher his own evening? In three excerpts from his 'Variations,' interspersed throughout the night, he paired his facile, flowing style to Glenn Gould's recordings of Bach's 'Goldberg Variations.' Sharing the stage with Brittany DeStefano and Gabe Winns, Mr. Teicher juxtaposed barely there brushes with frenetic taps as his body -- twisting and dipping -- pulled toward and away from the Gould. These days, a choreographer with a new angle on Bach is startling: Mr. Teicher has a will and a way." - Gia Kourlas, NYTimes.com

"Teicher, along with colleagues Elizabeth Burke and Gabe Winns, executes stark lines, delicate expressiveness and fiery speed with equal care. He looks poised to follow the acclaimed Michelle Dorrance into wider recognition as a striking performer and inquisitive dancemaker." - Eva Yaa Asantewaa, Infinite Body

"Mr. Teicher, already an acclaimed dancer, revealed a choreographic talent. In geek-chic glasses, he began alone, kicking, swiveling and firing off sporadic bursts of whispered taps, as if practicing mentally, as Gould often did. What followed was sometimes perplexing but generally captivating in its close imitation of Bach. The way Mr. Teicher, Elizabeth Burke and Gabe Winns passed a fugal phrase down the line was fun, as was their frantic flapping to match Gould's speed and how they danced hard against the music's quiet." - Brian Seibert, The New York Times

"...a performance by the charismatically dorky Caleb Teicher..." - The New Yorker  

"Watching the crisp, incisive choreography of Caleb Teicher, you will want to see entire bodies, from head to toe. Lots going on there. But the feet, in particular... the feet! You must observe how the feet-- scrupulous, sensitive, clear-- reveal every impulse and inflection and variation of the music--in this case, the singularity of Glenn Gould playing Bach's 'Goldberg Variations.'" - Eva Yaa Asantewaa, Infinite Body

"For his astounding expressiveness, natural charm, and unforced theatricality, and for magically channeling Fred Astaire in his utterly relaxed but beautifully integrated tap dancing in Body Madness: A Shared Evening by Michelle Dorrance and Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards at Danspace Project, A 2011 New York Dance and Performance Award for Outstanding Individual Performance goes to Caleb Teicher." - 2011 Bessie Awards

"But tap dance he does, with a gyroscopic ease and panache that belie his 18 years, evoking his inspiration Gene Kelly, whom he cites along with teacher/mentor David Rider." - Susan Yung, Dance Magazine

“[Caleb Teicher is] A sleek dancer who possesses a beguiling combination of a relaxed upper body with switchblade feet…” – Gia Kourlas, NY Times

"And there will be a new trio of pieces commissioned from Caleb Teicher, a young choreographer Yonally credits with devising 'a mini masterpiece of rhythm, swinging and concept, set to Vince Guaraldi's music 'Skating.''" - Chicago Sun Times

"It was awesome to see that high energy carry into the choreography--especially in the musical theater pieces ... Caleb Teicher's A Little Moonlight didn't skip a beat. So much fun." - Maggie McNamara, Dance Spirit Magazine

"Another highlight was the unflappable Caleb Teicher, who scraped his toes through sand in "I Wanna Be A Dancin' Man," choreographed by Robert Alton and Fred Astaire." - Gia Kourlas, NY Times

"In Mr. Tao's 'leaves,' the tap dancer Caleb Teicher lent pattering footwork to a genial mix of classical rigor and electro-pop hooks." - Steve Smith, NY Times

"Caleb possesses rare grace and style that, when coupled with speedy and impressive footwork, makes him one of the tap world's leading young artists." - Jacob's Pillow 2011 Festival Program

"It is astounding to watch twelve people tap in perfect unison, especially when among their ranks are artists as exciting as Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, Nicholas Van Young, and Caleb Teicher, who possesses a lightness in the upper body that is truly a marvel." - Anna Rogovoy, DancePulp

"With his calm and collected cool, Caleb Teicher is 'suave with a groove' incarnate..." - Michele Kadison, ArtsAmerica.org

“Caleb Teicher has the fire, the feet, and the insouciance.” – L.J. Sunshine, Brooklyn Rail

“…what grace, what ease, what potential stardom…” – Eva Yaa Asantewaa, InfiniteBody

Featured in Dance Spirit's article, "Leap of Faith: Leaving Your Comfort Zone for Summer Study"

“By age 13, a dancer is already suavely self-aware, witness Caleb Teicher moving blithely through his quick-footed solo “Monk” and linking phrases effortlessly.  The transitions demonstrated his authority even more than spiffy turns or dropping into a split.” – Robert Johnson, NJ Star-Ledger