Alan Robert was born in Reunion Island (French Territory) he started breaking at a young age and decided to move to new York to pursue a career in dance.
Alison Mixon’s (Shaker Heights, Ohio) passion for dance began as a scholarship student at the School of Cleveland San Jose Ballet, School of American Ballet, Chautauqua Institution
Born in New York of Cuban and Jamaican descent, Alycia Perin possesses a strong ballet foundation which began with with Egelvsky Ballet on Long Island.
Angelica Lopez started dancing at the age of three, and by the age of seven, she started training at Broadway Dance Center in their Children and Teens Program and became a part of
Born and raised in Bloomington, Indiana, Ashley Stafford's love for the arts began at a very young age with the Indiana University pre-college ballet and music programs.
Bokyung Park (Bo) is a professional dancer from Seoul, South Korea.
Chelsea Moss is a New York City based singer, actress and dancer.
Christopher Palacio started his dance training in 2002 at Nassau Community College.
Claudia Rahardjanoto was born and raised in Germany, where she studied extensively with Andreas Daenel, Sven Goettlicher and Pascal Hulin.
As a Tap Artist, Doug Shankman has performed with Gregory Hines, Maurice Hines, and Mercedes Ellington in various concert venues and Tap Companies including: Ballet Tap USA and Dan
Emmanuel Brown developed a love for acting and the martial arts at an early age. Fostering a love for the movies led him to want to be an actor.
Erica Ratkovicz is an alumna company member of The Rochester City Ballet. She began her principal training at an early age with The Timothy Draper Center for Dance Education.
Gwen Potter moved to New York City from Indiana with big dreams and an unwavering determination to pursue her dance career.
Michigan native Heather Liposky moved to New York City in 2013 to pursue her career as a versatile performer.
Heidi (Hyung Ji) Yu began her early ballet training in the Vagonova Method in Korea.
J Lyn Thomas is a multifaceted artist with talents in dance, choreography, and teaching.
Jamie Salmon received her professional ballet training as a youth with Dana Kennedy, Melissa Hayden and Paul Meija. She attended the North Carolina School of the Arts for Jr.
Janine Micheletti (also known as J9) is a native New Yorker and street fusion choreographer.
Jessica Epting received her classical ballet training on full scholarship at the Omaha Academy of Ballet under the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD), and the Imperial Society of Teacher
Kate Bennett has been a ballet dancer and now teacher nearly her entire life.
Katie Wilson Stewart is a New York City based dancer, singer, actor, and choreographer.
Kenichi Kasamatsu, or Ken as most call him, is a half Japanese/Malaysian who was raised in Thailand for most of his life.
Most recently Krista Saab filmed an episode of the NBC hit show SMASH with Sean Hayes.
Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, Megan Lininger received her BFA in Dance from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri.
Melodye Redding was born in Heidelberg Germany, and grew up all over the world. One of the things that remained constant in her life was her love for the arts, especially dance!
Michaela McGowan began her dance training at the age of five in Northern Virginia, calling the Loudoun School of Ballet her home away from home.
Selena Hepburn started dancing at the age of seven in Chesterfield, VA where she enjoyed training in a wide variety of styles, competing, and performing at local events.
Sheila Pomroy holds an Associate with the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing.
Stacie Webster has been moving dance students toward higher levels of personal and group achievement for the past 15 years and has been on the dance faculty at Broadway Dance Cente
Vanessa Karali is a Manhattan based artist who is studying the means of communications through movement and creative media.
Yuka Kawazu was born in Kanagawa, Japan.
Yvonne-Marie Sain grew up in New York City and began training at a young age at Dance Theater of Harlem and the School at Steps.