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Savannah Spratt (Apprentice), born and raised in Rochester, Pennsylvania, began


dancing at age three before attending the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Constitution
Faculty to review dance alongside high school teachers. Jesse has performed with
Diversity of Dance Inc., the Kate Weare Company dancing, DaretoCreate Dance
Theatre, Zest Collective, and is currently an organization member with the Lar
Lubovitch Dance Company (2015-present), Buglisi Dance Theatre (2016-current).
Since graduating in 2013, David has been a member of Prometheus Dance, The
Folks Movers, and The Anna Sokolow Theatre Dance Ensemble.
Alex McBride (Apprentice) is originally from Lafayette, Louisiana where he began his
early dance training at Lafayette Ballet Theater. Moreover, Alex has skilled at the
San Francisco Conservatory of Dance and River North Dance Company in Chicago.
Bradley Beakes was born in Glendora, California and commenced his formal dance
coaching on the age of fifteen. Whereas in California, Bradley danced with BARE
Dance Company and Visions Dance Theatre, where on the latter he was named the
2010 Lester Horton Award Winner for Excellent Male Efficiency.
Projects completed below Tomas' design management embody: the new
headquarters for the WGBH Public Broadcasting Station in Boston, the third
constructing for Syracuse College's Newhouse Faculty of Public Communications,
the renovation and growth of the Peter Norton Symphony Area, the renovation of
the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Middle, and the
Eastern Parkway Entry Pavilion for the Brooklyn Botanic Backyard.
Leon also acquired training at Southern Dance Theater, under the Path of Penny
Greenly and Julie Bravta. Leon has also acquired dance training from Tracy Mozingo,
a graduate of UNCSA, Anne Polajenko, Lori Morales, Stacy Marzullo, Tosha Robinson,
and Sandra Goodnough. He was then accepted to New World Faculty of the Arts/
College of Florida - Dance Division. Upon graduating New World College of the
Arts he performed and toured with the Martha Graham Dance Company.
In 2010, he attended the Ailey College, and shortly thereafter danced with NYC
primarily based corporations Challenge forty four and Naganuma Dance. In 2011,
Bradley moved to Salt Lake Metropolis, UT to carry out and educate with RirieWoodbury Dance Firm until 2016. Bradley's choreography has been presented in
venues across California and Utah, together with The Great Salt Lake Fringe
Competition, The Utah Art Festival, American School Dance Affiliation, Palm Desert
Choreography Competition, and Ririe-Woodbury Dance Firm's Momentum'. He
started his dance training at the age of 17 at Boynton Beach Neighborhood High
Faculty, under the Path of Elizabeth Gonzales.