CURRENT COMPANY DANCERS + COLLABORATORS
CURRENT COMPANY DANCERS | COLLABORATORS
Annie White is an NYC-based dancer and choreographer who began her training at the Pinellas County School for the Arts at Gibbs High School in St. Petersburg, Florida. She continued on as a trainee at the Joffrey Ballet School NYC. Since then, she has performed professionally with Jerome Bel, Rena Butler, Brianna Mercado, Lane CoArts, iKADA Contemporary Dance Company, and more. She also has a bachelors degree in psychology.
Originally from Honolulu, Hawai’i, Richard Sayama graduated early from Marymount Manhattan College with a double major in B.F.A Modern Dance and B.A Business Arts & Management. There he has performed works by Paul Taylor, José Limon, Elizabeth Roxas-Dobrish, Elisabeth Motley, Maria Torres, and many more. Upon graduation, Sayama joined Jon Lehrer Dance Company where he has toured domestically and internationally. He has finished seasons with Alison Cook Beatty Dance, iKADA Contemporary Dance
Emily Aslin (she/her), a Seattle native, began dancing with Ensemble Ballet Theatre and Donald Byrd’s Spectrum Dance Theater. Emily is an Ailey/Fordham BFA graduate, majoring in dance and political science. She has worked with choreographers Jamar Roberts, Cameron McKinney, and Alexander Anderson. Emily has trained at the Donald Byrd Workshop, Ailey Intensive, and Kizuna Dance Intensive among others. Emily apprentices with Buglisi Dance Theater and collaborates on other projects around NYC.
Jonathan Colafrancesco is an Italian dance artist. He has danced works by Enzo Celli, Elisabetta Minutoli, Dario Lupinacci, Roberta Ferrara, Francesco Asselta, Samuel Pott, Vivake Khamsingsavath. Jonathan currently dances for Pony Box Dance Theatre, Xiang Xu dance, LaneCoArts, Tabula Rasa Dance Theatre, Project Tag, Spark Movement Collective, EM dance, and Terre Dance Collective. He is a Peridance Certificate Program graduate and studied with choreographers from Chunky Move and Lucy Guerin inc.
Born in Osaka, Mizuho Kappa started her dance training at the age of three with ballet. She is associate artistic director of Dance Theater Company Project TAG, as well as an artist with Peridance Contemporary Dance Company and Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks, among others. Her self-choreographed solos have been performed at The Shed, Kennedy Center,The Brick, House of Yes, Arts on Site, and many more. Photo Credit: Liz Schneider-Cohen
Dominique Dobransky is an American-Belgian dancer based in NYC. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from The Ailey School/Fordham University with a BFA in Dance and a Creative Writing degree. She dances with Carolyn Dorfman Dance and LaneCoArts, and has performed with Abarukas and Inclined Dance Project. She apprenticed with Didy Veldman’s London-based Humanoove, and performed in a recent Nikos Lagousakos production in Mumbai. She is a teacher/choreographer, and is certified in the Horton Technique.
Robert Rubama (They/Him) is a Brooklyn-based dancer & choreographer. They graduated from George Mason University with a BFA in Dance and is currently pursuing a BA in Social Media Management from Point Park University. He has been able to work with dance companies such as Agora Dance, Haus of Bambi, Groundworks Dance Theater, PrioreDance, Carolyn Dorfman Dance, LaneCoArts, and Orange Grove Dance. They are the Founder & Artistic Director of Terre Dance Collective.
Caleb began professional training In 2014 at The Joffrey Ballet School where he performed works for several notable choreographers such as Nathan Trice, Maleek Washington, Rena Butler, Lane Gifford, and Patrick O'Brien. He recently performed at Battery Dance Festival with Dolly Sfeir, performing excepts from Buya, the company’s full length piece first performed at Judson Church.
Fabricio Seraphin was born in Haiti and raised in South Florida. He began training at The Alexander W Dreyfoos school of arts, where he trained in musical theatre and dance. He graduated Millikin University with a bachelors in Theatre and minors in dance and nutrition. He was previously performing as a dancer in the show “The Devouring” at the Times Square Edition.
GUEST ARTISTS + COLLABORATORS
GUEST ARTISTS | COLLABORATORS