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Founder/director Rosie Lanziero is a working professional artist. She has been involved in the performing arts her entire life, with Broadway, film, commercial, studio session, theater and professional dance credits under her belt. She a graduate of the Harkness Dance Education Laboratory and holds a degree in Arts Education and Clinical Counseling (pending). Rosie’s style of teaching comes directly from her love of life and artistic expression. She has a pure, honest and uninhibited creative energy which cannot help but be passed on to her faculty and

Anna Moskowitz is a 2019 graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University. At Barnard, she studied directing and psychology, and recently worked as an administrative assistant in the President’s Office. In New York City she has worked with Corkscrew Theatre Festival, The Broadway League, and Broadway Teacher’s Workshop. Anna is from Minneapolis, MN, and has assistant directed productions at major regional theaters in the Twin Cities including the Children’s Theatre Company and Theatre Latte Da. She has also worked as an actor and in company development at the

Danita Shaheen is a dancer and choreographer who has always drawn inspiration from a wide variety of artistic mediums.  She was classically trained in Balanchine technique under the direction of former New York City Ballet soloist David Otto and the Capital Ballet Company. Shaheen has done intensive training with the Boston Ballet, River North Dance Company, Burklyn Ballet, Bates Dance Festival, and Parsons Dance. She graduated magna cum laude from Marymount Manhattan College's BFA program and has been performing professionally in New York since 2006. During that

Anna Noble is a freelance dancer, choreographer, teacher, certified Gyrokinesis(R) instructor and performing artist. She has a strong passion for classical ballet, contemporary and commercial styles, as well as a love for acting and theater. In 2016, Anna performed in Warren Carlyle's Tony-award winning musical "After Midnight" by NCL productions as the lead principal female dancer and music videos for artists Alicia Keys and Yahira. Most recently, she danced in Todrick Hall's new video "Low" featuring Ru Paul. In addition, she has done print and immersive work

Lindsay is a high school English teacher and author. She started writing Voice of Innocence while still in college, and it was published in February of 2015. She aims to show the power of love and the beauty of life through her writing while also instilling a true sense of realism. She examines the difficult questions, looks at the tough emotions, and paints the pictures that are sometimes difficult to look at. Lindsay's fiction resonates with readers as realistic, poetic, and powerful. She achieves this through her

Sage Caprice Abowitt is a certified yoga instructor, birth doula, and childbirth educator who specializes in providing training that is adaptive, creative, and joyful. A classically trained dancer, Caprice committed to a yoga practice after sustaining a severe back injury in college. After teaching yoga for more than a decade, she now specializes in prenatal and postnatal yoga and yoga for children. She is a certified doula and Childbirth Educator, and provides education and support to expecting students and their families. Caprice has designed children’s yoga programs for

Ashley Blair Fitzgerald has worked with such Broadway and ballet vets as Gwen Verdon, Nicole Fosse, Josh Bergasse, Gregory Hines, Ben Vereen, Twyla Tharp and Ann Reinking. After attending The Boston Conservatory,  her first  professional job was the National/International tour of Fosse. She continued on to perform in three 1st National Tours including Dirty Dancing, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Twyla Tharp's Come Fly Away, where she starred in and was nominated for a Helen Hayes best actress in a musical award. Her NYC theater credits include Broadway's

Milteri Tucker was born and raised in Puerto Rico. She is the founder and artistic director of BOMBAZO Dance Co., New York’s leading Bomba dance company. Ms. Tucker holds degrees in dance, biology, and chemistry from New York University, as well as a master’s degree in dance education. She has performed and showcased her work at prolific theaters including New York City Center, Alvin Ailey, Pregones Theater, Thalia Spanish Theatre, Castillo Theatre, El Museo del Barrio, and Lehman Center for the Performing Arts. As an educator and

Robert Taylor Jr. is an American entertainer whose goal is to inspire and spread love and peace to people of all ages through music and dance. He was born and raised in Coney Island and developed a love for music and dance as a young child. He went to John Dewey High School and trained under the late John Goring in the styles of Modern, Ballet, Afro Caribbean, and Jazz. During this time, Robert's first Hip-Hop teacher, also a student of John Goring, was Eddie Morales. He

Originally hailing from Texas, John Del Cueto is pretty much a native New Yorker after 25 plus years in the city. Although he started his career on Wall Street, his heart and soul belonged to music and the arts and so he has spent the last decade and a half exploring and  honing his craft working with people from all walks of life, of all ages….through music! Through his work at Middle Collegiate Church as the director of their Gospel Choir he has taken that group on

Nappy G (a.k.a. G-Don) is a Brooklyn-based producer, DJ, and long-time percussionist in NYC's dance club scene. A veteran frontman in his own right, Nappy G has shifted his energies and used his musical expertise to become a respected beatmaker and digital music composer, as well as a video editor/director. As a DJ, Nappy G is known for his unique take on Latin rhythms and Afro-based sounds, flavored and accented by his deep history of Soul, Hip-Hop, and Funk. In 2011, he created a new style of music