Zachary Fine

Acting credits include: Broadway: China Doll with Al Pacino. Off-Broadway; credits include The Acting Company, Red Bull Theater, Theater for a New Audience, New York Classical Theater. Regionally, credits include work at the Guthrie Theater, Folger Theater, Playmakers Rep, Asolo Rep, Fulton Theater, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Great River Shakespeare Festival, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Franklin… Read more »

Juliane Godfrey

Juliane Godfrey is a Broadway performer, arts educator, and creator who strives to make art with heart. A Bay Area native, she graduated from UCLA’s Ray Bolger Musical Theater program and has since performed on Broadway, in national tours, and in regional theaters nationwide. Credits include: Broadway- SpongeBob Squarepants the Musical (Dance Captain, Swing). 1st… Read more »

Nina Goldman

Nina recently returned from assisting Arthur Pita at the Paris Opera Ballet for the world premiere of Iolanta / Casse Noisette. In the summer of 2015, she originated the role of the Polish Mother in The Garsington Opera’s Death in Venice. She performed in Susan Stroman’s world premiere of The Little Dancer at The Kennedy… Read more »

Deidre Goodwin

Deidre Goodwin has been in eight Broadway shows including A Chorus Line (Shelia Bryant) and Chicago (Velma Kelly) and Nine (Our Lady of the Spa), the films Chicago (SAG 2003 Best Ensemble Award), Across the Universe, It’s Complicated, Magic Mike XXL, Every Little Step, and has made TV appearances on Madam Secretary, Search Party, Broad… Read more »

Erika Henningsen

Broadway: Flying Over Sunset, Mean Girls, Les Misérables Off-Broadway/Theater: Beth in Signature Theatre’s world premiere of Kathleen Marshall/Sheryl Crow’ musical Diner; featured opposite Tyne Daly in York Theatre Company’s staging of Jerry Herman’s Dear World; Kim Ravenal in PBS’ Live from Lincoln Center: Show Boat; Nellie Forbush in South Pacific and Sophie in Mamma Mia!… Read more »

Curtis Holland

Curtis Holland was born and raised in Miami-Dade County, FL. As early as he can remember, Holland grew up dancing under the instruction of his parents at the Edwin Holland School of Dance. In 2013, Holland competed on Season 10 of So You Think You Can Dance, making it to the Top 14 and touring… Read more »

Stephanie Hsu

Stephanie originated the role of Christine in Be More Chill at Two River, the show’s Off-Broadway run, and the Broadway production. Prior to that, she made her Broadway debut as Karen The Computer in the Tony Award nominated SpongeBob SquarePants The Musical. Film/TV: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Path seasons 1-3, Femme, Set It Up,… Read more »

Ayo Jackson

New York-based multidisciplinary artist Ayo Jackson (b. 1978) has extensive experience in dance and maintains a body-based visual practice. Originally from North Carolina, Jackson graduated with her BFA in Dance from UNC School of the Arts. A Princess Grace award winner, Jackson established her artistic career with The Bill T. Jones/ Arnie Zane Dance Company,… Read more »

Lynzy Lab

In 2018, Lynzy’s home video recording of her original song “A Scary Time (for Boys)” went viral with more than a hundred million views on YouTube and other platforms, landing her several public speaking and performance opportunities, including Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The MAKERS Women Conference, the Orange County Women’s March, the TEDxWomen conference in Lausanne,… Read more »

Mary Ann Lamb

Mary Ann Lamb was the assistant choreographer for Susan Misner and assistant choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler on the hit FX television series Fosse/Verdon. She also coached dance for the stars Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams. She is currently choreographing Mamma Mia directed by Terrence Mann at Connecticut Repertory Theatre. Last season, she choreographed the show Disaster… Read more »