Aundrea Anderson, Brooklyn NY

Emily Pietruszka, Brooklyn NY

Samantha Scovel, Boulder CO 

Madison Plummer, Boulder CO

Bethany Logan, Brooklyn NY 

Attiya Fortune, Boulder CO 

Vivian Kim, Boulder CO

Alex Tomassien, Boulder CO

Makenna Drake, Boulder CO 

Taylor King, Boulder CO

Alberta Shulman, Denver CO 

Samm Wesler (MFA), Boulder CO

Sophia Phillips, Boulder CO

Gabrielle Whitcomb, Boulder CO  

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Satchel Spencer is a video maker, web programmer, and photographer. Spencer's programming work has been shown in collaboration with performance at Juilliard, the New School, Denver Museum of Contemporary Art, On the Boards, New York Live Arts, Invisible Dog Art Center, and more. Spencer has collaborated closely with dance artists Michelle Ellsworth and Zoe Scofield (zoe|juniper) collaborating and programming software on works such as Phone Homer (2012), Choreography Generator (2015), and Ellsworth's most recent work, The Rehearsal Artist (2016).

Kaitlyn Lawrence was born in Chicago, Illinois but considers Denver her home. She began dancing at age 3 and has since studied many dance forms such as tap, modern, contemporary, ballet, jazz, hip hop, and West African dance. Kaitlyn holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance with an emphasis in choreography and is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience from the University of Colorado Boulder. At CU Boulder, she had the privilege of taking class from nationally recognized artists such as Michelle Ellsworth, Erika Randall, Helanius J. Wilkins, and Gesel Mason. Kaitlyn attended the American College Dance Association Northwest Regional Conference three times throughout her college career and had the opportunity to present her choreography in the Informal Showing at the 2017 conference in Eugene, Oregon. In addition to performing, Kaitlyn worked on the Dance Production Staff for four years at CU as a stage manager and lighting designer. She has stage managed for several different events around the country, including for Rennie Harris’ production of Beautiful Human Lies and as the resident stage manager for the 2018 Northwest Regional Conference of ACDA in Boulder, Colorado. Kaitlyn currently teaches at two studios in the Denver area, promoting embodied cognition and healthy knowledge of dance history and technique.

Ian McMorran is a Colorado native nearing the end of his undergraduate career at the University of Colorado Boulder. Pursuing a BFA in Theatre Design and Technology, he is focused on lighting design in areas of theatre, dance, live music, and other experiential forms. His work in Boulder, Colorado and at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival has given him the opportunity to collaborate, observe, and support the artistry of many well-known and up-and-coming artists. Ian is also a photographer whose work focuses on performance, portraiture, product photography, sports, and landscape. His other interests include fencing and traveling. Ian is currently working and designing with the University of Colorado as well as the Colorado Shakespeare Festival and is excited for what new and intriguing opportunities the future holds.