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McCall Atkinson

McCall Atkinson, originally from Minneapolis, has studied various styles of dance for 20 years. She began her formal training at The Minnesota Dance Theater and TU Dance Center. Additionally, McCall has studied at Alvin Ailey, Alonzo King Lines, and Dance Theater of Harlem as a scholarship recipient. She graduated from SUNY Purchase in 2020, with a BFA in dance and a minor in Psychology. During her time at Purchase she had an opportunity to study abroad at the Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts as a ballet major, and perform work en pointe by Kinsun Chan. McCall has also performed "Decadance" by Ohad Naharin, and "The Hard Nut" by Mark Morris as well as works by Sidra Bell, Liz Gerring and Michelle Thompson Ulerich. She is currently rehearsing with Spark Movement Collective and Liz Gerring Dance while she continues to focus on project based work today.

Daniel Morimoto

Daniel Morimoto grew up in Orlando, Florida, immersed within an environment of theme parks, childlike splendor, and a faint sense of magic in the air. He graduated from the University of Florida with a BFA in Dance and a minor in German. Currently, he dances with Spark Movement Collective, The Bang Group, Matthew Westerby Company, and more.


Daniel is also the Artistic Director of Digital Movement Dance. The company’s works focus on the world-building and story-telling aspects of video games, and how these intertwine with the modern dance format of performance.

Emma Andre 

Emma Andre (she/they) is a movement artist from the North Shore of Massachusetts. In 2021 she graduated from Boston Conservatory, earning a BFA in contemporary dance with an emphasis in ballet. While in college they had the pleasure of working with Gabrielle Lamb, Germaul Barnes, Bradley Shelver, and other wonderful artists. Since moving to New York she’s had the pleasure of working with Megan Ahearn (Meagmove), Haley Morgan Miller, Emilee Pratt (Spare Change Dance), and Joyce King Dance Company. Her creative process often involves research through improvisation. Emma also draws, sews, and writes poetry.

Beatriz Castro
(Dancer, Choreographer 'Baby, I'm Drowning')

Beatriz Castro is a movement artist, born and raised in Costa Rica, currently based in New York. She received a BFA in Dance and a BA in Business from Marymount Manhattan College where she performed in works by Earl Mosley, Anthony Morigerato, Chase Brock, Tami Stronach, and Sidra Bell. While at Marymount she presented her choreography at the Dancers At Work platform, as well as the NYU Choreo Seminar and Marymount’s Honors Day Colloquium. Internationally, she has performed self-choreographed work at the Graciela Moreno Choreographers Festival, the longest-running contemporary dance event in Costa Rica. She has also presented work at Arts On Site, Bridge for Dance, Green Space, Triskelion Arts, and Dixon Place. Beatriz has been awarded residencies for the exploration and development of new work through the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, MOtiVE Brooklyn, and Pepatián: Bronx Arts ColLABorative. Additional training includes New Dialect’s Summer and Winter Intensives, Martha Graham School Summer Intensive, Gallim Site Intensive, Revés, and Axis Connect.

Jonathan Colafrancesco
(Dancer, Choreographer 'Baby, I'm Drowning')

Jonathan Colafrancesco Jonathan Colafrancesco is an Italian dance artist currently based in New York. He has danced in productions of Italian and international choreographers like Enzo Celli, Elisabetta Minutoli, Dario Lupinacci, Roberta Ferrara, Francesco Asselta, Samuel Pott, Vivake Khamsingsavath. Jonathan is currently a dancer for Pony Box DanceTheatre, Xiang Xu dance, LaneCoArts, Tabula Rasa Dance Theatre, Project Tag, Spark Movement Collective, EM dance, and Terre Dance Collective. He graduated from the Certificate Program at Peridance in NYC. He moved to Melbourne, Australia in 2017 to study with contemporary choreographers from companies such as Chunky Move and Lucy Guerin inc. He has also danced in works by Roya Carrera, Caleb Teicher, Assaf Salhov, Igal Perry, Isabele Rosso, Tsai-Hsi Hung and Norbert De La Cruz. He's a co-founder of KROMA mvnt in NY. His choreography has been presented at Peridance Certificate Program's showcase (KNJ theatre), Kodafe 2021, Mark De Garmo festival, 7MPR and Current Showcase Take.7. He has recently been commissioned for choreographing on Terre Dance Collective and Spark Movement Collective's dancers.

Shannon Harkins

Shannon Harkins began her dance training at The Washington School of Ballet. She has performed at The John F. Kennedy Center in Septime Webre’s world premieres of The Great Gatsby and Alice (in Wonderland). She trained at Walnut Hill School for the Arts and has attended summer programs at Ballet Austin, Charlotte Ballet, LINES Ballet, and Arts Umbrella in Vancouver. Shannon recently graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Conservatory of Dance at Purchase College, SUNY, where she performed works by Norbert de la Cruz III, Hannah Garner, and Maurya Kerr. Her own choreography was featured in the Young Voices in Dance program at Battery Dance Festival in 2022. She strives to create work that combines aspects of classical technique with added nuances, theatrics, and humor. 

Caleb Patterson

​​Caleb Patterson is a dance artist based in New York City. He has performed works by several notable choreographers such as Nathan Trice, Rena Butler and Patrick O’Brien during his education at The Joffrey Ballet School in 2014. Alongside being seen in HBO’s Random Acts Of Flyness led by Domani Pompey, he has worked with artists Maleek Washington, Emily Greenwell, Kayla Farrish and more. He has performed works by MATHETA dance, LaneCoArts, Spark Movement Collective, Kar’mel Small, Javi Padilla and Dolly Sfeir. Caleb collaborates closely with artists Michelle Thompson Ulerich and Johnny Butler, and has presented his own work at Arts On Site, TADA! Youth Theater, Bridge For Dance and other selected commissions. He has performed in Battery Dance Festival, MATHETA’s Speak Through Movement at Judson Church, Palm Desert Choreography Festival, Mare Nostrum Element’s Emerging Choreographer Series, Dance Gallery Festival, CUNY Dance Initiative and others. Caleb is currently working with Beatriz Castro for Triskelion Art’s upcoming Split Bill program.

Jen Silver

Jen Silver, born and raised in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, received her Master's Degree in Dance Education from the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University. Prior to this, she graduated Summa Cum Laude with her B.F.A. in Dance Performance from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. Professionally, Jen has danced with Spark Movement Collective, Arsenal Movement Dance Project, Marked Dance Project, eSKay Arts Collective, Humanistics Dance Company, Kaley Pruitt Dance, and Erin Pryor Dance Theatre.


Jen enjoys sharing her passion for dance and movement with students of all ages! She is an ABT® Certified Teacher (Pre-Primary-Level 3) as well as a certified Pilates, Barre, and group fitness instructor. She currently teaches dance and fitness at several studios in the NJ/NYC area.

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