Kelsey Rohr

Kelsey Rohr (Assistant Artistic Director) started studying dance at Richmond Ballet through their public outreach program. She later graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas with a BFA in Dance and minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. She went on to dance with Joshua L. Peugh’s Dark Circles Contemporary Dance and then worked in Geneva, […]

Philip Baraoidan

Native of Arlington County, Va, is alumni of Virginia Commonwealth University. Performance Credits include Company E, Priore Dance, Sinclair Dance, and Clancyworks. Performance venue highlights include The Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, Ed Mervish Theater (Canada), The Ballet Theater of Astana (Kazakhstan) and Richmond Dance Festival. He has performed in works by Robert Priore, Scott […]

Ryan Carlough

Ryan Carlough is a native of North Potomac, Maryland. Mr. Carlough began his dance training with CityDance where he had the opportunity to work closely with and perform works by the Gallim and Koresh Dance Company, as well as original choreographies by William Smith, Maleek Washington, and Robert J. Priore. He graduated from SUNY Purchase with […]

Michala Conroy

Michala Conroy first started out as a competitive gymnast before studying dance at Pittsburgh CAPA. Michala joined the pre-professional company, Reed Dance II, in Pittsburgh, PA where she worked with Greer Reed, Antonio Brown, and Daniel Karasik. She received a scholarship to George Mason University (GMU) where she pursued her B.F.A. in Dance with a […]

Domenique Ross

Domenique Ross is a graduate of Howard University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Arts. During her time at Howard, she has performed at the International Association of Blacks in Dance Conference, interned at the Washington Ballet, and served as Vice President for the Fine Arts Council. She has had professional experience dancing […]

Jameel Salahuddin

Alabama born and Texas raised, Jameel started dancing at the late tender age of 30. Although he considered himself a dancer all his life, his first technique class would take place in DC at Joy of Motion. Beginning with hip hop and Jazz, he would cross paths with Neil Whitehead who trained him in the […]

Amy Scaringe

She graduated with a BFA from Towson University in 2008. Since then she has had the pleasure if working with Misako Ballet Company, Dissonance Dance Theatre, Wayles Haynes, alight dance theatre, as well as Jane Franklin Dance. She also is currently practicing bikram yoga and taking class at Maryland Youth Ballet. Hidden Talent

Kevin White

He began dancing at age 14 at the Putney Summer Arts Program and trained at the Dance Institute of Washington throughout high school. He is trained in various dance styles including ballet, modern, jazz, hip hop and West African. Kevin studied modern dance as a minor at Kent State University, where he also led Legacy […]

Shruti Carr

Whimsical, fluid, and creative, Shruti’s cross-cultural movement style has developed over three decades. Her formal training includes Kathak, one of many classical Indian dance forms, college coursework in contemporary/modern and dance composition, and a dash of Afro-Caribbean from her time in the Peace Corps.

Emily Crews

She has been a professional dancer, choreographer, and dance educator since 1991 when she moved to the DC area after graduating from the College of William and Mary. Since the fall of 2000, she has been exploring her tap dance roots as a member of Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble. In addition, Emily served as the […]