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Meredith Blouin

Meredith Blouin is a freelance performer and choreographer who has most recently produced works under the project alias Madame Spaghetti Arms. Currently Meredith is ecstatic to be also dancing with Tennille Lambert/The Ugly Company and Sarah Dahnke/Round Tuit Dance Project. Prior to settling in New York she completed an internship with Chris Elam at Misnomer Dance Theater and received her BFA in Dance and BA in Creative Writing from Florida State University. Meredith is also referred to as Mere, Mebble, Blue, Bruiser and Happy Butt.

Hyosun Choi

Of Southern California, began her training in ballroom dancing at age 7, winning National and Regional Ballroom Dance Competitions. At age 10 she attended Ko Soo Hee Dance School, performing Korean cultural dancing for six years. In California, she mainly studied at Australian Institute of Dramatic Arts, Beverly Hills Playhouse, and Edge Performing Arts Center. Since moving to New York in 2006, she trained at Atlantic Acting School, Alvin Ailey, Broadway Dance Center and STEPS, worked with I-Danse, LiNK! Dance Company and Vissi Dance Theater, and performed in Off-Broadway shows such as The Shanghai Gesture (Mirror Repertory), Nutcracker: Rated R (Theater of the New City), and Because of Beth (Workshop Theater).
Tzu-Ying Lee

Originally from Taipei, Taiwan. After she graduated from National Taiwan University of the Arts in B.F.A, she has been danced professionally for Taipei Ballet Dance Company and Century Contemporary Dance Company in Taiwan until she moved to New York in 2007. In New York, she performed works by Deborah Jowitt, Susan Marshall, Erica Essner, Laura Peterson, Joshua Monten, Rachael Lincoln, DaNaKa Dance Co., Patricia Noworol Co., and Yin Yue Dance Co.. and keeps continuing to work with James Martin Music/ Dance, Dana Salisbury, Mari Meade Dance Collective and Noa Sagie. In 2009, Tzu-Ying received an M.F.A in Dance from NYU Tisch School of the Arts and also has been honor to become a part of 2009 Bessie Schonberg Choreographers' and Dancers' Residency as a dancer right after school. Tzu-Ying presented her works in NYU Tisch's Second Avenue Dance Company and has been invited to present her choreographyat Nete Holden Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles, 2010 Solar Dance Series and 2010 Dumbo Dance Festival.
Emily Sferra

Began her training under the close direction of Gabriel Chajnick in her hometown of Basking Ridge, NJ. She studied at "The Princeton Ballet School/American Repertory Ballet" during her teenage years, and graduated in 2009 from Skidmore College with a double major in Dance and Business & Management. During her time at Skidmore, Emily was fortunate to be mentored and trained in various Ballet, Modern and Contemporary techniques by Debra Fernandez, Ruben Graciani and Mary Harney. She is currently living in New York City, happily pursuing her careers in both dance and arts administration.

Emily would like to thank her two amazing roommates, friends, family and teachers for their unending support. Without you, I wouldn't be me :)