EMMA PRESSMAN began her professional training at Sarasota Ballet and graduated from The Harid Conservatory. She danced professionally with Texas Ballet Theater, Connecticut Ballet, Verlezza Dance and JKing Dance Company. She has a BFA in Dance from Montclair State University. She has danced in works by Martha Graham, Bill T. Jones, May O’Donnell, José Limón, Antony Tudor, and Larry Keigwin, amongst others. She received the Cento Amici Scholarship in 2014 and 2015 and the Dean’s Scholar/Artist Award for the College of the Arts in 2016. She choreographed Carmina Burana for a collaboration between MSU's Dance Department and the Cali School of Music in 2017. She has been teaching ballet to students ages 3-18 since 2011 and has been an Adjunct Professor at Montclair State University since 2016.
Efrén Sánchez started his acting career at the age of fifteen, and has been involved in more than 50 productions as actor, in 15 as a director and 9 as a playwright. He has been involved in several productions in México, Cuba, Canada, Venezuela, United States, England, Colombia and Spain winning awards for his directing and performing job. He has worked with TodoArt13 Ltd; Aereal Dance, Contact Improv (SPAIN), Tap, Pantomime, Contemporary Dance, Classic Dance, Jazz (MEXICO) View Points, Suzuki, Biomechanics, Devising, Butoh Dance (USA) and recently Cyr Wheel, Trapeze, Vertical Dance -Wall Harness-, Fabric/Sling/Cocoon and Aereal Yoga (ENGLAND) & Levity Aereal Dance Company. In 2017 Efrén moved to NYC to join The Ume Group and the Butoh dance production "Shinka" by Ren Gyo Soh. He has been working with Nicole Colbert Dance/Theatre since 2017.