ARTISTS

CHRISTIANA HUNTE is a born and raised Brooklynite. She began her dance training at Creative Outlet Dance Theater of Brooklyn. Thereafter, she continued her education at LaGuardia High School. During her senior year, Christiana joined the National YoungArts Foundation as a Winner in Modern Dance. She was also the recipient of the Desire Keras (Dancer from the Heart) Award. She is a 2018 graduate from SUNY Purchase College, receiving her BFA in Dance; and a minor in Arts Management. She was blessed with the opportunity to perform works by Shamel Pitts, Kevin Wynn, Michelle Ulerich and Manuel Vignoulle. She has traveled to Italy to study with Dance Italia and is a recent alumn of Springboard Danse Montreal. She is currently a company member of Antonio Brown Dance and the former Company Manager for MOVE(NYC). She aspires to travel the world dancing and impacting the lives of the next generation in ways that will change the art of dance.

STEPHEN GALBERTH is an interdisciplinary artist from Washington, D.C. Graduating with a BFA in Dance from Montclair State University, he has toured with Deeply Rooted, Antonio Brown Dance, Earl Mosley, Nathan Trice Rituals, 277 Dance Project, Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company, Melissa Riker, and the Windmill Factory. Stephen's choreography has been presented at Dixon Place, the Martha Graham Studio, Triskelion Arts, SMUSH Gallery, Love is the Message, Orange Dance Festival, In Full Color, and the CHIRP Residency. He’s taught classes at Mark Morris Dance Group, Montclair State University, Arts High, County Prep High School, and several studios in NJ. In 2019 Galberth founded theLAB by Artists of Color, to be part of a more equitable future where artists to share their stories in their own voices. He is currently dancing for Antonio Brown Dance and movement coach for The Public Theater Shakespeare Initiative.

KAYLIN HORGAN is a proud graduate of both Pittsburgh CAPA and Point Park University. She is a founding member of the Pillow Project (Pearlann Porter) and the August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble, (Greer Reed.) She is currently a member of AntonioBrownDance (NYC) and Wylliams Henry Contemporary Dance Company (Kansas City, MO) and has been assisting choreographer Christopher Huggins, nationally and internationally, since 2017. She's worked with choreographers such as Kyle Abraham, Camille A. Brown, Sidra Bell, Darrell Grand Moultrie, Gregory Dawson, Jennifer Archibald, Robert Battle and more, Kaylin’s choreography has been seen at The DUMBO Dance Festival, The Space Upstairs, Deeply Rooted Dance Theater, The Junior Theater Festival (Moana Jr. pilot) The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, One Billion Rising Rally, Wylliams Henry Contemporary Dance Company, Point Park University’s Summer Dance, and with musical artist, Brittney Chantele. She is currently teaching dance at Pittsburgh CAPA, where she loves guiding young artists with the same dream she had at that age.

TASHAE UDO is a recent graduate of Montclair State University where she received her BFA in Dance. She began her dance training as a freshman at BCIT Medford Campus and continued to train at Cooper River Ballet and Earl Mosley’s Institute of Arts throughout her college career. Tashae has been able to teach step dance internationally in Ghana, Iceland, Switzerland and Italy. She has appeared as a guest artist for Dancespora Dance in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Zion Dance Project in Dallas, Texas. Tashae has performed works by Ohad
Naharin, Clifton Brown, Sidra Bell, Chalvar Monteiro, Bill T. Jones, Abby Zbikowski, Christian von Howard, and Fredrick Earl Mosley. As a freelance artist she has had the pleasure to collaborate with multiple NYC based artists, choreographers and teachers.

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