Liz has performed for Elisa Monte Dance, Jamal Jackson Dance Company, Spirit Productions, ChristinaNoel & The Creature, Sarah Council Dance Projects, Naomi Goldberg Haas's Dances For a Variable Population, and skybetter and associates, among others. Recent regional credits include WEST SIDE STORY (Consuela) and SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER (Ensemble, u/s Annette). Her own work has been presented in NYC at Joe's Pub through DanceNOW[NYC]'s Dancemopolitan series, 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center's Fridays at Noon program, NYU's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, and Columbia University.
Tyrone Bevans was born and raised in the Bronx. He is a dancer, choreographer, and visual artist. He began his journey in dance while studying at the Mark Morris Dance Group and Martha Graham School for Contemporary Dance. He is currently dancing for Christal Brown’s Inspirit Dance and Joya Powell’s Movement of the people. In the past Tyrone has performed for choreographers and artist such as Vessels, Amalgamate Dance Company, Maya Orchin, Enforced Arch Dance Company, International Affair, Sons of Kick, Neil Schwartz, and Karla Garcia.
Brooklyn-based vocalist, songwriter and producer Nicholas Horner hails from the mountains north of Williamsport, Pennsylvania. His artistic voice can be heard on over 20 recordings and films ranging from folk to rock, jazz, and pop where he has worked on creative teams with some of New York's finest creative talent, including grammy-winning producers/engineers Ron Allaire (Pantera, Keith Richards) and Jon Rosenberg (John Zorn, James Moody). He is also a founder and producer of Porch Stomp, a non-profit dedicated to the advancement of folk music throughout New York City whose summer festival is a frequent feature in Metro NY and Time Out NY. He serves as resident visual artist for Pennsylvania-based jazz label Corner Store Jazz (operated by legendary jazz drummer Phil Haynes). Horner has toured both nationally and internationally with raucous brothers-harmony folk duo "Nick and Luke" and with "The Nick Horner Family", an eclectic ensemble which recently had the honor of performing as the house band for the United Nations' Habitat III Conference in Quito, Ecuador, the first house band in the the conference's 60 year history.
Horner has also previously attended the Banff Centre's Workshop for Jazz and Creative Music headed by Dave Douglas, served as live-in staff at the Interlochen Arts Academy, director for Mansfield University's Youth Gifted Camp, and founder/producer of the New! Live! Now! performance series in Baltimore, MD. He has created music for theatrical work presented at The Abrons Arts Center and La Mama, including Amy Surratt's First and Last Show, heralded as "a dizzy, colorful jamboree of mythic proportions" by the New York Theatre Review. Horner has recorded or performed alongside folk acts such as The Honey Dewdrops and The Sentimentals, jazzers David Liebman, Sheila Jordan and Drew Gress, new/free musicians Sylvie Courvousier & Mark Feldman, Ursella Oppens, Herb Robertson, Walter Thompson, and ETHEL.
Shawn Brush, from Woodbridge, NJ and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BFA in Dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2015. He currently dances for Keith Thompson and has danced for Laura Peterson Choreography, Meagan Woods company, Hillary Pearson, and apprenticed with 10 Hairy Legs. In the summer off 2014 he performed in Donmus Ruya (Frozen Dream), an immersive dance piece set in SantralIstanbul in Istanbul, Turkey. Shawn is also a teaching artist, currently teaching at several public schools in New Jersey.
Rebecca Margolick was born in Vancouver, Canada and is based in Brooklyn, NY. She was a company member of Sidra Bell Dance New York from 2012-2016 and currently dances with Chuck Wilt's UNA Projects. Rebecca is currently freelancing with Patricia Norowol Dance Theater and Maya Orchin. She performed in Jerome Bel’s ‘The Show Must Go On’ at The Joyce Theater in 2016 and has worked with the following artists Lileana Blain-Cruz, Chris Devita, Derrick Belcham, Emily Terndrup, Shay Kuebler, Ashley Robicheaux, Barak Marshall and Aszure Barton among others.