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Katie McCann. Photo by August Tye
Photo by August Tye
Katie is a Chicago-based performer, teacher, and director. Before moving to Chicago in 2004, she was a company member with Kentucky Ballet Theatre in Lexington, KY where she performed principal and soloist roles in Giselle, Paquita, Dracula, The Nutcracker, and various repertory pieces. In Chicago, she has performed as a freelance dancer in works by choreographers Peter Carpenter, Autumn Eckman, Emily Stein, and August Tye, among others.
     Katie has taught ballet technique, pointe, and repertory classes to all ages and ability levels for over fifteen years. She has taught company class for several professional companies in Chicago and is currently the ballet mistress for Nomi Dance Company. Her students have gone on to prestigious college dance programs and professional careers in the ballet, contemporary, and commercial dance industries.    
     She founded Dance in the Parks in 2009 as a way to expand the vibrant Chicago dance community into neighborhoods throughout the city. Combining some of the city's best cultural assets - our huge park system, diverse dance community, and gorgeous (though unpredictable) summer weather - the company has reached nearly 8,000 audience members via performances in 33 parks in 29 neighborhoods.
Katy Fedrigon

Photo: Cheryl Mann

Katy Fedrigon is a native of Carol Stream, Illinois, where she began her dance training at the age of three. Her extensive training began at Expression Dance Academy under the direction of Susan Ross-Shike. She took advantage of the Chicago dance scene by competing in dance competitions, participating in conventions and master classes, and performing works by Chicago choreographers. Katy continued to grow as a dancer at Dance Motions Dance Studio and performed with the Motions Dance Company, under the direction of Kristin Hild and Sinead Gildea. Katy spent a summer on scholarship at the Lou Conte Dance Studio, and had the chance to take class from and alongside Hubbard Street Dance Company directors and members. 
     Katy graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance from The University of Arizona. While at the UofA, Katy was given the opportunity to perform pieces by Martha Graham, Mia Michaels and alongside Liz Calaway. She had the privilege to work with a notable faculty, which included: James Clouser, Amy Ernst, Jory Hancock, Melissa Lowe, Doug Nielsen, Susan Quinn Williams, Michael Williams and Sam Watson. 
     Immediately following graduation, Katy moved back to Chicago and was a company member of Inaside Chicago Dance for four seasons where she was able to work with world renowned choreographers Harrison McEldowney, Eddy Ocampo, Autumn Eckman and directors Richard Smith and Robert Mckee. Katy has also performed professionally with Thodos New Dances, Wake Up! Waltz, and The Prince Experience at the House of Blues. She is presently a company member with Nomi Dance Company. This is Katy’s second season performing with Dance in the Parks and first season as rehearsal director.

Peter Carpenter
Photo by Katie Graves
PETER CARPENTER - This is What Cooperation Could Look LIke
Peter is an arts educator, performing artist, and administrator who finds opportunities for interdisciplinary exchange across lines of artistry and scholarship. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Theatre from Northwestern University (1992), and a Master of Fine Arts in Dance (2003) and Ph.D. in Culture and Performance from University of California Los Angeles (2013).  He currently serves as the Chair of Dance and Interim Chair of Theatre at Columbia College Chicago, where he has been on faculty since 2005. He regularly teaches a combination of choreography and dance studies courses and encourages his students to find connections between their own appetite for movement and the socio-political forces that shape their lives.
Carpenter has been active as a choreographer since 1992 and during that time he has honed a distinctive approach to blending complex dance vocabularies with politically charged text and meta-theatrical conventions.  He has received robust support for the creation of new works in the form of commissions by Lucky Plush Productions, The Dance Distribution Project (Memphis), The Ashland Art Museum (Chapel Hill, NC), Robin Lakes/ROUGHDANCE, Project|Motion (Memphis), and SPDW Dance Theatre.  Grants to create new work include the Illinois Arts Council Fellowship, the Chicago Dancemakers Forum Lab Artist Grant, Chicago Artists Assistance Program Grant and DCASE Individual Artist Grant. Honors include a Joseph Jefferson Citation, a Ruth Page Award, and two nominations for the Alpert Award in Dance.  His work as a choreographer for theatre include engagements with Steppenwolf Arts Exchange, The Goodman, Strawdog, National Pastime, Roadworks, 29th Street Repertory (New York), and Street Signs.  He regularly teaches as a guest artist in college dance and theatre programs nationwide.
Joshua Blake Carter
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Originally from Atlanta, GA, Joshua joined Giordano Dance Chicago in 2009 as a member of Giordano II. He then danced for seven seasons with the GDC main company where he had the opportunity to work with a multitude of artists while touring nationally and abroad. Since 2013, Joshua has been the Director of Giordano II and was recently named Operations Manager for GDC. 
     Joshua earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance from the University of Arizona, where he began to find his choreographic voice. In 2009, he was selected as the winner of Wonderbound's (formerly Ballet Nouveau Colorado) national choreography competition, dancemakers2.0, and in the spring of 2013 he was one of six winners commissioned to create a new work for DanceWorks Chicago's DanceMoves choreography competition. Later in 2013, Joshua was awarded the Producers' Panel Prize by the Ruth Page Foundation for his work, Ripen, as part of Dance Chance: Redux 5.0. His works for Giordano Dance Chicago and Giordano II have been called “most entertaining” by Hedy Weiss (WTTW), and “fresh and cohesive… honest and genuine” by HalfStack Magazine.  Other commissions include Missouri Contemporary Ballet, Nomi Dance Company, Visceral Dance Chicago, Artifact Dance Project and Glendale Community College (Artist in Residence 2012), as well as an original work for Embarq with artists from The Joffrey Ballet. Additionally, Joshua  created the finale for the 2016 event Sing! featuring Elton John. As a dance educator, Joshua travels throughout the country and is on faculty at several Chicago dance institutions.

Paige Caldarella
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PAIGE CALDARELLA (MFA University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) received her B.F.A. from the Juilliard School and immediately went on to dance with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, touring throughout Europe, Australia and the United States. She has been fortunate to stage the work of Merce Cunningham on collegiate dance programs such as Beloit College and the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago. She has presented her work at Chicago's Cultural Center, the Krannert Center, Cincinnati’s Jarson-Kaplan theater, Links Hall, and Summer Stages Dance in Concord, Massachusetts. She has performed with The Seldoms, Colleen Halloran Performance Group, Same Planet, Linda Lehovec, Darrell Jones, Sara Hook, Cynthia Oliver, Timothy Buckley and Onye Ozuzu among others. Currently, Caldarella is an Associate Professor in Dance at Columbia College Chicago. Her commitment to innovative ballet and contemporary dance pedagogy was acknowledged and rewarded with a 2015 Teaching Excellence award.
Rebecca Lemme
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REBECCA LEMME is a choreographer, performer, educator, and visual artist. Originally from Chicago, after performing and choreographing in the area for nearly 10 years she moved to California where she founded the LA-based performance group Acts of Matter. Rebecca has been commissioned and presented by LA Contemporary Dance Company, Heidi Duckler Dance Theater, Santa Barbara Dance Theater, Los Angeles Theater Center, River North Dance Chicago, Thodos' New Dances, California Institute of the Arts, Loyola Marymount University, Columbia College Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, Grand Valley State University, The Harvest Chicago Contemporary Dance Festival, SHIFT | Dance Festival, and was a finalist chosen to present choreography for The A.W.A.R.D. Show! 2010: Chicago. Additionally, she has toured nationally with contemporary repertory companies Luna Negra Dance Theater, River North Dance Chicago, and Hedwig Dances. She teaches extensively in contemporary, ballet, and jazz technique for which she has created a unique movement style that encourages investigation, problem solving, and versatility. Currently an Assistant Professor at California State University, Long Beach and formerly a full-time faculty member at CalArts, she has additionally been on faculty at Columbia College Chicago, Roosevelt University, Hubbard Street’s Lou Conte Dance Studio, Visceral Dance Center, and Joffrey Ballet Chicago. Rebecca holds a BA in English and Theater from Princeton University and an MFA in Choreography from California Institute of the Arts.
LIzzie MacKenzie
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Originally from Oakville, Ontario, Lizzie MacKenzie is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and is the founder and director of Extensions Dance Company and Extensions Dance Center in Chicago, Illinois. She is on faculty at the Hubbard Street Dance Center and the Chicago Public School for the Arts. 
    Lizzie's professional, performance credits include 6 years with River North Dance Chicago following 5 years with Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago where she enjoyed touring and sharing the works of many great choreographers with audiences around the world. In August of 2002, she was featured on the cover of DANCE magazine. She has attended Springboard Danse Montreal where she studied under Alexandra Wells, Amy Shullman, Andrea Miller, Margi Gillis, and Laurence Lemieux. She has worked with some of the biggest names in contemporary dance including Mia Michaels, Liz Imperio, Randy Duncan, Ron De Jesus, Davis Robertson, Tony Powell, Frank Chaves, Lauri Stallings, Kevin Iega Jeff, Harrison McEldowney, Sidra Bell and Robert Battle. In addition to her time touring with concert dance companies, she is a member of AGMA, has enjoyed 15 years dancing in Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Welcome Yule!, and has made appearances with Lehrer Dance, LEVELdance, Chicago Repertory Ballet, and Ron De Jesus Dance.  Most recently, Lizzie appeared as Victoria (The White Cat) in the Paramount Theater’s production of CATS directed by Shawn Stengel and choreographed by Harrison McEldowney. Additional musical theater credits include assistant to the choreographer for Drury Lane Oakbrook’s production of West Side Story. 
     Lizzie's choreography can be seen on various professional companies, collegiate dance programs, and youth dance companies. She has received countless choreography awards including the “New Voice” honor from Dance Chicago in 2006 and “Choreographer of the Year” from Dance Chicago and the Cliff Dwellers Foundation in 2007. Her choreography has been recognized and awarded by various competitive organizations including Youth America Grand Prix, the A.W.A.R.D show, New York City Dance Alliance, American Dance Awards, International Dance Challenge, Headliners, Hall of Fame Dance Challenge, Showbiz Dance Competition, and Co. Dance among others. 
    Lizzie has taught all over the world with various organizations including the Jazz Dance World Congress. Her jazz class was listed in Dance Spirit Magazine as one of the top 3 dance classes to take in Chicago. Her students have gone on to various professional careers in dance including collegiate dance programs such as The Juilliard School, Ailey Fordham BFA, New York University, Boston Conservatory, University of Arizona and Point Park University.

Thomas Mattingly
Photo by Cheryl Mann
Originally from the California desert, Tom is a 2005 graduate of Virginia School of the Arts. He began his performance career with the Richmond Ballet before joining Ballet West in 2008. Tom quickly rose through the company ranks becoming a principal dancer in 2013. In 2014, Tom relocated to Chicago to join Visceral Dance Chicago. After 2 years of immersing himself in the Chicago dance scene, he joined the first national tour of An American in Paris, the four time Tony Award winning musical directed & choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon. Now back in Chicago, Tom is focusing on the development of his choreographic career. To date, he has created world premieres for Dance in the Parks, Ballet West, Ballet West II, Richmond Ballet, Utah Arts Festival, Charlottesville Ballet, Elite Choreographic Initiative, Arova Contemporary Ballet, Beijing Ballet Invitational, World Ballet Competition, and Youth America Grand Prix. He is honored to be a part of Dance in the Parks 10th anniversary season.
Mariana Oliveira

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Originally from Brazil, Mariana studied at the Royal Academy of Dance in London, and was a trainee dancer at the National Dance Company of Wales. At the age of 19, she was invited to perform with the Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami. In 2009, she founded The Union Project Dance Company.
     She has been commissioned to create new works for the Richmond Ballet, Kansas City Ballet, New York City Ballet Choreographic Institute, Milwaukee Ballet, Joffrey Ballet Academy, National Choreographers Initiative, Ballet Arkansas, and A&A Ballet. Mariana is a recipient of the NYU Center for Ballet and the Arts Fellowship, as well the Kansas City University Choreographic Fellowship. Her works have also been presented at the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, and for 2 consecutive years she has been a finalist of the McCallum Theatre Choreography Festival. Mariana was a guest teacher at the Bolshoi Ballet School in Brazil.

I Lie is based on the following poem by Joseph Rolnik
I lie in bed and turn out the light my beloved will come today 
The trains come twice a day 
One comes at night I hear them 
Yes, he is near 
The night has many hours each one sadder than the next 
Only one is happy when my beloved comes 
Someone comes, someone knocks 
Someone calls my name 
I run out barefoot 
Yes, he has come.
Michel Rodriguez Cintra

Michel is a Cuban-born dancer, teacher and choreographer. He graduated from Escuela Nacional de Arte (National School of Arts) in Havana Cuba and was chosen to join Danza Contemporanea de Cuba where he became Principal Dancer and toured internationally. He has premiered works by choreographers Jan Linkens, Cathy Marston, Rafael Bonachela, Luca Bruni and George Cespedes.
After moving to Chicago in 2008, Michel joined Hedwig Dances where he performed works by Susan Marshall and Andrea Miller in addition to choreographing his own works on the company. In 2013, Michel became an ensemble member with Lucky Plush Productions and is a founding performer/choreographer of The Cambrians where he has performed The Nexus Project and Clover.  He has performed as a guest artist and company member with several companies in Chicago including Concert Dance Inc,  Khecari, and Chicago Moving Company.  In May 2017, he performed as a guest artist with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in a work by Lucky Plush Productions director Julia Rhoades at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art.  
Choreographic credits include creating works for Visceral Dance Company’s Solus in 2015 and 2017 and Dance in the Parks in 2014, 2016 and 2017. In 2010, Michel was a finalist of the A.W.A.R.D. Show Chicago with his work Moi Aussi and was named one of The Men of 2010 in dance by Timeout Chicago.  He was the recipient of the prestigious 3Arts Award in October 2013 and was featured in Dance Magazine’s 25 To Watch 2014. 
Michel is currently an Adjunct Faculty member at Columbia College Chicago, teaching modern dance technique.

Django Allegretti
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Django is originally from San Francisco, CA. He trained at the San Francisco Ballet School on scholarship for ten years. He studied with Jorge Esquivel, Parrish Maynard, Jeff Lyons and Jean-Yves Esquerre and attended numerous summer intensives including American Ballet Theatre and Ballet Chicago on scholarship. He performed with Ballet Theatre of Maryland as a Principal Dancer and was featured as Cavalier and Snow King in The Nutcracker, Prince Siegfried in Swan Lake, and in Antony Tudor’s Continuo. As a Principal with Manassas Ballet Theatre he performed roles such as Hilarion in Giselle, Cavalier and Snow King in The Nutcracker and the Jester in Cinderella. Since relocating to Chicago he has had the pleasure to work with Chicago Repertory Ballet and Trifecta Dance Collective, performing works by Wade Schaaf, Shannon Alvis, Tenley Dorrill, Ryan Jolicoeur-Nye, Krissie Odegard Geye and Carrie Patterson. He is excited for his first season with Dance in the Parks.
Miranda Borkan

Miranda is thrilled to be back a second time for the 10th anniversary season of Dance in the Parks! Most recently she performed in the ensemble of Oklahoma! at the Marriott Theatre.  A native of Chicago, Miranda spent two seasons dancing with Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre and also appeared as a principle dancer in the Lyric Opera's Eugene Onegin. She was a performing apprentice with River North Dance Chicago as well as an apprentice for Visceral Dance Chicago. Miranda graduated from The Ailey School/Fordham University with a BFA in Dance and Theology. There, she performed works by Francesca Harper, Hope Boykin, Joanna Kotze, Malcolm Lowe, Jennifer Archibald, Dusan Tynek, and Dwight Rhoden. Miranda trained with Extensions Dance Company under the direction of Lizzie MacKenzie and has participated in summer programs at Jacob’s Pillow, The Joffrey Ballet School in New York City, Luna Negra Dance Theater, and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago.
Irina Goldman
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Irina hails from Deerfield, IL and began her early training in the Chicago area. Her training includes participation in the Visceral Dance Chicago scholarship program and a College/Pro Scholarship from Gus Giordano Dance School. 
  Irina earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts with concentrations in Performance and Choreography from the University of Iowa with Highest Honors. While at UI, she had the pleasure of performing in many faculty concerts and toured as a member of the UI Dancers in Company. In addition to performing, Irina honed her passion for choreographing, creating several works for UI performances, culminating in a self-produced and choreographed evening-length show, Kaleidoscopic Memoirs. 
  Since moving to Chicago, Irina has had the opportunity to perform works by Rebecca McLindon, Mary Tisa, Laura Thurston, and Kate Vandivier as part of Still Inspired(?), a dance performance that showcases the inspirations of independent dance and visual artists. She has worked with Chicago Repertory Ballet for two seasons, where she performed works by Tenley Dorrill and Wade Schaaf. 2017 is Irina’s second season with Dance in the Parks. 
Jesse Hoisington
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JESSE HOISINGTON began his training at a young age in rural Michigan. He was accepted into Interlochen Arts Academy and studied for two years under the tutelage of Mark Borchelt..  In 2014, Jesse graduated from Western Michigan University’s Department of Dance with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. While attending WMU, Jesse performed works by Gerald Arpino, Alonzo King, Peter Chu, Joshua Manculich, and Autumn Eckman. Since moving to Chicago, Jesse has had the privilege of performing with Winifred Haun & Dancers, Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre, C5, JMT Choreography, and Hedwig Dances. Jesse performed with Dance in the Parks in 2015 and is thrilled to be back for their 10th Season!
Craig V. Miller
Craig began his training in the Fine Arts Academy at Southfield-Lathrup High School and Motor City Dance Factory.  He attended Oakland University as a Merit Scholarship student, earning a B.A. in Dance Performance.  He has trained with Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet, and the Ailey School summer intensives. Craig was an apprentice for Eisenhower Dance Ensemble, a member of the Michigan Dance Project, Inaside Chicago Dance, Esoteric Dance Project, Dance in the Parks, and Chicago Repertory Ballet. He has performed works by Louis Falco, Amy Marshall, Laurie Eisenhower,Sean Curran, Robert Moses, Joel Hall, Harrison McEldowney, Autumn Eckman, Alonzo King, Randy Duncan, Monique Haley,  Kristina Isabelle, Robyn Mineko Williams, and Joshua Blake Carter to name a few.  He has performed with the Civic Ballet of Chicago’s production of The Nutcracker and was a guest artist with Chicago Dance Crash. Acting credit: Scotsboro Boys (Porchlight Music Theater, “Mr. Tambo” U/S). Choreography credits include: Little Me (Porchlight Music Theater), Billy Elliot (Porchlight Music Theater, Co-Choreographer, Fall 2017), The Color Purple (Mercury Theater Chicago, Assoc. Choreographer; Broadway World Award-Best Choreography in a Musical), Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Porchlight Music Theater, Asst. Choreographer; Joseph Jefferson Award Winner for Best Production of a musical review), Rent (Artist's Giving Back World AIDS Day performance), and Carl Neilsen’s Maskarade (Vox3 Collective, Choreographer).  His work has also been presented at Dance Chicago, Dance Chance, and Chicago Freelance Dance. Craig has been training dancers for 15 years, and is a Peffpointe © certified teacher at the 25 hour level. 2018 is Craig’s 7th year dancing for Dance in the Parks and his first as the company’s social media manager.

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Maxwell is a graduate of New York University - Tisch School of the Arts/Dance.  He has performed in NYC with Loni Landon Dance Project, NVA & Guests, LoudHoundMovement, Project 44, Sean Curran Company–Opera Lafayette, Madboots Dance, Indah Walsh Dance Company, Isodoc Dance Group, Danielle Russo Performance Project, E|N|Z|A Dance Company and in Chicago with River North Dance Chicago, Elements Contemporary Ballet and Dance for Life. Maxwell has been part of dance film and live installation projects with Amy Gardner, Now This-Samsung, A Story Told Well – Derrick Belcham, Erik Madigan, Elena Vazintaris, Aksel Stasny, Storey Pictures-Elliot Storey, Viceland-Samsung, The People Movers, Mental Floss, Emily Terndrup & Derrick Belcham Productions and Mary John Frank.
     Maxwell received his pre-professional training from Lizzie Mackenzie / Extensions Dance Company.  Along with additional training at Springboard Danse Montreal, Movement Invention Project, and Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance, he attended summer programs at The Juilliard School, American Ballet Theater, San Francisco Ballet, Milwaukee Ballet, Harid Conservatory, and Interlochen Center for the Arts. He apprenticed with River North Dance Chicago. Maxwell is a National YoungArts Foundation dance alumnus and a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts. This is his first season with Dance in the Parks.
Natalie Tursi
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Natalie received her early training in her hometown, Whitestone, NY, and on work/study scholarship at Steps on Broadway in New York City. She graduated Cum Laude from Hofstra University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance where she had the pleasure of working with Robin Becker, Chris Elam, Larry Keigwin, and Amy Marshall. During her tenure at Hofstra, she also performed at The Paul Taylor Summer Intensive, Dance Theatre Workshop, Dancers Responding to Aids, and at American College Dance Festival. Natalie moved to Chicago to accept a position with Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago and, later, spent two seasons as a company member of Thodos Dance Chicago. During her time with TDC, she had the honor of working with Ann Reinking and performing the choreography of Bob Fosse. Natalie has also performed and choreographed as a member of LEVELdance, C5, Piel Morena Contemporary Dance, and Aerial Dance Chicago. She currently enjoys performing as a freelance artist and is thrilled to be joining Dance in the Parks for a second season.


Allie Meyer
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Allie grew up dancing at the Lincolnshire Academy of Dance and attended various summer intensives at the Milwaukee Ballet School, Interlochen Arts Academy, Point Park University, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, and the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance. As a senior in high school, Allie joined Visceral Dance Chicago’s Studio Company under the direction of Nick Pupillo and performed and competed works by Pupillo and Ahmad Simmons. Embarking on her senior year at Point Park University, Allie is pursuing a BFA in dance and a BA in English and is very excited to be an apprentice with Dance in the Parks this summer!
Richard Ashworth
Shannon Alvis
Keesha Beckford
Hanna Bricston
Tristan Bruns
Brent Caburnay
Peter Carpenter
Paul Christiano
Brock Clawson
Matthew Coley
Jessica Deahr
Angela Dice Nguyen
Autumn Eckman
Sinead Gildea
Suzanne Haag
Cait Jones-Seebacher
Erin Kilmurray
Anna Long
Lizzie MacKenzie
Joshua Manculich
Cheryl Mann
Stephanie Martinez
Thomas Mattingly
Robert McKee
Taylor Mitchell
Jessica Miller Tomlinson

Robyn Mineko Williams
Peff Modelski
Kalin Morrow
Matt Pardo
Rachel Premo
Michel Rodriguez Cintra
Owen Scarlett
Santo Scavuzzo
Wade Schaaf
Alivia Schaffer
Ahmad Simmons
Jon Sloven
Malachi Squires

Emily Stein
Ronn Stewart
Kim Stibal
Mary Tisa
August Tye
Paul Vickers
Laura Wade
Karl Watson

Amanda Winkler 

Odayar Bastuuri
Nebi Berhane
Nicole Betts
Greg Blackmon
Anais Blake
Rebecca Blanchard
Miranda Borkan
Paul Christiano
Joey Columbus
Lori Croshtwait

Angela Dice Nguyen
Brenna Dwyer
Regan Fairfield
Cecilia Ferguson
Katy Fredrick
Mario Gonzalez
Jesse Hoisington
Alexa Kay
Derek Lauer
Elizabeth Luse

Craig V. Miller
Shannon Mulvey
Joe Musiel
Rebecca Niziol
Sarah Olson
Tori Rumzis
Jamie Salas
Santo Scavuzzo
Jon Sloven
Aaron Smith

Malachi Squires
Tony Suhadolnik
Cody Szarko
Kate Vandivier
Peter Vandivier
Monica Weller
Kaeyl Westin

Jennifer Wycykal