Dzul left his home at 16 to study and dance professionally with Ballet Folklorico de Mexico and the national ballets of Mexico and Cuba. Martha Graham granted him a scholarship that brought him to the U.S. for the first time.
Profile Category: Directors
Stephany first started her Artistic career through theater and Film. She has studied acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and is a graduate of All Stars Youth on Stage Improvisation Program.
Senior Advisor at Fountain House, a mental health program based in New York City with more than 300 sister organizations in 30 countries.
Sharon Tomao is the first female partner and a corporate lawyer at the New York City-based law firm Kleinberg Kaplan. Ms. Tomao is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Georgetown University Law Center.
Director and Co-founder of Circus Warehouse, a collaborative effort to produce the next generation of elite circus performers, bring circus to the broader public, and provide a space for the development of new and experimental works.
British painter whose style displays the influence of a variety of painters, from Francisco de Goya, Willem de Kooning, Francis Bacon and Joan Mitchell, to Old Masters like Rubens and Poussin, yet her works also present a distinctly female viewpoint.