Mia DeWeese is a dance performer, teacher, and choreographer based in New York City. She received her BFA in dance from Marymount Manhattan College. She spent two seasons with the contemporary dance company BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance, and performed with the dance company 10 Hairy Legs Projects, in their modern dance rendition of "The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe." She is a member of the dance company FreeMove Dance, under the direction of Jenn Freeman. She performed in Sonya Tayeh's dance symphony titled "You’ll Still Call Me By Name" at New York Live Arts and Jacob's Pillow. She performed in the off-broadway show "The Lucky Ones." Her TV credits include Fox network's "Rent Live!" and HBOMax's "The Gilded Age." She is a swing, dance captain, and associate choreographer for Broadway's "Moulin Rouge! The Musical."
Christian Denice’s professional dance experience includes Odyssey Dance Theatre, River North Dance Chicago, and Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal. He has performed nationally and internationally and is currently dancing for Andonis Foniadakis Dance Company based out of Athens, Greece. Christian has been on faculty with the Joffrey Academy and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. As a choreographer, he has created new works for Odyssey Dance Theatre, DanceWorks Chicago, the Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company, Visceral Dance Chicago, Missouri Contemporary Ballet, Western Michigan University, MADCO, Modas Dance, SALT II, Wylliams/Henry Contemporary Dance Company, Eisenhower Dance Detroit, Houston Contemporary Dance Company, Wright State University, Kit Modus, Dance Lab New York, and Chamber Dance Project to name a few. Christian is the Artist in Residence at the Peabody Institute of John Hopkins University. He made his Broadway debut in The Little Prince, which opened in New York City early 2022.
Ashley Day is a British born actor and dancer. He trained at the Stomelands School of Ballet and Theatre Arts, The Royal Ballet and Bird College. He made his professional debut at seventeen in Matthew Bourne’s Nutcracker. Immediately following, he joined the original company of Mary Poppins. He starred as Jerry Mulligan in An American in Paris and Billy Lawlor in 42nd Street. Other West End credits: Evita, On The Town, The Wizard of Oz, Book of Mormon, Oliver! Funny Girl (Paris). Since his to the United States, Ashley has performed at the Joyce Theatre in Al Blackstone’s Freddie Falls in Love and recurs on Dynasty (CW) as Colin. Ashley has taught and choreographed for several New York and London universities including IAMT, Bird College, Guildford School of Acting, D&B Performing Arts, and has lectured and judged for the I.S.T.D and I.D.T.A associations.