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SKY ADAMS is a production sound mixer, programmer, artist, and former journalist living in the Los Angeles area. His love of dance is one that started at a young age when his mother taught him, saying "Girls like it if you can dance, and not step on their toes." Other passions include strategy games, dressing like a pirate, whip making, digital art, and jewelry crafting.
Her love for dancing began at a young age. She started ballet and tap classes at age 5 and couldn't stop. Her love for dance took her other passion of color guard and winter guard. She loves performing and bringing the audience into the story.
"I think if you can dance and be free and not embarrassed, you can rule the world."- Amy Poehler
PENNY FOLGER is a writer, ukulele player, and former clown. She is also an actor in the experimental theater scene in NYC, working with groups like Dangerous Ground Productions and Virago Stage and Screen, while on breaks from school in LA, where she is training to be a sign language interpreter.
Growing up as a shy visual artist, one of her earliest performance
outlets was dance - spending time dancing around the kitchen as an 11
year old and later dancing in goth clubs at 18. She spent some time
being fascinated with synchronized dance and flash mobs, briefly
participating in groups like RAID, Thrill the World, and the Improv
Dance Company, as well as the '20s scene and her greatest love, dancing
to '60s French pop. She oddly doesn't really consider herself to be a
dancer - probably because of the narrow definition this word seems to
hold in society's eyes. She is happy to be part of a group that is
helping to change that perception.
ANITA GARCIA has always been passionate about dancing! Since her first modern dance class in high school she's been hooked- and has danced her way through the wild discotheques of the 1970s on. Her favorite tunes to jam to are electronica and techno.
is the dance captain of Intrepid, and that means he teaches the
choreography of the complicated things--until Jennifer corrects him. His
day job doesn't allow him much time or space to dance, but once he
finds the floor, he loves the attention.
"Truth is, I
THOUGHT it mattered. I
thought that MUSIC mattered. But does it? Bollocks! Not compared to how people matter." --"Brassed Off", sampled for "Tubthumping"
DEREK LONG is a resident artist with Panndora Productions in Long Beach, where his acting credits include Poseidon in Medusa Undone, Bill in Catching the Butcher, and numerous Panndora’s Box readings. Other stage credits include Intimately Wilde, Long Beach Playhouse, Donner Party-The Musical, Found Theatre, Equus, Morgan-Wixon Theatre, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Lyric Theatre, Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, Bootleg Theatre, and Hamlet, Hollywood Forever Cemetery. He also enjoys teaching a performance class in Long Beach and Santa Monica. More info at dereklong.net
KYLA MCCRACKEN is a multi-disciplinary creative whose true passion is finding and creating joy. A lover of all things performative, her variety show, Smoochin Cuties, has been running for 2 1/2 years in Brooklyn and Los Angeles and incorporates dance, comedy, music, storytelling, games, burlesque, magic, and whatever else she finds. An avid writer, she regularly ventures into nature to find inspiration and has plans to visit every US National Park.
Gina Sandy is a Housewife and Stay-at-Home Mother living in Redlands, CA. She has several credits to her name in stage, film, television, podcast, and variety. She is a Resident Artist with a British Repertory company called the Redlands Theatre Festival. Gina is a graduate of The Second City Sketch Comedy Writing Program.
“Can’t stop dancin’ just because the music’s gone” – Captain & Tennille
in a national commercial. She was on the St. Louis dance team and was
captain of her dance squad in high school. She continued to dance in
groups and act in plays, commercials, television shows (Mad Men, Nip
Tuck) and feature films (I Could Never Be Your Woman, etc.). Jennifer
has also spent years as a body double for A-list actresses. In addition to
her love for acting and dancing, Jennifer has written show concepts and
screenplays. Jennifer loves the arts – both as a patron as a participant
and so passionately loves being a part of Intrepid! “Dance is the hidden language of the soul” ― Martha Graham
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