CHOREOGRAPHER & DIRECTOR
During my time studying Directing and Choreography in my undergraduate training, we largely focused on devised work - creating new pieces from the ground up - with the techniques of Jacques Lecoq. These techniques and tools have proven to be extremely valuable to me as a creative and have literally taken me across the globe to locales from New York City to Croatia. Whether it be with children, teens, college students, or in full-length professional musicals, I try to place an emphasis on each individual performer's needs throughout our process working together.
But the brightest star in the show may be choreographer Trent Soyster, who channels the late Jerome Robbins with an endless bag of fleet-footed tricks. Replete with backflips and handstands, his choreography is balletic, acrobatic and often gravity-defying. - John Thomason for Boca Magazine