Keene NH company dedicated to creating, producing and teaching dance as an art form. We support the work of emerging contemporary dance artists and create quality dance education experiences for adult dancers of all levels.

Cindi L’Abbe received her B.S. in Health Science and A.S. in Chemical Dependency from Keene State College as well as studying dance. She has over six years of experience teaching yoga, specializing in Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow styles, and has been a group exercise instructor and personal trainer for three years.

Cindi has choreographed and performed as part of FLOW Dance Company in Brattleboro, Vermont (Brenda Seigel, Artistic Director), and in 2007 created Dilettante Dance (Baltimore). Cindi’s mission as a dance artist is to explore the human potential for expression through movement with one eye on the expressionistic zeitgeist of early modern dance and the other on the pop culture inundated\post-modern present.  Dilettante Dance (Baltimore) has performed at Johns Hopkins University, Experimental Movement Concepts and The Creative Alliance.  Since returning to Keene, NH in 2009, Cindi has presented her work at the first KSC Alumni Dance concert at Keene State College and The Stone Church in Brattleboro VT, where she co-produced 100 Flowers, a concert inspired by the work of Georgia O’Keeffe. Cindi continues to create new projects with an emphasis on interactive performance and collaboration. Cindi is thrilled to renew the mission of Dilettante Dance in Keene with a new emphasis on supporting emerging dance artists and creating opportunities for all interested individuals to express themselves through dance.

Angie Muzzy is a performer, choreographer and dance educator who received a degree in Theater and Dance from Keene State College (2008). While there she was granted the Alta Lu Townes Dance Award (2008) and the Charles Hildebrandt Award (2007). She has worked with choreographers; Robert Battle, Beppie Blankert, Stephan Koplowitz, Candice Salyers, Lorraine Chapman and many others. She choreographs and teaches at various private dance schools, public elementary and middle schools and preparatory schools throughout Southern New Hampshire and Western Massachusetts. She has continued her education outside of academia by interning at Jacob’s Pillow Dance in Becket, MA (2008) and The Yard, A Colony for Performing Artists in Chilmark, MA (2009). Angie also attended and performed at the Bates Dance Festival in Lewiston, ME and the International Bluegrass Dance Festival in La Grange, KY (2007). Angie credits her fascination and love of movement to her early childhood Mousercise routines.

Jessica Leigh Howard received her Bachelor of the Arts in Theatre and Dance from Keene State College. She was recipient of the 2009 Alta Lu Townes Memorial Dance Award Endowment and the Charles Hildebrandt Award. In June 2010 Jessica will become a Certified Yoga Teacher at the 200 level through the SchoolYoga Institute. For over a year she has trained and mentored in STOTT pilates with Robin Blais. Her training in dance began over fifteen years ago and continues to be a life long practice. She teaches dance residencies for Flow Yoga Dance (Brenda Seigal) in schools K-12 all over Vermont. Jessica has performed in dance works by Pilobolus, Hoi Polloi, Mark Dendy, Candice Salyers, Cathy Nicoli, Paul Besaw and many other colleagues and faculty.  Jessica is an educator, performer and choreographer, who brings her passion for life and movement into all her classes, with the philosophy that as we enhance our bodies range of motion, we enhance our mind and our whole human potential.

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