The mission of T2 Dance Project is to enrich the independent dance scene. We achieve this by presenting high quality contemporary dance theatre on stage, on screen, and in non-traditional spaces, and through initiatives that provide unique choreographic opportunities and experiences to the community. We believe that working together with collaborators, independent dance artists, and cross-disciplinary artists creates unique and vibrant work, and allows for greater involvement in the arts for all.
Australian native, Erin established and directed Zeta Dance Group, 2008–2014 in Australia, presenting work nationally and internationally. Erin studied at the Queensland University of Technology, Australia, where she earned a Bachelor of Creative Industries in Dance (2009); Bachelor of Education, Secondary (2009) – minor in English; Graduate Certificate in Creative Industries (2010), and Master of Creative Industries in Arts Management and Production (2012).
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Kate Adams | Dancer
Kate Adams is a Boulder native who began dancing at Boulder Ballet at the age of 3. In Colorado, she has had the chance to compete in the Denver Ballet Guild’s Young Dancers Competition where she received 2nd place in 2010 and 6th place in 2014. Kate attended summer programs such as The Harid Conservatory, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Atlanta Ballet, and Texas Ballet Theater.
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Melissa Coleman Sperber, a Florida native, began dancing after an eight-year competitive gymnastics career. She holds a BFA in Dance from the University of Florida (UF), where she had the honor of performing at the Kennedy Center as part of the ACDF Nationals in 2010. She has performed professionally with the Neta Dance Company (NYC) and ClancyWorks Dance Company (Washington, DC).
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Photo by Sorcha Augustine. Courtesy of Sarasota Contemporary Dance.
Veronica Goldberg is from Buffalo, New York, where she received her training at The Neglia Conservatory of Ballet and Center Stage Dance Studio. Veronica continued her training at Point Park University, where she graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Dance as well as a minor in Psychology.
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See Veronica at this performance: HOME (June 8–9)
Carly Hambridge | Dancer
Carly Hambridge, originally from Charlotte, NC, joins for her first season. This past summer, she danced as an apprentice with Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance following the 2016-2017 season as an artist with BalletMet’s second company. Previously, she danced with Nevada Ballet Theatre as a trainee and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre in the graduate program under scholarship.
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See Carly at these performances: HOME (June 8–9), SLICE, part of the Boulder Fringe Festival (August 16–19, 2018)
Bridget grew up in Iowa which led her to Iowa City to attend college at the University of Iowa. In 2016, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Dance and Bachelor of Science in Therapeutic Recreation. While at the University, Bridget worked with choreographers Armando Duarte, Maurice Watson, Jennifer Kayle, Nicholas Leichter, and Melinda Myers.
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See Bridget at this performance: WAXworks NY (May 20)
Lee Stern | Friendraiser
Lee Stern comes to T2 Dance Project with a comprehensive background in fundraising, marketing, event management and non-profit work. Some of her non-profit work includes the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Boulder Ballet where she served as the Development Director and Interim Executive Director for the organization and currently works with the Because of Becca Foundation as their Development Director.
Rachel Turner is from Chicago, IL, where she trained at Hyde Park School of Dance and danced as part of the Ballet Chicago Studio Company, learning and performing works of George Balanchine. She received additional training with Washington School of Ballet, American Ballet Theater, and Alonzo King Lines Ballet.
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See Rachel at these performances: HOME (June 8–9), SLICE, part of the Boulder Fringe Festival (August 16–19, 2018)
Originally from Naperville, IL, Nicole moved to Iowa City to attend the University of Iowa. In May 2015, she received her BFA in Dance, minor in Exercise Science, and a 200-hour certification in Hatha Yoga. Click here to read Nicole’s full bio.
See Nicole at these performances: HOME (June 8–9), SLICE, part of the Boulder Fringe Festival (August 16–19, 2018)
Featured image photography by Amanda Tipton.