RON TODOROWSKI Broadway: Angels in America, Cats, Finding Neverland, Wicked, Come Fly Away (Resident Director-1st national), Guys and Dolls, The Times They Are A Changin, Movin' Out and Footloose. He starred in London's West End production and 1st national tour of Movin' Out playing the role of Eddie where he received a Helen Hayes Award for Best Actor in a musical. Off Broadway/Theater: Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party, Christopher Wheeldon’s Brigadoon, Chess for the Actor's Fund with Josh Groban, Barrie Manilow’s Copacabana, Spirit, Cinderella, workshops of Something To Dance About- An evening of Jerome Robbins and Hello Dolly. Ron has danced with Twyla Tharp Dance, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, Parsons Dance and Mia Michaels RAW. TV/Film: SNL, The Tony Awards, The VMA's with Ne-yo, The Today Show, The View and feature film “Winter’s Tale”. Choreography: “Pride and Prejudice” (Rep Of St. Louis), “Celestia” (currently playing at the Stratosphere Hotel- Best New Show 2019’s Best of Las Vegas Awards), Nate Ruess (music video, Ah-ha!), RWS Entertainment’s Step One Dance Company, Dance Lab NY and Wayne State University. Associate Choreographer: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Lyric Theatre), Celine Dion’s Las Vegas show, "A New Day”.



EOGHAN DILLON was born in Ireland and grew up in Ottawa, Canada, where he started his dance training. In 2012 he received a full scholarship to study at the Ailey School in New York City, where he worked under Milton Meyers, Francesca Harper, and many other acclaimed professionals.  After joining Parsons Dance in 2014, Eoghan went on to become a Rehearsal Director and eventually the company’s Artistic Associate in 2020. Working directly with David Parsons, Dillon performed and helped maintain works by esteemed artists like: Robert Battle, Kate Skarpetowska, Trey McIntyre, Ephrat Asherie, Chanel Da Silva, and many others. He has toured, taught, and choreographed all over the United States and Europe, and has been commissioned to create for Parsons Dance, METDance, and Dark Circles Contemporary Dance Company, Ballet Memphis, The Institute of Contemporary Dance. Most recently, he was selected as a Finalist for the Capezio A.C.E Awards. Eoghan’s dancing has been featured in such international publications as Metro Roma, The New York Times, Ottawa Life Magazine, The Tyrone Times in Ireland, and most notably was featured in The Gap’s “Dress Normal '' Campaign. Alongside his teaching positions at the Flow40 Touring Dance Convention and Steps on Broadway NYC, Eoghan continues his mission of spreading inclusive dance to the world with his company Red Rhino Dance. - @eoghandillon@eoghandillon - @redrhinodance  -



CHELSEA THEDINGA grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she trained at the Las Vegas Academy of Performing Arts and International Studies High School. After high school Chelsea moved to Los Angeles to work with Sonya Tayeh’s dance company Tayeh Dance. Under Sonya’s direction, Chelsea performed in The Endurance To Move, Favorites, the “Jeff Buckley’s Tribute Show,” and assisted Sonya Tayeh on FOX’s hit show "So You Think You Can Dance" and tours for Miley Cyrus and Madonna. Chelsea can been seen in “La La Land,” “All the Right Moves,” and “Chasing 8s.” Chelsea has performed at The Emmys, The Academy Awards, The American Music Awards, The MTV Video Music Awards, Secret Life of the American Teenager, GLEE, Americas Got Talent, and music videos for The Killers, Carrie Underwood, and Christina Perri. As a member of Travis Wall’s Shaping Sound Dance Company, Chelsea has completed 4 national tours and had featured performances on The Ellen Show and Macy’s Dancing with the Stars.

JESS HENDRICKS graduated from the University of Colorado with a BFA in Dance. Her training includes Perry Mansfield School of the Performing Arts, American Dance Festival, Harvard Dance Festival, EDGE Scholarship, Gus Giordano and Hubbard Dance Street. Her credits include commercials and industrials for Godiva, L'Oreal, Reebok, Toys R Us, Universal Studios, Volkswagen and Warner Brothers. Jess worked on the tour of HAIR as Dance Captain for years, performed for the opening premiers of Moulin Rouge and The Great Gatsby and can be seen in such movies as Living Out Loud and Between The Sheets. She has danced in or been the assistant choreographer to the Elan Awards, Bob Fosse Awards, Ms. America Pageant, Carnival, Dance Break and Broadway Bares.

Jess has choreographed the New York musicals "The Shaggs", "The Book Of The Dun Cow" and "Dead City" as well as the movie musical "Free Fall". She has choreographed the music video "Just A Dress" for the Berlin Film Festival, "Mia Agapi Fotia" for European artist Sofia Strati's Eurovision and has been a finalist for the ACE Awards.

Jess has taught at Universities and Festivals throughout Canada, Costa Rica, Cyprus, France, Italy, Japan, Korea, Norway and the United States. Jess has danced with "The Wes Veldink Movement" and co-created her own company "Two Peas & A Pod". She has created live work for "A Great Big World" at Brooklyn Academy of Music, set work for Carnegie Hall and assisted with choreography for the Alicia Keys tour. Jess recently debuted work on Houston METdance, Marymount Manhattan College, Point Park University and Wanderlust. She is currently an adjunct professor at Pace University in New York City, on faculty with 24 Seven Dance Convention and a Co-Founder of Dancers Give Back Dallas.

CANDACE BROWN is a dancer/choreographer/instructor with a huge passion for the art of dance. She has taught in Los Angeles for 5+ years as faculty at Debbie Reynolds Studio, Millennium Dance Complex, and Edge PAC. She has also traveled teaching around the world in various countries like Japan, Spain, Australia, Russia, Brazil, Greece, Poland, Ireland, Amsterdam and more, and also in states across the US. Candace is a Monsters of Hip Hop Show alumna, and was principal dancer on UNITY LA directed by Tessandra Chavez. She has choreographed for artists like Nicole Scherzinger, under the direction of Jaquel Knight, and danced/assisted major choreographers on various television shows like "X-Factor" (chor: Kevin Maher) and "Dancing With The Stars" (chor: Aakomon Jones). Recent credits include Janelle Monae, and BET's "Black Girls Rock" with choreography by Luam Keflezgy. Candace's transition to New York City is an exciting time for her and she is so honored and humbled to share her craft with the east coast. She hopes to continually be inspired and inspire others by doing what she loves.