Quincie Bean was raised in Utah and began dancing at the age of 3. She completed her pre-professional training at Provo Civic Ballet before moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico. There, she joined Modas Dance’s year-round program in Santa Fe. Her next move took her to Chicago where she danced for Cocodaco Dance Project, NOW Dance Project, and Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre.
Ingrid Ferdinand, a Chicago native, began dancing at the age of three at the Academy of Movement and Music. She later spent some time at The Chicago Academy for the Arts and Marymount Manhattan College, before joining Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s “HSPro” in 2018.
Nicole Hennington studied with Chuthis, Nederlands Dans Theatre, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, New Dialect, and Ate9. She graduated from The University of Arizona with a BFA in Dance and a minor in Finance before joining GroundWorks DanceTheater in Cleveland.
Anthony Milian, from Ann Arbor, Michigan, received a Master’s Degree in Biomechanics from the University of Michigan on a Merit Fellowship in 2022 and a BFA in Dance with Honors Distinction from Ohio State University in 2018. Upon graduation, Anthony apprenticed for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago.
Alejandra Preciado was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania before her family returned to Panama, where she began dancing at the age of 3. Alejandra and her family relocated to Salt Lake City, Utah, where she continued her dance training at different institutions such as Ballet West Academy. Upon graduating high school, she attended the Alonzo King LINES Ballet BFA Program at Dominican University of California.
Lucia Tozzi was born and raised in New York City and started her dance training with the National Dance Institute under the tutelage of Jacques d’Amboise. She continued her training at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts in Astoria, Queens, and at The Ailey School.