ARTISTS

Natasha Adorlee artistic director

is from Overland Park, Kansas and graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in English. She has trained with American Ballet Theatre and was an inaugural member of Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet training program. She performs with the San Francisco Symphony, is a former member of Robert Moses’ KIN, and is a guest artist with Kate Weare Company (New York) and ODC/Dance Company. In 2018, Natasha received an Emmy for her work in the TV special Baseballet 2: Into the Game. In 2014 she was the recipient of an Isadora Duncan Dance Award for her performance in Two if by Sea, choreographed by Kimi Okada. Natasha is the Founder and Artistic Director of Concept o4. Through Co4, she directed, choreographed, and danced in the film Take Your Time (2017), which became an official selection of the Mill Valley Film Festival and the recipient of six awards including "Best Short" by the San Francisco Dance Film Festival, Red Rock Film Festival, and Valley Film Festival. A former musician and producer with Amp Live in the electronic group Saint Tiimbre, Natasha is currently preparing to release music under her own name. She provided the song “Pink and Purple” for the Pixar Sparkshort “Out”. Besides writing music, she also serves as the Video Director and Host for Ubisoft Studio SF.

 

 

 

Dalmacio/Payomo

is a native of Oakland, CA and a graduate of the Alonzo King LINES Ballet BFA Program. After graduating from the BFA program he has had the opportunity to perform the works of Kara Davis, Maurya Kerr, Fernando Melo, Robert Moses, and Brenda Way. Aside from dance, Dalmacio is also a producer and has created music for Bay Area choreographers Tanya Bello, Gregory Dawson, Arturo Fernandez, and Maurya Kerr.

 

 

 

Juliann/Witt 

was born in Marin County and raised in the East Bay.  She began dancing at age three studying ballet, modern, tap, jazz and hip hop in the East Bay as well as San Francisco before heading to New York to attend SUNY Purchase.  After receiving her BFA in dance performance she lived and danced in New York for over a year before coming back to the Bay Area.  She has had the pleasure of working with Lane Gifford, Stefanie Nelson, Sarah Bush, and Tim Rubel.

 

 

 

Hien/Huynh 

was born in Da Nang, Vietnam. His movement background composes of breakdance, somatics, and contemporary forms. Through embodied practice, he endeavors to understand and unravel the inner and outer. Hien is honored to have performed in the works of Lenora Lee Dance, Kim Epifano, Robert Moses’ Kin, Kinetech Arts, PUSH Dance Company, The MoveMessenger(s) and punkkiCo. 

 

 

 

Allegra/Bautista

an SF native, graduated from Saint Mary’s College of California with a double major in Dance and Liberal & Civic Studies. She was classically trained at San Francisco Ballet, City Ballet School, and the SF Conservatory of Music Preparatory Division for classical guitar. She has worked with Garrett + Moulton Productions, Amy Seiwert, Sidra Bell, PUSH Dance Company, and RAWdance. She currently dances with Kristin Damrow & Company and Tanya Bello's Project b. She is also a certified yoga instructor.