Sweet & Salty Hustler's Gala
Celebrating Hustler's Everywhere!!
10 years!!! In celebration of making it a decade in NYC I want to celebrate the hustle that is being a dancer and choreographer! New York City is full of talent, passion and hardwork! It's sweet and it's a little salty! Come celebrate some choreographers who are the epitome of this Hustle! The show will start around 6:45 and the party will be in full effect by 8:00.
3 Ways to Celebrate!!
* In person from 6:30 - 10:00
* Online from 6:45 - 7:45
* Make a donation! (Support the choreographers and dancers! We often work, perform, and hustle for "free" while simulatenously renting space, training, and costuming through self funding! Your donation will go to a dancer or choreographer who is part of this event!)
Let's get all dressed up! Blue, Purple & Pink are encouraged! (Black and Silver are cool too!)
We'll have a donation based bar and some light snacks!
Can't wait to share a Sweet and Salty Night with all of you Hustlers!
Geheny has over a decade of experience in various styles of dance at the recreational and competitive level. A New Jersey native, she graduated from Montclair State University, where she received her B.A. in Psychology with a specialization in Child Advocacy.
Upon graduating, she completed the Broadway Dance Center Training Program and has been with the Children and Teen Program since 2013. Geheny has trained with choreographers such as Eric Campros, Luam Keflezgy, Jessica Castro, and Rhapsody James, and completed a mentorship with Dana Foglia Dance Company in Los Angeles.
Zanza is a NYC based Actor, Dancer, Educator and Artistic Director. She has appeared in regional, international, and touring productions, and has trained extensively in Fosse technique. Some of her favorite performance credits include Chicago the Musical(Mona), West Side Story (Graziella), and a featured commercial for V8 Energy. She is the Founding Artistic Director of ALMA NYC, a Not For Profit Artists' Collective, and GIFT, a scholarship program that fights for equality for women to receive an education in Burkina Faso, Africa.
Stacie Webster (she/her) has been moving dance students toward higher levels of personal and group achievement for the past 15 years and has been on the dance faculty at Broadway Dance Center for the past ten years. A native of Southern Utah, attended Southern Utah University where she earned a B.S. in Dance Performance, and was awarded the San Christopher Scholarship.
Stacie is also the director of her own training program, Jazz Boot Camp, running successfully for the past seven years.
Blue is a teacher, choreographer, performer, and artist. Inspired by a varied background and training in multiple movement styles, her early achievements have motivated her to fulfill her life’s calling as a creator and educator.
Blue studied Dance and Language at The University of Vermont where she later returned to teach master classes and set choreographic work for stage. As a choreographer, she emphasizes storytelling to evoke emotion from audiences and create deep connection between the work and its performers. Her choreography has been showcased at venues such as Symphony Space, Highline Ballroom, Dixon Place, on ABC Television, and Off Broadway to name a few.