Victoria Arakcheyeva is a New York City based contemporary dancer, choreographer, art model, and go-go dancer. Coming from a classical ballet background, Victoria began studying contemporary dance in college and has since performed and choreographed for multiple Hunter Dance Company performances, WAX Works, Grace Space, and Gay Warwick. She has also had the opportunity to perform the work of other choreographers in a multitude of intensive showcases including Trisha Brown, MELT Movement Research, and Bolshoi Ballet. Her choreography has a queer feminist theme and heavily relies on audience contact. Through her work she hopes to cause her audience to reevaluate what they consider to be 'normal' and 'acceptable' and to take a stand.
Luis Angel Grande Corona
Originally from Mexico, Luis Angel Grande Corona is a Brooklyn based artist whose work reflects his experiences as an immigrant and his ideologies about the world. His work is a mixture of his theatrical background with the different styles of dance he has studied. Through Dancewave and through the Hunter College Dance Program, Luis has performed repertory pieces by artist like Andrea Miller (Gallim Dance), David Dorfman (David Dorfman Dance), Nathan Trice (Nathan Trice RITUALS), Nia Love (Love Forte Dance) and many more.
Alexandra Alisa Moy
Alexandra Alisa Moy is a New York City based dancer, performance artist, choreographer, and model. Beginning her dancing career at 18, Alex has performed in a multitude of Hunter College Dance Company performances, and has done modeling work for FIThue, Nylon, as well as other independent artists. Her choreography is a blend of butoh, with it's slow and tense characteristics, as well as modern house dancing such as voguing, creating sharp and witty movement that keeps audiences panting for more.