graduated magna cum laude from George Mason University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance. Dancing since age three, Lucy has many years of training and performance experience in contemporary, ballet, modern, tap, jazz, lyrical, musical theater, hip-hop, pointe, and acrobatics. She has performed the works of Charlotte d’Amboise, Christopher d’Amboise, Robert Battle, Ulysses Dove, Mary Ann Lamb, Terrence Mann, Mark Morris, Soon-ho Park, Nick Pupillo, Karen Reedy, and Susan Shields. Lucy was an apprentice company member of the NYC contemporary dance company, marInspired; the storytellers. Most recently, Lucy performed with the American Pops Orchestra in You Spin Me ‘Round: an 80’s Dance Party at the GW University Lisner Auditorium, hosted by Olympic diver, Greg Louganis, and directed by Kelly d’Amboise. Lucy has set original choreography for Ethno World Orchestra, Inc., George Mason University Dance Company, Evita production played at the Olney Theatre, CureFest for Childhood Cancer, and local dance studios throughout the Northern Virginia area. She is the recipient of the Bette Carter Award in Dance, GMU Emerging Freshman Artist Award, NYCDA Foundation College Scholarship, and Triple Arts Summer Intensive Scholarship. Lucy is currently working toward earning her PK-12 Licensure in Dance Education.
as been dancing since she was three years old. She began competing at the age of 11 and continued through high school. She has studied ballet, pointe, lyrical, tap, and jazz. Ms. Marlee recently graduated from The College of William & Mary with a BS in Developmental Psychology and Sociology. During her time at William & Mary, Ms. Marlee was a member of Pointe Blank Dance Company. She choreographed for the company, and she was an active member of the executive board for four years. Marlee is currently studying at Marymount University for her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Marlee is so excited to continue her passion for dance at East Coast Edge Performing Arts Center.