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is the Artistic Director of Adele Myers and Dancers, a national touring contemporary dance company made up of female athletes of the heart. AMD has been presented throughout the U.S. from the American Dance Festival to installations in glass elevators at the ICA in Boston. The company has received several grants and commissions, including from the National Dance Project, National Performance Network and more recently from MDC Live Arts.  Adele recently relocated to Miami where she teaches at New World School of the Arts. 

attained her degree in Art History from the University of California, Riverside in 2010 with an emphasis on the performing arts. Ms. Wright is the recipient of the Los Angeles Dramatic Allied Arts Guild Award and a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society for her outstanding academic achievements at UCR.

As the Founder and Artistic Director of her own Production Company, FLUXUS WAREHOUSE, Agatha curates dance concerts and multi-disciplinary arts based events focusing on performance and the visual arts at large. FLUXUS WAREHOUSE has collaborated with leading arts organizations such as The Adrienne Arsht Center, The Miami New Times, The Raymond F. Kravis Center, The Duncan Theater, The Stella Design Group, The Guild 5 Forty Five, Miami Urban Contemporary Experience during Art Basel 2016, The Coral Gables Museum, Florida Dance Education Organization, the Foundation for Contemporary Arts in New York and The Actors Fund. In March of 2016 the Miami New Times nominated Agatha Wright as Mastermind finalist for her creation of FLUXUS DANCE and her contributions as a pioneering artist in Miami.  In 2017 her work has been presented at the Perez Art Museum hosted by the Miami New Tropic, Miami City Ballet hosted by FDEO, and Muse Center for the Performing Arts. Her life’s work consists of maintaining the lineage and artistic pedagogy associated with modern dance alive as well as to merge multi-disciplinary approaches to art making.

received her M.F.A. in Dance with a concentration in choreography and performance from The Florida State University’s (FSU) School of Dance in 2016. She also received her B.S. degree in Environmental Science with a minor in Chemistry from FSU graduating Magna Cum Laude. Having grown up dancing, she became inspired to pursue her passion after working with Alex Ketley in 2013. Megan’s love for dance has led her to travel around the U.S. and the world, most recently performing Ketley’s Poem (Part 1) at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and in Jocelyn Perez’s Embers, Quakes, & Echoes at the Chicago Fringe Festival. This past year, Megan’s choreography was featured in Rachael Sage’s music video, “I Don’t Believe It.” After studying abroad in Paris, France, where she experienced Pina Bausch’s work, Megan was inspired to begin experimenting with dance theatre. Most recently, Megan’s dance theatre piece, once upon a three (excerpts from Once Upon a Home), was showcased at the 2017 ACDA Southeastern Conference in Tampa, FL. She is currently dancing professionally and choreographing in Miami, FL. Megan hopes to continue a professional dance career and to make a difference in the world by continuing to choreograph pieces that resonate with themes about life.   

born and raised in Miami, FL, graduated from the University of Florida/New World School of the Arts with a Bachelors in Fine Arts (Dance). Ms. Fuentes trained at the Rosario Suarez Dance Academy under the direction of Rosario Suarez, Thomas Armour Youth Ballet under the direction of Ruth Weisen, New World School of the Arts/ University of Florida under the direction of Daniel Lewis and Mary Lisa Burns, and at The Martha Graham School under the direction of Virginie Mecene, Denise Vale, and Peggy Lyman.

She is a former dancer of Peter London Global Dance Company and Martha Graham 2. Ms. Fuentes is also a certified Graham Teacher and Choreographer.  In addition to her prolific training, she has received outstanding recognition and reviews for her work. Ms. Fuentes has attended the American Ballet Theatre, the Bates Dance Festival, the North Carolina Ballet, the Joffrey Ballet and Contemporary under full scholarship, and the Martha Graham Summer Intensive scholarship from Peter London. Not unfamiliar to the freedom of an open stage, where the dancer infiltrates the comfortability of space and subjugates presence to their will and emotion, Stephanie Fuentes’ dominance exudes itself with every demonstration.  Her professional experience ranges from participation in pieces by Martha Graham, including lead roles in the productions Chronicles, Temptation Of The Moon, and El Penitente, to works by Darshan Singh Bhuller, Peter London, Jamar Roberts, Michael Foley, and Michael Uthoff.

Imbibing from Graham the notion that “The body never lies,” and infusing it with her ideological musings inspired by the Woman, Ms. Fuentes conveys with her body the empowerment of an idea and a reality, revolutionizing authenticity and emotion like Graham herself did with Modern dance. Session reservation open NOW!

received her dance education and training from Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, New York, N.Y and holds a BFA in Dance. She has danced for Michael Mao, Wayne Cilento, David Brown (N.Y.), Nishida Yukio (Japan) Ballet Black, ROH2, Union Dance Company, Jazz Xchange Music and Dance Company, Rafael Bonachela (London, U.K.). She was also a Dancer and Dance Captain in Carmen Jones; Royal Festival Hall, London, U.K. Ms. Grannum Founded & Directed ‘The Movement Network’, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and during her time in The Netherlands danced for: Jennifer Hannah, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Sanne van der Put and Sagi Gross (Amsterdam &  Den Haag, The Netherlands).  As a choreographer she has had works commissioned by Artelier; performed at the Bridewell Theatre, London, U.K.; The Place Prize and presented at The Hip Dance Festival, Resoltion! and National Youth Dance Wales.

Celia officially retired from her professional career in London, in 2008, and changed tack completely - beaming a Homeopath and mother. Upon relocating to Switzerland in 2013, she began teaching again, and found herself once again happily alive in the Dance. Two years ago, Celia met Oscar Trujillo and  together they coaxed each other out of retirement, and began collaborating on a series of dance-film projects. 

stumbled into Richard Gibson and Zory Karah's Academy of Ballet San Francisco in 1996 and a career in dance and arts education emerged. While in the Bay Area he performed with Margaret Jenkins, Capacitor and Ramon Ramos Alayo. In New York, Oscar collaborated closely with Maija Garcia/Organic Magnetics and Alicia Ohs. In South Florida since 2016, he directs el Pueblo Habla, a theatre based education and violence prevention campaign in Homestead, is a body worker and creates interactive performance installations and short films with Celia Grannum. He currently dances with Karen Peterson Dancers.