Meet the Dancers

  • Francesca Romo

    Francesca Romo started working with Dancers’ Workshop this past spring and continues into this semester as a major asset to the teaching staff.  Fran was born in London, England, and trained at the Royal Ballet School as well as the London Contemporary Dance School.  After a one-year apprenticeship with Richard Alston Dance Company she formally joined the Company from 2003–2006.  In 2007 Francesca co- founded Gallim Dance a New York based company whom Dancer’s Workshop hosted this past February. She has toured, created and set Gallim's work both nationally and internationally. Francesca is a certified Gyrotonic® and Gyrokinesis® Instructor and currently teaches at Jackson Hole Gyrotonic. 

  • Rachel Holmes

    Rachel Holmes is a former member of Elisa Monte Dance, a New York City based company that DW has presented a number of times.  Rachel began her formal training at the Anneliese von Oettingen School of Ballet and the School for Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati, OH. Rachel went on to study at Ballet Met, Dance Theater of Harlem, and the Joffrey Ballet School all on scholarship, and has continued to train in a variety of dance disciplines in open classes throughout New York City.  She has had the honor of working with choreographers Andre Zachery and Joe Celej, and touring nationally and internationally with the Kai Kweol Contemporary Dance Theater in Cincinnati, Joan Miller’s Dance Players, Elisa Monte Dance, NY2Dance, and Mazzini Dance Collective.  Ms. Holmes has set works, taught master classes, workshops, and privates classes in the US, South America and Europe.

  • Cady Cox

    Cady Cox, originally from Jackson Hole, began her training at Dancers’ Workshop with Babs Case and BJ Hanford. She participated in many summer workshops, including Limon, Alvin Ailey, Northwest Dance Project and Ballet West. Graduating with honors, she received her BFA in Dance Performance from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA in 2009. During college, she attended a study year abroad program at the Laban Dance Conservatory in London, UK and was awarded a Diploma in Dance Studies. Company credits include Cornish Dance Theatre, Agniezka Laska Dancers and Contemporary Dance Wyoming. Currently, Cady can be seen dancing with Contemporary Dance Wyoming, directing the Junior Repertory Company at Dancers’ Workshop, teaching yoga at Akasha and performing in any dance opportunity that comes her way.

  • Kate W. Kosharek

    Kate has been teaching, performing and choreographing at Dancers’ Workshop since 2006. She holds a BFA in Dance from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and has over 10 years experience teaching movement to all ages. While living in Milwaukee, Kate was a member of Wild Space Dance Company, which sparked her passion for site-specific dance making. In 2008 she co-founded Hole Dance Films, which has created numerous dance films that have played in festivals across Europe and the U.S. Specializing in Pilates group and private training, Kate educates awareness of breath and alignment, emphasizing that a strong core is key to proper body functionality and injury prevention. As her own experience continues to expand, Kate strives to give her students the ability to develop a deep understanding of movement and their bodies.

  • Lindsay Larson

    Originally from Parker, Colorado, Lindsay Rae Larson holds her B.F.A in Dance Performance from the University of Wyoming. While at the University she studied under the direction of Catherine Cabeen, Bill T. Jones, Peter Pucci, Nicole Smith, Lawrence Jackson, Margaret Wilson, Marsha Knight and Jennifer Deckert. Ms. Weatherly has performed in several productions including the re-staging of D-Man in the Waters and From the Ashes, A Cinderella Ballet. She is also pursuing a career in Pilates fitness and education and is certified as a Stott Pilates Instructor. In addition to performance, teaching and choreography Lindsay has been trained in the art of Stage Lighting Design under designer Sharon Huizinga. As an artist she is convinced that through dance a pure level of communication and thoughtful responses to all of life’s journeys can be found..

  • Lindsey Briggs

    Lindsey Briggs grew up in Minnesota and began falling in love with movement as a 3 year old. She trained at a nationally recognized, competitive dance studio until she was 18. From there, her passion for dance led her to New York City where she began her professional dance career. She also started expanding her knowledge of movement by completing her first mat Pilates certification program. In 2008, Lindsey moved to Los Angeles to continue her dance training at Santa Monica College. While she was going to school for dance, she found a new interest in the thriving yoga community in L.A. To balance her vigorous dance training and performance schedule, she started regularly integrating yoga into her weekly movement regime. Lindsey noticed a shift not only in her dancing, but in her mentality as well.

  • Luke Zender

    Luke Zender is a Jackson native however not a part of Dancers' Workshop growing up. Luke was a gymnast his entire life and made the transition to dance at 18 after an injury prevented him from returning to gymnastics. He has trained with Debbie Allen Dance Academy and Panacea Performing Arts in Los Angeles. He also attended Peridance’s conservatory ballet program in New York City. Luke is more than excited to be back home to dance and grow with Contemporary Dance Wyoming!

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