Jaclyn Brown is a movement artist residing in Orem, Utah. She holds a BFA in Modern Dance Performance from Utah Valley University, where she is currently an adjunct professor. Jaclyn performed and toured professionally with Repertory Dance Theatre immediately upon graduating from university, with a tenure of seven consecutive seasons from 2014-2021. During her time there, Jaclyn was privileged to work with renowned artists such as Danielle Agami, Nina Watt, Zvi Gotheiner, and Bebe Miller. Jaclyn now functions as a freelance artist, focusing on the balance of a dancer’s life intertwined with family life. She believes in movement as a vehicle for human connection and explores this theme within her choreographic processes. Her movement vocabulary centers on outward expression of the internal being as a primary motivator, and how the artist emerges in the space after traditional technique.
Lyndi is a graduate from Utah Valley University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Modern Dance. While attending UVU, Lyndi had many opportunities to represent the dance program while working with various artists such as Andy Noble, Bradley Michaud, Daniel Charon, Natasha Washington, Stephen Koester, Sarah Donohue, Daniel Higgins, LajaMartin, and many more throughout the northwestern region. A few highlights of her university years include performing in the American College Dance Association National Festival held in Washington DC and the Research Forum Ireland Conference. Lyndi is constantly striving to learn while pushing the envelope and creating new perspectives. Lyndi performed with WCDC for 3 seasons before becoming a Company Teacher for WCDC.
Cainan is a graduate from Wichita State University with a BFA in Dance. While attending WSU, Cainan performed and toured with Wichita Contemporary Dance Theater and Alethia Mime Theater. Additionally, he has attended Salt Lake Dance Festival and the American Dance Festival in North Carolina, working with choreographers and teachers such as Charlotte Boye-Christensen, Darrell Grand Moultrie, and Charles Anderson. Cainan performed with WCDC for 2 years before becoming a Company Teacher for WCDC.
Originally from Vernal Utah, McCall received her BA in Dance and a minor in Media Arts in her home state at Brigham Young University. While a student, she taught clogging, and performed with BYU’s Contemporary Dance Theater and the International Folk Dance Ensemble. She has performed at the Breaking Ground Festival in AZ, the Dumbo Dance Festival in NY, the American College Dance Association in UT and WA, and in Europe at the B12 festival, Impulstanz, and the New Prague Dance Festival. McCall is also heavily involved in the screen dance scene in the intermountain area.