Becky Robinson-Leviton graduated from CSULB with a BA in Dance, and performs and choreographs throughout the Bay Area. She’s performed as Clarice in West Side Story at Berkeley Playhouse, toured internationally with Tim Rubel Human Shakes, and is the founder and co-artistic director of the dance/clown duo, The Phenomenal Anomalies with Hannah Westbrook. Becky has been dancing with Lizz Roman & Dancers since 2017, performing in the original Sunset Dances (Izzie award-winning) and Moments, Memories, and Amazing Grace at Animate Dance Festival. For more info on Becky’s ventures, check out phenomenal-anomalies.org

Chris Black has been dancing with and for Lizz Roman for over 25 years.

Clarissa K. Ko has worked with Lizz Roman as her Company Manger since 2016. Clarissa is thrilled to be performing with Lizz Roman & Dancers for the first time. Clarissa graduated with a BA in Performing Arts and Social Justice (Dance), with a minor in Health Studies, from the University of San Francisco and has a MSEd Learning Design and Technology from Purdue University. Through her dance company, Five Feet Dance, she has presented work at CounterPulse, Little Boxes Theater, SAFEhouse for the Arts, and The Asian Art Museum.

Colin Epstein is a dancer, acrobat, clown, and wears many other hats at various times. He is frequently seen on stage with 13th Floor, Tara Pilbrow Dance, and directing Twisted Oak Dance Theater; and is absolutely delighted every time he gets to dance with Lizz Roman & Dancers.

Gizeh Muniz, Mexican artist and pedagogue educator, believes that creation through the body  is the best path to generate consciousness and empathy in the world. She has performed as a dancer and creative collaborator with Sara Shelton Mann, Kathleen Hermesdorf and Lizz Roman & Dancers Company in San Francisco, CA; Silla Danza and Teatro de León in Baja California; Ocho Proyecto Gato in Mexico City as well as personal projects with tours in Mexico, United States, Europe and Central America. She also has collaborated with various organizations of social impact in Mexico and in the United Sates.

Jamie Nakama’s diverse movement background includes training in modern, butoh, hula, aerial dance, Afro-modern, and capoeira.  She has performed with numerous artists in Hawaii over the past 20 years, including IONA Contemporary Dance Theater, Tau Dance Theater, Wai Company, Samadhi Hawaii, and Kealoha (slam poet).  This is her third project with Lizz Roman & Dancers. Besides her love of dance, Jamie has been dedicated to the field of environmental education for nearly 2 decades in Hawaii and continues the work as Youth Initiative Manager at LandPaths in Sonoma County. She also teaches anthropology at Diablo Valley College and is a yoga instructor in her spare time!

Jenny McAllister is a movement artist, actor, and director/choreographer. She is the Artistic Director of 13th Floor, and also performs with Epiphany Dance Theater, Twisted Oak, and Deborah Slater Dance Theater. She loves to explore the places where dance and theater intersect, and also doing site specific work. This is her 4th show with Lizz Roman and Dancers.

For Sonya Smith, creating with Lizz Roman and Dancers is a delicious space to investigate the joy of intelligently physical dancing, unusual ways to get off the ground, and inspiring collaborators. Smith treasures her past opportunities to study and perform, including stints with Zaccho Dance Theatre, Flyaway Productions, BANDALOOP, Sara Shelton Mann, Michelle Ellsworth, Dance Brigade and Gesel Mason. She teaches an eclectic mix of bungee dancing, Pilates and GYROKINESIS around the bay and beyond.