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July 23, 12-3 pm
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Kids-On-Board Coordinator:
Jessica Curiel
Volunteer as a
Trolley Dances Tour Guide:

Sharon Hancock

Photos by Manny Rotenberg

September 24 - 25 & October 1 - 2


Meet the Choreographers

Jean Isaacs Artistic/Executive Director San Diego Dance Theater (Founder and Artistic Director of "Trolley Dances" and Choreographer) is a critically acclaimed, award-winning choreographer whose work has been presented in Switzerland, Germany, China, Mexico, Guatemala, Canada, and Poland, as well as on both coast of America. Isaacss is the co-founder of the San Diego Dance Alliance, Three's Company and Dancers, and Isaacs/McCaleb & Dancers.
Full Biography
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Debi Toth-Ward holds a BFA in Performing Arts from Johnson State College in Vermont and an MA from San Diego State University, where she was awarded the 1998 alumnus of the year. Debi’s choreography has been presented in New York, San Diego, Los Angeles, and recently in the “Other Side” festival in Seattle. In 1996, Debi was selected by the San Diego Union as one of the top ten choreographers to be watched. She danced with the Throne Dance Theater in New York and in San Diego with Three’s Company, Patricia Sandback and Dancers, and Malashock Dance. Debi is on the faculty at Grossmont College, City College, and Southwestern College.
Dave Massey has choreographed, taught dance around the world, and performed with Mary Tyler Moore, Barry Manilow, Dolly Parton, and Lucille Ball. In 1994, after nearly two years of performing on the road, he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology from Chapman University.  In 2001, he obtained his Master of Fine Arts in Dance from UC Irvine and was soon offered a full-time position at MiraCosta College.  Dave has choreographed and taught jazz, tap, ballet, developed the Pilates Certificate program, and has choreographed the MiraCosta College musicals.
Rebecca Bruno lives and works in Los Angeles. She received a BA in Dance from the UCSD and conservatory training at The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. In 2013, Rebecca founded homeLA, a performance project dedicated to dance process in private space presenting works by more than 100 artists in 16 homes throughout Los Angeles. Her work has been presented in Los Angeles, at Norton Simon Museum, the Annenberg Community Beach House, and PAM Residencies, as well as the REDCAT Theater, Pitzer College, Live Arts Los Angeles, Sushi Gallery, Potiker Theatre, Movement Research in New York City and The LAB in Jerusalem, Israel.
Photo by Peter Weiner
Ron "RJ" Davis is a 24 year old who began dancing eight years ago with the transcenDANCE Youth Arts Project and went on to study at The University of The Arts in Philadelphia, PA. Ron trained and performed with the CAC Repertory Dance Theater upon his return to San Diego. Ron performed and choreographed for San Diego City College. Ron is currently a company dancer and choreographer for the PGK Dance Project. He is the recent winner of the San Diego Young Choreographers Showcase and Prize.
Photo by Megan Matina