We are so excited to have a small group of community performers join us for this new work!

These adventurous and stunningly beautiful humans stepped into the project with grace and creative commitment and we are so happy that they'll be joining us on stage.

Alix Achee

Alix Achée holds a BA in physical theatre with a minor in dance from Louisiana State
University. She performed with the LSU Dance Ensemble for two semesters, where
she was afforded opportunities such as performing at the American College Dance
Association Conference and at the International Edinburgh Fringe Festival in
Scotland. During her senior year of college, she joined professional contemporary
dance company, Of Moving Colors. After graduation, Alix moved to Orlando to
continue pursuing her dream of dancing professionally. She’s incredibly grateful to
have performed in Universal’s Superstar Parade, Halloween Horror Nights, Electric
Daisy Carnival, become a founding member of Drapinski Dance Company, and to
open the new Sesame Street Party Parade at Seaworld this spring.

Lorena Molano

Lorena Molano loves the arts and the ability they have to impact different walks of life and cultures. Earlier this year she told herself that she would attempt to be in a play. She's happy to announce that From One Foot to the Other is her first experience in a theatrical production and she sincerely hopes it will not be her last.

Jake Alex Pasko

Jake Alex Pasko is savage.

Rachel Sampson

Rachel Sampson is a graduate of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with her BFA in Dance and a minor in musical theatre. Favorite performance credits include: Cabaret (Rosie u/s) at Arden Theatre Company, and numerous dance collaborations with Jessie Zaritt, Anne White, Katie Swards-Thurman, Kyle and Dinita Clark. Previous choreography credits include: Tarzan, Young Frankenstein, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Parade. This summer, Rachel will be choreographing a production of Pippin in Orlando FL.

Silvana Wallinger

Silvana is an Italian Argentinian, former dancer living in the United States for the past 20 years.  She has been trained in classical Ballet, Argentinian Tango as well as all types of latin dancing such as salsa, merengue and regeaton.  Silvana loves dancing for fun and trying new techniques. She also enjoys going to local community events.
Silvana travels often to experience different cultures, especially new languages.  She is married to a chef and together they enjoy international cuisines and fun discoveries while abroad.