Bio: Emily Hart-Lopez is a professional performing artist, dancer, actor, and dance/fitness instructor based in NYC. Emily is a 2016 B.F.A in Dance graduate of UNCSA (under Dean Susan Jaffe) with a Contemporary Concentration. Emily's work ranges from contemporary to heels, zouk, ballet, jazz, bollywood/tollywood, musical theater, street jazz, salsa, other latin styles, immersive theater, and more. Emily has performed with Rumbamena, Helen Simoneau Danse, Sprout Works, Gotham Dance Theater, Cirque du Nuit, Shoem LLC, DPA Entertainment, Reaction NYC, Gaspard & Dancers, and the Designated Movement Company. Additionally, Emily freelances by dancing for artists DSP (DSP U.S.A Live Tour), Grace Kelly, Vassy, Damion Anthony, Ozzie Valencia, Baby Dayliner, etc. appearing in music videos/film/T.V. Emily’s favorite appearances have been as a Non-Union dancer in the Dirty Dancing remake choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler as well as appearing as a dancer on Season 1 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. In addition to performing, Emily is a teaching artist offering master classes, gymnastics, and fitness to all ages (Choreolounge, Self-Centered Events, ASTEP, founder of HartHeals, etc.). Emily is a recent member of Actor’s Equity and has worked as an actor in short film/plays, appearing in an Equity production of the “The Little Prince” as the Rose/Snake. Emily’s mission is to be an example of artistic professionalism and excellence, while creating impact in her community through arts advocacy. She aims to support and raise the standards for work expectations and rights for professional performing artists while inspiring and educating others to support the arts on a global scale.
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