hop, skip and a star

choreographer + dancer: Alexandra Clancy

music: “Stardust”  and “hop, skip and a jump” by Artie Shaw 

Sugar Plum Fairy

choreographer: Natasha Gorrie

dancers: Natasha Gorrie + Elmo Xu, representing Diamonds in the Rough

music: “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” by Pentatonix


choreographer + dancer: Hannah Henney

music: “Shelter” by Superpoze

the inbetween

choreographer + composer: Sarah Formosa

collaborators + performers: Devan Genereux + Russell Lee + Nadia White

Diamonds in the Rough

choreographer: Natasha Gorrie

dancers: Natasha Gorrie + Elmo Xu, , representing Diamonds in the Rough

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Alexandra Clancy is a performer, choreographer, and teacher based in Vancouver with a love of dance and a passion for tap. Growing up, she trained at Danzmode and the Vancouver Tap Dance Society’s youth company – Tap Co, developing her skills in all genres of dance. She was an apprentice/understudy for the prestigious Tapestry Dance Company’s 25th season performing and touring across North America.


She has attended and performed at multiple tap festivals such as DC, LA, NY, Chicago, and Vancouver. Alexandra was privileged to train extensively, learning from tap masters such as Dianne Walker, Jason Samuels Smith, Derick Grant, Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, Chloe Arnold and many more. Alexandra is a proud alumna of the first tap program held at the iconic Jacob’s Pillow, and auditioned and returned a second time for another intensive two weeks. 


Alexandra had a role in ‘The Cholly Project’ directed by Travis Knights, and was grateful to dance in Lisa La Touche’s tap dance show titled ‘Hold On’. She was given the opportunity to perform in a Tri-Tone Productions show, founded by Tasha Lawson, as both a solo artist and in an ensemble working closely with musicians. She performed at the Kennedy Centre in DC as part of the inaugural first full-length tap show. She is thankful to have danced in many of Danny Nielsen’s shows, most recently at the Scotia Dance Centre in the Discover Dance Series.


Alexandra has a unique voice blending both tap and contemporary dance and looks forward to continuing to share her adoration of dance while teaching and performing both locally and internationally. 








DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH are based out of Vancouver, Canada and founded in 2009.

The Diamond ladies have a strong presence in the choreography industry and freestyle community. This sisterhood of powerful women represent more than a dance crew, their chemistry and lifestyle allows them to support each other, express, create and motivate.

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HANNAH HENNEY first entered the dance scene in a Port Coquitlam studio at the age of 3 years old. She is a well rounded and strong performer, teacher and choreographer. She has specialized in Hip Hop and Tap but has trained in many styles from Locking, Waacking and Popping to Musical Theatre, Jazz and Contemporary.


Hannah has worked on many film/television productions this year from Disney’s Freaky Friday and Netflix’s Series of Unfortunate Events to National Geographic's new mini series Valley of the Boom. She’s also dipped her toes into the acting world and is inspired to see where this new passion leads.


Hannah is a very sought after, and experienced teacher. She is an engaging instructor in Tap, Jazz and Hip Hop. She loves connecting with the youth and sharing her knowledge and experience with the upcoming generations.


She has choreographed and performed in many showcases all over North America. She was invited to choreograph a few pieces for Small Stage 33 and 37 the Valentines editions. Hannah is so excited to be back collaborating with her crew and performing a solo for Small Stage!


Her fire, passion and positivity always shine through whether she is on set, performing on stage, choreographing or in a studio with her students. She can’t wait to see where this exciting career will take her next.



Sarah Formosa + dancers


SARAH FORMOSA is born and raised in the greater Vancouver Area, Sarah Formosa began her training at Spiral Dance Company and continued her training in San Francisco at the Alonzo King LINES Ballet Training Program, where she performed works by Shannon Gillen, Uri Sands, Gregory Dawson, Carmen Rozestraten, Maurya Kerr, David Harvey and Sandrine Cassini. Sarah graduated from the LINES training program in 2016 and as an independent artist has had the opportunity to work with David Harvey, Ralph Escamillian, Heather Dotto, Heather Laura-Gray, Josh Beamish, Jennifer Mcleish-Lewis, Alameda Civic Ballet Company and the response. Dance Company. She is honoured to currently be working with the Vancouver Opera, TWObigsteps Collective, Vision Impure, Raven Spirit Dance Company, Judith Marcuse Projects and Wen Wei Dance Company. In January of 2018, Sarah had her first choreographic residency with Dances for a Small Stage and her work has since been presented by Small Stage and Dancing on the Edge Vancouver.

DEVAN GENEREUX is a Vancouver, BC native and  emerging professional dance artist. She cultivated her love for dance at a young age and her multifaceted background includes extensive training in ballet, contemporary, improvisation, modern, jazz, and hip hop. Upon graduation, Devan pursued her training at Lamondance under Davi Rodriguez, Lara Barclay, and Monica Proença. During this time, she had the opportunity to represent Canada as a soloist at the IDO World Championship of Dance in Frankfurt, Germany as well as traveling to Brasilia, Brazil to perform in Barakah (Lamondance) at the International Dance Seminar of Brasilia. Following her training in Vancouver, Devan moved to Toronto to further peruse her passion at The Conteur Academy where she has trained under recognized artists Eryn Waltman, Sheona Bell, Kelly Shaw, Ryan Lee, and Colleen Snell, to name a few. Devans unique strength and connection with the floor and her dance partners have allowed her to begin a successful professional dance career.  Her notable credits include performing in 5inco (Lamondance), Human (Lamondance), Frames (The Conteur Academy), Fill In The Blanks (The Conteur Academy), and most recently, Scaredy Cat (Small Stage).