Eowynn Enquist (She/her) is a dance maker/performer who lives and works on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the Coast Salish People. Eowynn’s formative dance training began
at Simon Fraser University (2014 - 2018) where she was awarded the Amir Algahnand Award In Contemporary Arts from Simon Fraser University. Eowynn has participated in the Marie Chouinard Intensive
2019, Springboard Danse Montréal 2017 & 2019 (working with Stephen Laks - Goteborgoperans Danskompani and RUBBERBANDance), 605 company intensives, Modus Operandi Intensives, and a scholarship
student at The Arts Umbrella International Dance Intensives 2015, 2016, 2017. As an interpreter and collaborator Eowynn has worked with established dance companies and independent choreographers
in Canada such as; Wen Wei Dance, Out Innerspace Dance Theatre, Action at a Distance, Vision Impure Compagnie, Mascall Dance, Kinesis Dance Somatheatro, Mahaila Paterson-O’Brien, Isak Enquist,
Anya Saugstad, Rachel Meyer, and Kelly Hobson.
Eowynn Enquist is a performer in The Way that Leads.
Isak Enquist (He/Him) is a dance artist, teacher, choreographer, and experimental musician/sound designer living on occupied traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the
Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh, Skwxwú7mesh, and xʷməθkwəy̓əm nations. Raised in the Kootenays/Ktunaxa of Canada, Isak began formal training in Shotokan Karate-Do (earning 1st Dan) before pursuing
post-secondary dance education at Simon Fraser University and Modus Operandi (Vancouver), as well as training intensives with The Ailey School (Italy/New York) and Springboard Danse Montréal. He
has had the pleasure of working professionally with Out Innerspace Dance Theatre, Compagnie Vision Impure, Dance Victoria, Mahaila Patterson-O’Brien, Kaia Shukin, Amber Funk Barton (the
response.), CAMP, Mascall Dance, Generous Mess, Radical System Art, Corporeal Imago and Anne Plamondon Productions. Touring with these companies have included performances across Canada, USA,
Europe and Israel.
Isak Enquist is a performer in The Way that Leads.
Colorado born, Oklahoma raised. James Gregg is an international choreographer who has created choreographic works on Bodytraffic, Whim W’Him, Danceworks Chicago, Dark Circles Contemporary Dance,
Ballet X, Northwest Dance Project, Nashville Ballet's Emergence, Springboard Danse Project Montreal, River North Dance Company, Elements Contemporary Ballet, Cirque du Soleil at Sea and L’Ecole
Superieure de Danse de Quebec. James is also the co-artistic director of a Los Angeles based multi-disciplinary dance collective known as Wewolf. As a performer, James has worked with many
companies and choreographers such as BJM Danse, Aszure & Artists, Rubberband Dance Group, Bodytraffic, River North Dance Chicago, Barak Marshall, Aszure Barton, Crystal Pite, Mia Michaels,
Gustavo Ramirez, Rodrigo Pedernieras, Frank Chauves, Danny Ezralow, Mauro Bigonzetti, Annabelle Lopez-Ochoa, and Cayetano Soto. James also has been featured in several music videos, feature
films, and in TV documentaries and specials, such as Elton John, Lyon, Kresha Turner, Ils Dansent, On the road, and Soul Survivors.
James dances with Anne in the duet Only You.
Kevin Matthew Lau is a Chinese-Canadian dancer, choreographer, musician, and creative from Toronto, Canada. He grew up training in contemporary dance, hip-hop, ballet, jazz, and modern, attending
Claude Watson School for the Arts and its continuing arts program at Earl Haig Secondary School in North York, Ontario. He is an alumnus of the School of Alberta Ballet in Calgary, and a ‘summa
cum laude’ graduate of the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, with a BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) Degree in Contemporary Dance. Throughout the years, Kevin has had the privilege of performing in
Germany, Canada, and the U.S, working alongside prominent choreographers: Monika Felice Smith, Micaela G. Taylor, Jessica Castro, Peggy Baker, Anne Plamondon, MaryAnn Chavez, Shamel Pitts, Eric
Beauchesne, David Norsworthy, Zoe Scofield, Kristen Carcone, Christoph Winkler, Eduardo Vallejo Pinto, Kate Weare, and Felix Landerer.
Kevin Matthew Lau is a performer in The Way that Leads.
Born in Mexico City, Diana trained at Estudio de Ballet Tecamachalco, the National Ballet School of Cuba and the Royal Conservatory of The Hague. She was a member of the National Dance Company of
Mexico before joining Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal, where she danced between 2014 and 2019, performing repertoire by Jiří Kylián, Ohad Naharin, Jean Christophe Maillot, Stephan Thoss,
Edward Clug, Didy Veldman and Uwe Scholz, among others, and touring in Colombia, France, Spain, Israel and Canada. In 2015 Diana founded the dance company Vías, which she currently co-directs
with Paco Ziel, and which has presented their work in renowned Mexican venues such as the Teatro de la Ciudad Esperanza Iris, National Center of the Arts, and Benito Juárez Theater; and in Canada
at Montréal Arts Interculturels and Domaine Forget de Charlevoix.
Diana León is a performer in The Way that Leads.
Judy was born in Fujian, China and immigrated with her family to Toronto, Canada, at the age of 4. She has had the privilege of performing works by Anne Plamondon, Peggy Baker, Charles Moulton,
Merce Cunningham, Alysa Pires, Bobbie Jene Smith and Or Schraiber whilst completing her BFA in Performance Dance at Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University). Most recently,
Judy was a member of Rambert2 in London, UK where she performed and toured works by internationally acclaimed choreographers including Micaela Taylor, Sharon Eyal, Benoit Swan Pouffer and Megan
Lawson in both live and digital formats. Beyond borders, Judy seeks to connect communities of people from various walks of life through shared desires and experiences. She continues her
exploration of self both outside, and within, the limitations and labels of science, faith, culture, and history. Whether dancing in a studio or throwing a frisbee on a grass field, Judy marvels
at the body’s intelligence and delights in sharing this fascination with others.
Judy Luo is a performer in The Way that Leads.