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The Humans of Dance LAB Creative!

About the Artists

Dance LAB is unique in that we are a rotating group of artists. Whether dancers work with us once or on a consistent basis, they are part of the collective's history. Artists participate in projects when they are able and interested, meaning some are involved with the collective for many different pieces while others dance with us just once. Dance LAB artists come from a variety of personal and professional backgrounds.  

Keep reading to see who has contributed to our work, past and present!

Libby Bullinger

Founder and Choreographer

Libby is a dance educator and choreographer from Boston, MA. She received her formative dance training at José Mateo Ballet Theatre in Cambridge, MA, and continued her dance studies at Mercyhurst University in Erie, PA. Libby’s college studies expanded her knowledge from dance performance into other areas of the arts including dance education, choreography, arts administration, dance research, and non-profit work. In addition to choreographing for and leading Dance LAB Creative, Libby teaches dance at several Boston locations and continues her own pursuit of dance education. Read her full biography here.

Libby's favorite part of Dance LAB:

"The opportunity to follow my passion of creating and collaborating, all while meeting and working with talented artists from different walks of life!"

Samantha Rosenberg

Dance LAB Artist

Samantha was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. She received a BA in both Dance: Performance and Choreography, and Educational Studies in 2020 from Hobart and William Smith Colleges. She has been dancing since 2006 and has experience in a variety of forms, including jazz, modern, hip hop, contemporary, ballet, and musical theatre. She is passionate about both dance and education, and how they can intersect to provide students with the tools they need to think critically, work towards achieving their goals, gain a deeper kinesthetic understanding, and create long-lasting, supportive relationships. Samantha has been studying and producing composition and choreography since her high school years, and continues to create multiple new works each year. 

Sam's involvement with Dance LAB:

"Weight of a Nation" 2022, Dance for World Community Festival and Nozama Dance Collective's DISSENT

"Surge" 2023, NACHMO Boston

"This Dance Means Something" (2023 work in process)

Meredith Price

Dance LAB Artist

Meredith is a dancer, choreographer, and multidisciplinary artist, graphic designer, and part time barista based in Cambridge, MA. With a dual degree in Dance and Visual Communications from the University of South Carolina, she approaches dance from a variety of lenses and aims to blend her passions of dance and design. At the end of the day you’ll find her throwing herself full heartedly in anything and unfortunately EVERYTHING she finds interesting.

Meredith's involvement with Dance LAB:

"Surge" 2023, NACHMO Boston

"This Dance Means Something" (2023 work in process)

Odessa Rain

Dance LAB Artist

From an early age, Odessa Rain had interest in the arts with a focus on dance. Her early years were spent on a competition team and she spent her summers at Joffrey Ballet School in New York City. She started her journey in Dance Academia at the Lehigh Valley Charter High School For the Arts. During her time there, she set contemporary ballet works in the student show for three consecutive years and was invited to the Regional High School Dance Festival in Norfolk, VA. There she received scholarships to several college and conservatory dance programs as well as ballet trainee programs nationwide. After high school, Odessa attended The Boston Conservatory on scholarship where she performed in Paquita and various contemporary ballet works set by Yuri Yanowsky, Greg Dawson, Jon Ole Olstad, Zoe Schofield, and Stephanie Martinez. Since graduating, Odessa is a freelance performer and full time dance teacher in Boston. Highlights include performing David Parsons’s “Etudes” as a soloist with Dance Currents. Odessa is excited to be performing with Dance LAB for a third performance.

Odessa's involvement with Dance LAB:

"Weight of a Nation" 2022, Dance for World Community Festival and Nozama Dance Collective's DISSENT

"Surge" 2023, NACHMO Boston

"This Dance Means Something" (2023 work in process)

Jami Cunningham

Dance LAB Artist

Jami is a Boston based dancer and dance educator. Jami graduated from Dean College with degrees in both Dance and Psychology and is on faculty at the Boston Ballet School and Miss Maria’s School of Dance. When Jami is not teaching, she trains with KAIROS Dance Theater as a Class Fellow as well as trains in aerial silks. She hopes to further her performance career in the future and travel the world doing what she loves.

Jami's involvement with Dance LAB:

"Surge" 2023, NACHMO Boston

Margaret Falcone

Dance LAB Artist

Margaret is a dancer, choreographer, and teacher from Syracuse, NY where she trained at The Ballet & Dance Center. She graduated summa cum laude from Boston Conservatory at Berklee in 2019 with a B.F.A. in Contemporary Dance Performance and emphases in modern dance and creating performance. At the Conservatory, she performed works by Otis Sallid, Roderick George, Joe Chvala, Merce Cunningham, and Stephanie Martinez, among others. She also had the opportunity to produce three of her original works on Boston Conservatory’s mainstage. Now, she is currently the Administrative Coordinator for the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Dance Division. Additionally, Margaret is the program director of two divisional outreach programs: Movement Matters, which brings dance to senior citizens in the Boston area, as well as Step by Step, an adaptive dance program for students who have Autism and Down syndrome. She is on faculty at BoSoma School of Dance and Metrowest Dance Academy, and she is an annual guest choreographer at Cambridge Rindge & Latin High School. Margaret has been a member of BoSoma Dance Company since 2019 and also enjoys being a part of other dance projects throughout the Boston area. Dance has always been a major influence in Margaret’s life and she is excited to continue her explorations with Dance LAB.

Margaret's involvement with Dance LAB:

"Surge" 2023, NACHMO Boston

Amanda Edmunds

Dance LAB Artist

Amanda Edmunds is from Revere, Massachusetts and has been dancing since the age of three. She danced competitively for 16 years at Sheila Rosanio’s School of Dance and Gymnastics and The Studio Dance Complex. Amanda has earned her BA in Dance at Salem State University. She has won numerous high score awards along with multiple scholarships from the Dance Masters of New England. She has performed in Debra Mason’s: What The Dickens and in the Melrose Youth Ballet’s: The Nutcracker, and in the company Contemporarily Out Of Order with Wendy O’Byrne. Amanda dances to entertain, persuade, and inform her audiences of her thoughts and passions. She strives to create and perform her dances with immense expression and athleticism. Amanda is currently a dance instructor/studio administrator for db studios of Burlington. She is fueled by watching her students grow as dancers, humans, and artists. In her free time, Amanda also loves reading, journaling and doing yoga.

Amanda's involvement with Dance LAB:

"This Dance Means Something" (2023 work in process)

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Additional Collaborators

Our collective includes more than dancers! Check out other creative collaborators that have worked with Dance LAB below.
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Moody's Point Photography

Samantha Moody, owner of Moody’s Point Photography, has been a photographer for over a decade now. Being able to share her love for capturing genuine moments is truly a blessing. Specializing in dance, live music, and portrait photography Samantha shines when she’s behind the lens.

Moody's Point Photography's involvement with Dance LAB:

In studio rehearsal photos for "Surge" February 2023

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Sarah Takash

Sarah Takash (she/her) is a dancer and visual artist currently based in Boston and the NYC area. A proud member of the class of 2020, Sarah graduated Summa Cum Laude from Fordham University and the Ailey School with a double major in Dance and Visual Art. She received the Lipani Visual Art Award and departmental honors in dance. Sarah loves utilizing her dance training to create unique compositions in still images and video.

Sarah's involvement with Dance LAB:

Photoshoot and promotional images for Dance LAB, 2023.

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