Raélle Dorfan (Dancer) born in Johannesburg, South Africa, Raelle immigrated to California in 1999, where she continued her education in dance, choreography production and performance - graduating with a BA degree from UCLA's World Arts & Culture's Dance Department. She has studied various forms of dance such as Ballet, African, Tap, Flamenco, Modern, Jazz, Hip Hop & Musical Theater. Raelle currently teaches dance and pilates for kids and adults in Los Angeles, and works at a booking/consulting agency specializing in dance companies and world music/Jazz artists. She is excited to be dancing with Los Angeles FUSION Dance Theater, and Pacifico Dance Company.

Milva Rinaldelli (Dancer) a native of Argentina, began classical and tap dance training at age 4 in Buenos Aires. She trained at Argentina's National School of Dance Maria Ruanova, and graduated as a professional dance instructor. Milva continued her studies at the University of Arts in Buenos Aires, Argentina and graduated as a national professor of classical and modern dance. She also received a national scholarship to attend an intensive 3 year course in contemporary dance at the Gral. San Martin Theater. Her studies included, the following techniques, Graham, Limon, Cunningham, and Jazz. The following year she founded her own dance company "Los Pastelitos de Smucker," and worked as choreographer and director for a year. Milva’s other credits in Argentina are, performances with choreographer Maria Jose Goldin, with whom she travelled throughout Mercosur (Brasil, Uruguay and Argentina). After relocating to Los Angeles, she has worked with several choreographers including, Melinda Ring, Yolanda York, Kiha Lee, Akwetta Colbert, Albertossy Espinoza and Regina Klenjoski. In 2009 she received her power yoga certificate, and now teaches yoga at FUSION Performing Dance Academy. Dance remains a big part of her life and she continues to develop this passion by teaching, choreographing, dancing and investigating the language of the body.

Erica Okada (Dancer) first discovered her love for dance in high school, and her passion only grew as she entered California State University, Los Angeles in 2001. While at school she became part of the hip hop/ street dance group on campus, Team Flight, for two years.  In 2006, Erica received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre Arts and Dance with an emphasis in Dance. She performed with Hae Kyung Lee and Dancers, and since then has performed at various venues in Los Angeles. Some venues are, California State Playhouse at CSULA, Highways Performance Space, Scottish Rite Auditorium, Alex Theatre, El Portal Theatre, and Burnight Center Theatre at Cerritos College.  In 2009, Erica received her Teaching Credential in Physical Education so that she could teach dance.  She has taught dance to children of all ages in jazz, hip-hop, modern, and tap, and is currently a dance teacher at Schurr High School in Montebello.  Erica also enjoys being able to dance with Cyclo Dance Group and Los Angeles FUSION Dance Theater. 

Pamela Debiase (Dancer) born and raised in South Africa, graduated with a BTEC Professional Development Award from The Northern School of Contemporary Dance in Leeds, United Kingdom.  She toured the UK with Verve 99 performing work by Simon Birch.  In South Africa she worked with the Helen Seaman Dance Company, ELGT Dance Company, Candice Johnstone, Gary Gordon and Christopher Kindo, and in Taiwan for Arts Orient Entertainment and Encore Gardens.  Since immigrating to America she has performed with Toezeye Dance Company, FUSION Dance Theater, Collage Dance Theatre and the Regina Klenjoski Dance Company. Pamela was nominated for Outstanding Female Performance in 2006 and 2007 at the Lester Horton Awards.

Raélle Dorfan
Milva Rinaldelli

Erica Okada