TUNU THOM has studied, taught and performed traditional and contemporary African Dances and costume design of the diaspora for over 35 years. She has performed nationally and internationally with companies such as Izulu Dance Theater, Ifetayo Youth Ensemble, Calabash Dance Theater, Asase Yaa African American Dance Theater, SoulRebel Dance, Kowteff African Dance Company and El Shabazz Djimbe Orchestra Featuring Iyataiye to name a few. She has performed nationally, at venues from the world famous "Apollo Theater" in Harlem, to the "New Victory Theater" on Broadway and internationally from the West Indies, Nigeria and the Philippines. Tunu is a graduate drama major of Fiorello LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts and holds a Bachelor of Science in African Centered Education and Performing Arts from the CUNY BA School of Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies. She has studied at NYU Steinhardt in the area of dance education. As an independent artist she focuses on works that center on the themes of motherhood, futurism, culture and community.As a change agent and artistic visionary, Tunu utilizes the mediums of dance, choreography, acting and writing, and bead design to create her works. She is influenced by revolutionary artists and thinkers such as John Coltrane, Prince, Gordon Parks, Leonardo Da Vinci, Nina Simone, and Paul Robeson.
Tiffany Rae Brown began her official dance Training at the Miccio Center under her mother Treena Rae at five years old. She later attended Wadleigh Performing arts high school where she studied dance. Ms. Brown started teaching African dance and Hip Hop at various locations such as: Summer Horizons summer camp, Beacon Community Center(Brooklyn), Ocean Hill Charter School Prep, and Mohawk Day Camp in over a course of five years. In 2011 she was casted in Beyoncé Music Video, “Let's Move." She had the opportunity to Compete at World of Dance New York in 2012 and World of Dance New Jersey in 2014. She then attended Queens Borough College for dance. As a result of her talent and skills showed in her performances; she received a Queens’s borough Evelyn Karlin Award in recognition of an outstanding dancer. She also performed at American College Dance Association for 2 consecutive years. In March 2016, she was elected from American College Dance Association to perform in June 2016 at the Kennedy center in Washington D.C. She's currently had the amazing opportunities to perform for SONY Music Entertainment, Playstation Theater sponsored by Fenty Beauty, Spotify Event at Ford amphitheater, Miami and Canada Tour for Artist Dreanicole and many more.