Alicia Cutaia (Detroit, MI) a dancer with Eisenhower Dance Ensemble, earned her BFA with honors from Point Park University with a double major in Classical Ballet and Jazz. Her previous training included scholarships at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, North Carolina Dance Theater, and River North Dance Company. She has worked with and performed pieces by many renowned choreographers, including Lar Lubovitch, Louis Falco, Michael Foley, Keisha Lalama-White, Joel Hall, Lou Conte, Daniel Gwirtzman, Lynn Taylor-Corbett, Daniel Ezralow, Choo-San Goh, Alan Hineline, Harrison McEldowney, Kevin O’Day, Frances Patrelle, David Storey, Margo Sappington, and Christian Holder. Ms. Cutaia previously danced with Hubbard Street and Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago. Her choreography has been showcased at the Jazz Dance World Congress, Leo’s Choreography Competitive Event, the Maggie Allesee New Choreography Award, Michigan Youth Arts Festival, Dance Chicago, and the NSAL Mid-Michigan Chapter. Her work Impact was recently set on Eisenhower Dance Ensemble. Ms. Cutaia’s teaching credits include the Lou Conte Dance Studio, Oakland University, the ABT Summer Intensive and the EDE Center for Dance. She also enjoys teaching master classes and setting choreography nationally.