Meet the Cast

Allana-Mallon

Alana Mallon

Lead Dancer
Manson

Siobhán Manson

Lead Dancer
Ciara-Sexton

Ciara Sexton

Lead Dancer
Emma-Warren

Emma Warren

Lead Dancer
Stephen-Brennan

Stephen Brennan

Lead Dancer
Bobby-Hodges

Bobby Hodges

Lead Dancer
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Ryan McCaffrey

Lead Dancer
Jason-O'Neill

Jason O’Neill

Lead Dancer
Oreilly

Andrew O’Reilly

Dance Captain, Irish Dance Troupe
William-Bryant

William Bryant

Irish Dance Troupe
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Darren Casey

Irish Dance Troupe
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Nicola Dempsey

Irish Dance Troupe
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Katie Hands

Irish Dance Troupe
Halvin

Christina Havlin

Irish Dance Troupe
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James Keating

Irish Dance Troupe
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Shaun Kelly

Irish Dance Troupe
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Aoife Kennedy

Irish Dance Troupe
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John Lonergan

Irish Dance Troupe
Siobhan-McSharry

Siobhan McSharry

Irish Dance Troupe
Ceili-Moore

Ceili Moore

Irish Dance Troupe
Louise-O'Sullivan

Louise O’Sullivan

Irish Dance Troupe
Gianna-Petracic

Gianna Petracic

Irish Dance Troupe
Natasia-Petracic

Natasia Petracic

Irish Dance Troupe
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Lauren Smyth

Irish Dance Troupe
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Brian Shinners

Irish Dance Troupe
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Peter Wilson

Irish Dance Troupe
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Matt Bashford

Riverdance Band
David-Lombardi

David Lombardi

Fiddle
Dave-McGauran-214 copy

Dave McGauran

Saxophone
Rocios

Rocio Montoya

Flamenco
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DeWitt Fleming Jr

Tapper
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Dharmesh Patel

Tapper
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Michael Wood

Baritone, Tapper
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Ana Turcan

Dance Captain, Russian Ensemble
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IIya Burtsev

Russian Ensemble
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Evgenii Gurianov

Russian Ensemble
Iana-Hajdau214

Iana Hajdau

Russian Ensemble
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Eugeniu Turcan

Russian Ensemble
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Anna Vedenina

Russian Ensemble
Alana-Mallon
Alana Mallon

Lead Dancer / Irish Dance Troupe

Dancing from the age of three, within months Alana had already won the first of many championships. She progressed to win various competitions throughout the UK and Ireland, consistently ranking in the top three at the All-Scotland and British Nationals and the top ten at the World Championships.

With Riverdance, Alana has toured far and wide and given exceptional performances in The Kremlin in Moscow and on the Great Wall of China.

Alana is the only Scottish dancer ever to perform lead in Riverdance.

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Siobhán Manson

Lead Dancer/ Irish Dance Troupe

Siobhán Manson began dancing at the age of four in her hometown of Galway with the world-renowned Hession School. In 2004 Siobhán joined Riverdance and had her debut as principal dancer at the Gaiety Theatre in 2005. In 2007 Siobhan took a break from dancing and returned to college to finish a degree in History and English and went on to complete a master’s degree in History. She also has a keen interest in acting as well as the health and fitness industry and is studying to be a personal trainer.

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Ciara Sexton

Lead Dancer/ Female Troupe

Ciara started dancing at the age of three under the instruction of Marion Turley in the West Midlands, UK. She has won numerous titles including five World and All-Ireland Championships. Her professional dance career began with Lord of the Dance, in which she performed the lead role. Ciara choreographs regularly for dance company, Celtic Feet and has toured with the troupe in the production of Excalibur – A Celtic Rock Opera. In 2012, Ciara became involved in Heartbeat of Home and toured with the show internationally as a lead dancer.

Emma-Warren
Emma Warren

Lead Dancer/Irish Dance Troupe

Dublin-born Emma began Irish dance at a very young age with the Elaine Kavanagh School of Irish Dancing. Highlights of her career to date include touring as a dancer and lead vocalist with Riverdance, appearing in Prodijig’s Irish and UK tour of Footstorm. Emma was a finalist on BBC’s Over the Rainbow – Andrew Lloyd Webber’s search for Dorothy. Most recently she’s become a lead dancer with Heartbeat of Home touring China and North America to great acclaim and completed a Bachelor of Arts Music degree. Emma is honoured to be joining the Riverdance lead team in its celebration year and would like to thank her family for their support with best wishes all cast and crew in this amazing production.

Stephen-Brennan
Stephen Brennan

Lead Dancer / Irish Dance Troupe

From England, Stephen is a World Champion Irish dancer. He joined Riverdance in 2005 and to date has performed extensively across twenty-eight countries as well as thirty-five States of America. Most recently, Stephen has toured with Heartbeat of Home. Stephen holds a First Class Honours degree in Architecture and is a qualified Irish dancing teacher. Stephen lists the absolute highlight of his career as performing the lead role in Riverdance for his parents for the first time.

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Bobby Hodges

Lead Dancer/ Irish Troupe

Bobby was six when he started dancing in his hometown Bristol. After an illustrious career as a competitive Irish dancer, winning ten world titles, he joined the cast of Lord of the Dance. After just six weeks in the show, he was cast as the principal lead. In 2012 he joined the cast of Prodijig to help create their debut show Footstorm. Bobby went on to be cast as principal lead in Heartbeat of Home which has toured internationally and is now thrilled to be performing lead in Riverdance, the show that inspired him to pursue dance.

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Ryan McCaffrey

Lead Dancer / Irish Dance Troupe

Ryan McCaffrey began dancing at the age of three for the Irwin School, Calgary. At sixteen, Ryan moved to London to perform in the West End production of Dancing on Dangerous Ground. After completing the run, Ryan joined the cast of Riverdance on Broadway. He later went on become the Principal Dancer and Dance Captain of Riverdance’s touring productions. After completing his Bachelor’s Degree in Corporate Communications, Ryan joined the cast of Heartbeat of Home as a Featured Dancer. He is now delighted to be returning to Riverdance.

Jason-O'Neill
Jason O’Neill

Lead Dancer/ Irish Dance Troupe

Jason started dancing at the age of five alongside his six sisters. Under the tuition of the Armstrong school in Belfast he developed a deep-rooted passion for rhythm. Jason has been principal dancer with Prodijig’s Footstorm and with Heartbeat of Home and is truly honoured to attain lead role in three shows. As an avid traveller he has now performed in 200 cities worldwide. Jason is delighted to join Riverdance again on its remarkable 20th anniversary.

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Andrew O’Reilly

Irish Dance Troupe / Dance Captain

Andy started dancing for the Sean Eireann McMahon Academy at the age of nine. He excelled competitively, becoming an All-Ireland, Great Britain, All- Scotland, and North American champion. His professional career began alongside Michael Flatley in an arena tour of Celtic Tiger. Andy then joined Riverdance touring the world for five years, the highlights of which were special performances for Queen Elizabeth II in Dublin and performing in Radio City Music Hall. After winning Got to Dance 2012, with dance group Prodijig, Andy starred in lead role in their touring
show, Footstorm. He is delighted to be Dance Captain and back on tour with Riverdance

William-Bryant
William Bryant

Irish Dance Troupe

William began dancing at the age of four with the Halloran School of Dance in Sydney, Australia. He trained in classical ballet, contemporary, jazz, tap, hip hop and Irish dance. He has played lead roles in musicals such as West Side Story, Mary Poppins, and Oliver! and appeared on the Australian television series Dance Academy. William has also been successful at major competitions worldwide winning National and State titles in Australia. He has performed in Celtic Illusion and toured internationally with Heartbeat of Home. He has studied for a Bachelor of Music at University and is an accomplished musician. William is thrilled to be now touring with Riverdance.

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Darren Casey

Irish Dance Troupe

Darren Casey started dancing at the age of eight for the world renowned Scoil Rince Mona ni Rodaigh in his hometown of Dundalk, Co.Louth in Ireland. After a successful competitive career including during which he won gold in Ulster, All Ireland and World Championships, Darren fulfilled his lifetime dream when he joined Riverdance in the summer of 2008, he toured worldwide with Riverdance for three years. Darren was also part of dance group PRODIJIG, who won the TV hit show ‘Got To Dance’. Darren is now delighted to be back on stage and touring with Riverdance!

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Nicola Dempsey

Irish Dance Troupe

Nicola began Irish dancing at age eleven in London, placing highly in regional, national and international competitions including the world championships. She started dancing professionally 8 years ago, performing in many shows including Lord of the Dance. She began touring with Riverdance in 2011 and hasn’t looked back enjoying tours throughout North and South America, China and Europe.

Nicola is a qualified TCRG registered with An Coimisiun and is also an accomplished flautist with a BMUS Hons degree. The 20th anniversary UK tour is very special as Nicola will be performing at London’s Apollo Theatre in Hammersmith where she first saw Riverdance in 1996.

Katie-Hands
Katie Hands

Irish Dance Troupe

Katie was born in Birmingham, United Kingdom in 1991. At the age of three, Katie began dancing for Carole and Tricia Scanlon. In 2002, Katie’s family relocated to Co. Clare, Ireland where she continued her dancing career with the Costello School.

Katie’s achievements in competition included Munster Championship titles and World & All Ireland Medals. In 2009 she retired from competitive Irish dancing and began touring with Riverdance. It was Katie’s life long ambition to be a part of the show with which she has travelled Europe and China. Katie is enjoying living her dream.

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Christina Havlin

Christina Havlin commenced her competitive Irish dancing career at the tender age of 4, under the well respected and highly successful Lawrenson Toal academy in Belfast Ireland. With the help of her teachers, Christina gained An Comhdhail highest titles. Among her many accomplishments she won the Ulster Championship and went on to become the four times All Ireland and International Champion, the most prestigious title within An Comhdhail. From a very young age, Christina has dreamed of touring with Riverdance and in 2005 she began her career with the company. After touring Asia, Europe and North America she is delighted to be back in the Gaiety for its 11th Season.

James-Keating
James Keating

Irish Dance Troupe

James started Irish dancing at the tender age of 7, under the tuition of Michael Kenny of The Kenny Academy, Birmingham, before moving on to compete for The Doherty Academy, Coventry and finally The Carey Academy, Birmingham.

His achievements as an Irish dancer include placing regularly inside the top 10 at the World Championships, as well winning many gold medals in team competitions. It has always been a dream from James to join Riverdance, ever since he saw the show as a young boy. He feels privileged and overjoyed to be a part of this world famous production.

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Shaun Kelly

Irish Dance Troupe

Shaun is from County Donegal in Ireland. He began dancing at the age of fourteen under the instruction of the McNelis/Cunningham School of Dance. Over the years Shaun has competed at many national and international feiseanna including the Ulster, All Ireland and World Championships. He has danced as part of the Ragús troupe touring Europe, China and Japan as well as completing two seasons at Busch Gardens, Virginia in Celtic Fyre, performing both troupe and lead roles. At the beginning of 2014 he danced in his home county with the new production of Titanic Dance.

He has travelled to Australia, New Zealand and China with Riverdance, performed three consecutive seasons in the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin and most recently completed their 20th anniversary tour of Europe.

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Aoife Kennedy

Irish Dance Troupe

Aoife Kennedy from Co. Meath began dancing at the age of 5 for the Jackie O’Leary School of Irish dancing. She went on to join the Jim Murrihy and Denise Flynn School and the O’Shea School of Irish dancing. She had a successful competitive career winning numerous titles including the World Championships, All-Ireland Championships, American Nationals, and several Leinster Region and British Nationals titles. She has also won titles such as the All-Ireland Championships, Irish National and Leinster Championships in the Senior Ladies Ceili with the O’Shea School of Irish dancing.

After completing an honours degree in 2013 in Physiotherapy in Trinity College Dublin, Aoife was delighted to follow her dream by joining Riverdance performing in the Gaiety Theatre Dublin and is honored to be a part of the Riverdance 20th anniversary tour.

John-Lonergan
John Lonergan

Irish Dance Troupe

John started dancing at the age of 6 after taking classes each Friday in Primary School. He went on to join the ‘Eleanor O’ Brien School of Irish Dancing’ then the ‘Sheila Hayes School, & finally the ‘Kiely-Walsh Academy’ where he is still a pupil to date.

Throughout his dancing career, he has travelled all over Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales & even the US, to take part in competitions. His competitive career is extremely successful seeing him being crowned ‘North American Champion’, Irish National Champion’, ‘All Scotland Champion’ twice, ‘Munster Champion’ 10 times, ‘All Ireland Champion’ 5 times, & finally ‘World Champion’ 6 times. He has also won 4 All Ireland & World Gold Medals in 8-hand Céilí competitions.

John toured with ‘Magic of the Dance’ throughout Germany, Holland and Austria before joining Riverdance. It is his dream to be a part of Riverdance and he is delighted to be performing in the show doing what he loves.

He would like to thank his friends & family, especially his Mother & Father, for their all the love, support & help they have given him to make his dreams come true.

Siobhan-McSharry
Siobhan McSharry

Irish Dance Troupe

Siobhan began dancing when I was only 3 years of age, dancing competitively under the instruction of Bernard Hynes, Grainne Feely and original Riverdancer Dearbhaile Bates. She won many Leinster titles as well as numerous all Ireland and world medals. Siobhan began her professional dancing career with Rhythm of the Dance before leaving to complete her degree in Primary School Teacher and TCRG exam in teaching Irish Dancing. Siobhan is both delighted and honoured to receive the opportunity to join the Riverdance cast for the 20th Anniversary Tour.

Ceili-Moore
Ceili Moore

Irish Dance Troupe

Sydney-born Ceili has trained in music, drama, Irish, ballet, tap, jazz and acrobatics under the guidance of Fiona-Gaye Moore, Geraldine French, Bernadette Langshaw-Clarke and Bronagh Kelly. She has won several major titles including the Australian Nationals, North American Nationals, All Ireland and World Championships in Irish Dance. At the age of 18, Ceili was delighted to begin her professional career with dance show, Heartbeat of Home which after its debut in Dublin, Ceili toured with internationally. Her other career highlights include touring with Footstorm by the creators of Prodijig, featuring in the television series Dancing Down Under and The Wiggles, and performing in Candy Man the Musical and The Military Tattoo. She would like to say thank you to her family and dancing teachers who have been great role models and support during her dance career.

Louise-O'Sullivan
Louise O’Sullivan

Irish Dance Troupe

Louise from Dublin, began dancing at the age of 4 for the Elaine Kavanagh School of Dance. She has won many medals in competitions worldwide and also learned tap, ballet, modern and Latin American dance. After 17 years of competition Louise joined Gaelforce Dance as understudy and then principal dancer. Louise danced with Dance of Desire, Magic of the Dance, Dance Masters and Irish Celtic touring the world for 4 years.

Louise has a degree in fitness and personal training and works with Trinity College gymnasium in Dublin when she is not on tour. Louise is delighted to achieve her dream to perform with Riverdance and would like to thank her family and friends for all their love and support through out her dancing career.

Gianna-Petracic
Gianna Petracic

Irish Dance Troupe

From Sydney Australia, Gianna attended the Halloran School of Dance training in Irish Dance, Ballet, Contemporary, Tap and Musical Theatre. Obtaining several State and Australian National titles and numerous North American Championship medals in Irish dance she also studied 2 years part-time at the Australian Ballet School.

Gianna first performed in the Australian production, Celtic Illusion. Though it was Heartbeat of Home which became her first international show touring in Dublin, China and North America. Soon after she joined the cast of Footstorm for their China tour in 2014. She also has a strong passion for film making and photography. Gianna is very grateful to be joining Riverdance during its 20th anniversary year.

Natasia-Petracic
Natasia Petracic

Irish Dance Troupe

Australian born, Natasia began dancing at the age of 3. She trained in all styles with a strong focus on Irish dance and Classical Ballet. Throughout her dancing career Natasia obtained 7 National Irish dance titles whilst training as a Ballerina with the Australian Ballet School. This led her to be chosen as an original cast member in the international dance show Heartbeat of Home (2013), where she was able to showcase her versatility on their worldwide debut tour. She also toured as lead in Prodijig’s show Footstorm in China.

Natasia is delighted to now be performing in Riverdance, the show that inspired her to pursue Irish dance.

Lauren-Smyth
Lauren Smyth

 Irish Dance Troupe

Lauren was born in Newtownards, Northern Ireland in 1987. Coming from a musical background she began Irish Dancing at the age of 4 with the St. Patrick’s School of Irish Dance. She soon progressed to compete in competition where she won many regional championships including the Ulster and Northern Ireland titles numerous times. At aged 16 Lauren transferred to the Reilly School of Irish Dance where her success in competition continued.

It has always been Lauren’s dream to perform in an Irish Dance show and so she joined Rhythm of the Dance in 2007 where she performed the lead role for 3 years. In 2010 she then progressed to pursue her life long ambition in joining Riverdance. She has loves dancing with the show and looks forward to the up and coming tours and many more successful years with the show.

Brian-Shinners
Brian Shinners

Irish Dance Troupe

From in Co. Tipperary, Brian started dancing at the age of 3 with the Fleming Ball School of Irish Dancing under his teacher Linda Ball Hoban. He had a successful competitive career winning Munster titles, the European championships and medals at the all Ireland and World championships. Since the age of sixteen, Brian has worked seasonally as an entertainer at the Traditional Irish Evening in Bunratty Castle Folk Park which thousands of tourists visit each year. Brian comes from a musical family and has won medals at Fleadh Ceoil na h’Eireann on the bodhran.

After completing his degree in Primary School Teaching (Bachelor of Education), Brian got the opportunity to perform as a dancer and bodhran player in the Japanese production of The Pirate Queen. He has also toured Europe and America with dance show Rhythm of the Dance. Brian was delighted and honoured to get the opportunity to join the amazing Riverdance cast.

Peter-Wilson
Peter Wilson

Irish Dance Troupe

Peter Wilson 21, began dancing at the age of 4 with the Coyle school in Donegal. His competitive career included titles at provincial, national and international level.

In 2012 Peter began his professional career by being one of 12 dancers cast in Breàndan De Gallai’s ‘Rite of Spring’. Peter then went on to tour Asia, Russia, Europe and the US and performed the lead role in ‘Rhythm of the Dance’. Peter would like to thank his teachers and parents for helping him make his lifelong dream come true by joining the cast of Riverdance.

Matt-Bashford
Matt Bashford

Uilleann Pipes / Low Whistle / Tin Whistle

Matt is a native of Limerick City. He began playing and touring with various musical groups and stage shows at a young age. These productions include Micheal Ó Suilleabháin’s Traditional Irish Music Orchestra, Ragús, and The Belfast Irish Harp Orchestra among others. Matt has recorded on RTÉ television programmes, BBC radio documentaries and with other artists including the Irish Tenors and Denis Carey. He has also performed on various orchestral works including Bill Whelan’s Seville Suite at the National Concert Hall in Dublin and Shaun Davey’s Grainneuaile Suite.

He has a graduate degree in Irish Music and Dance Performance at the Irish World Academy of Music at the University of Limerick.

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David Lombardi

David Lombardi grew up in a musical family in Italy where he studied violin and viola at the “Vivaldi Conservatory of Music”. His passion for world folk music, particularly Irish and Scottish traditional music, brought him to Ireland, where he graduated from the “Irish World Academy” with a BA in Irish Traditional Music and Dance. Most recently, David studied at the “Royal College of Music” in Stockholm where he completed his Master’s degree in World Music.

David has toured extensively in Europe, India, Nepal, the Reunion Island and Mauritius, and has performed at high-profile festivals such as “Celtic Connections” in Glasgow and the “Temple Bar Trad Fest” in Dublin.

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Dave McGauran

Saxophone

Dave is a graduate of NUI Maynooth, where he received a BMus and a MA in Music (Composition). A multi instrumentalist he plays Clarinet, Saxophone and Piano. Dave was musical director and co-orchestrator for the world premiere production of Goodnight Mr. Tom: The Musical in November 2008 in Dublin. He has also worked as musical director for Irish productions of Sweeney Todd, Thoroughly Modern
Millie, Rent, The Pirates of Penzance, Mack and Mabel and Crazy for You to name a few. In 2013 he received the award for Best Musical Director from the Association of Irish Musical Societies, for his work on Sweeney Todd.

In 2013 Dave became a co-founder of the highly successful Music for Fun Orchestra, which was set up to encourage music education for all ages in a fun and engaging way. The Orchestra, for which Dave is both arranger and conductor, performs regularly in concert venues around Ireland. Dave has played all over Asia, Europe and America as lead saxophonist with Riverdance, as well as appearing in the DVD Riverdance: Live in Beijing.

Rocio
Rocio Montoya

Rocio started dancing at age 4 in Granada, Spain. At 21, she graduated from El Conservatorio Profesional de Danza, Granada and began working professionally with various flamenco companies and artists including Compañia Andaluza de Danza, Flamencos en Route, Mario Maya, and Rafaela Carrasco.

Rocio has created her own works as well. In 2006, she premiered Acordes Pintados con Palabras and currently has an ongoing show Alhambra Baila. Rocio has performed all over the world as a featured flamenco soloist in Riverdance and most recently added the international dance show Heartbeat of Home to her credits as a flamenco artist/choreographer.

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DeWitt Fleming Jr

Tapper

DeWitt Fleming Jr. is an acclaimed tap dancer, and has performed and taught throughout the United States and abroad. TV: Boardwalk Empire(Eldon Greene), Tours: Riverdance (Lead Tapper/Baritone Soloist), Cirque Du Soliel’s Banana Shpeel(Ensemble, featured tapper). Off- Bwy stage credits include: Cotton Club Parade(Lead/ Nicholas Brother), Dance Bojangles Dance(Bojangles), Highlights in Jazz, Tribute to Tap Legends. Regional: Alliance Theater’s Sophisticated Ladies(Lead).

DeWitt has danced as a soloist with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, the Princeton Symphony Orchestra, Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks, and with artist such as Wynton Marsalis, Marvin Hamlisch, Christian McBride, and Wycliffe Gordon to name a few. New York Times says he is, “a non stop source of rhythmic variety and surprise…. sparks seem to fly from those shoes!” DeWitt is proud to be a Capezio athlete. www.dewittflemingjr.com

Darmesh
Dharmesh Patel

Tapper

Dharmesh Patel graduated from Doreen Bird Performing Arts College in 2007. He has performed at Buckingham Palace for Prince Charles and since graduating has performed in numerous operas for the English National Opera and the Royal Opera House. He starred on Sky 1’s Got to Dance as a semi-finalist and he’s also a member of Plague, who have won the World Hip Hop International Championships in both 2005 & 2011. He was one of the original cast in Bodyguard the Musical in London’s West End and has choreographed and performed for Cirque Du Soleil. He is delighted to be making his Riverdance debut in the Gaiety Theatre.

Michael E. Wood, Riverdance
Michael Wood

Tapper/Baritone

Michael Wood was born in Poughkeepsie, New York, but raised in Dallas, Texas. From before he could remember Michael has had a passion for the performing arts. Growing up he found himself dancing to Michael Jackson and singing to whatever was on the radio. In school he was always a part of the choir, but was never
afforded the opportunity for classical dance training. Finally, at the age of eighteen Michael started his technical dance training at Oklahoma City University, where he studied ballet, jazz, and first put on his tap shoes. After graduating in 2008 with a degree in Dance Performance, Michael spent a couple years as a singer/ dancer on Norwegian Cruise Lines before finally making his way to New York City. Michael is thankful for all the support and encouragement from his friends and family.

Ana-Turcan
Ana Turcan

Riverdance Russian Ensemble/ Dance Captain

The Riverdance Russian Ensemble combines elegance and grace with verve, dynamism and joyous physicality. The company’s dancers come from a diverse mix of cultural backgrounds. What they have in common is a dedication to dance and many years of training and performance in pursuit of perfection in their chosen art. Working as individual performers, they have come together for Riverdance, where they will share their individual talents and fuse the many elements that have gone into the development of their own unique style of dance.

IIya-Burtsev
IIya Burtsev

Riverdance Russian Ensemble

The Riverdance Russian Ensemble combines elegance and grace with verve, dynamism and joyous physicality. The company’s dancers come from a diverse mix of cultural backgrounds. What they have in common is a dedication to dance and many years of training and performance in pursuit of perfection in their chosen art. Working as individual performers, they have come together for Riverdance, where they will share their individual talents and fuse the many elements that have gone into the development of their own unique style of dance.

Evgenii-Gurianov
Evgenii Gurianov

Riverdance Russian Ensemble

The Riverdance Russian Ensemble combines elegance and grace with verve, dynamism and joyous physicality. The company’s dancers come from a diverse mix of cultural backgrounds. What they have in common is a dedication to dance and many years of training and performance in pursuit of perfection in their chosen art. Working as individual performers, they have come together for Riverdance, where they will share their individual talents and fuse the many elements that have gone into the development of their own unique style of dance.

Iana-Hajdau
Iana Hajdau

Riverdance Russian Ensemble

The Riverdance Russian Ensemble combines elegance and grace with verve, dynamism and joyous physicality. The company’s dancers come from a diverse mix of cultural backgrounds. What they have in common is a dedication to dance and many years of training and performance in pursuit of perfection in their chosen art. Working as individual performers, they have come together for Riverdance, where they will share their individual talents and fuse the many elements that have gone into the development of their own unique style of dance.

Eugeniu-Turcan
Eugeniu Turcan

Riverdance Russian Ensemble

The Riverdance Russian Ensemble combines elegance and grace with verve, dynamism and joyous physicality. The company’s dancers come from a diverse mix of cultural backgrounds. What they have in common is a dedication to dance and many years of training and performance in pursuit of perfection in their chosen art. Working as individual performers, they have come together for Riverdance, where they will share their individual talents and fuse the many elements that have gone into the development of their own unique style of dance.

Anna-Vedenina
Anna Vedenina

Riverdance Russian Ensemble

The Riverdance Russian Ensemble combines elegance and grace with verve, dynamism and joyous physicality. The company’s dancers come from a diverse mix of cultural backgrounds. What they have in common is a dedication to dance and many years of training and performance in pursuit of perfection in their chosen art. Working as individual performers, they have come together for Riverdance, where they will share their individual talents and fuse the many elements that have gone into the development of their own unique style of dance.

The Riverdance Irish Dancers
(Principals and Troupe) 1995 to 2011
The Riverdance Musicians
Anuna & the Riverdance Singers
(Soloists & Choir Members)