Amanda Blauer

Amanda Blauer

Amanda Blauer grew up in Lexington, MA and trained pre-professionally in Boston with Boston Youth Moves. She graduated Magna cum Laude from George Mason University in 2011 with a BFA in Dance. At GMU she performed works by Lar Lubovitch, Mark Morris, Doug Varone, Ohad Naharin, David Parsons, Christopher D’amboise and Susan Shields. Since moving to New York, she has worked with Naganuma Dance and received a Pilates certification. She is thrilled to be dancing with KDNY.

Amanda Blauer

Jamison Goodnight

Jamison Goodnight was born and raised in Vineland, New Jersey. She began her dance training as at Maxine’s Studio of Dance and was a member of the Vineland Regional Dance Company, under the direction of Maxine Chapman, throughout high school. She continued her education on scholarship at SUNY Purchase and graduated in May 2009 with a B.F.A in Dance Performance. Over the years Ms. Goodnight has had the opportunity of working with renowned choreographers such as Doug Varone, Helen Pickett, Ronen Koresh, and the late Jonathan Phelps. She has also danced with the Amy Marshall Dance Company, Syren Modern Dance , Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company, and has taught at various dance studios in the area. This is her first season with KDNY and she is having the time of her life.

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Alice Pucheu

Alice Pucheu, a proud Louisiana native, relocated to New York City to train in the Certificate Program at The Ailey School. Her love and study of multiple forms of dance has allowed her the opportunity to perform on stage and screen in the U.S. and Europe. Her most recent credits include working with Italian choreographer Enzo Celli’s Avir Dance Company, a music video for recording artist Olivia, performances with Jennifer Archibald’s Arch Dance, and two film projects for French directors Michael Xerri and Julie Dayan. Alice holds a Bachelors degree in Media Studies from Hunter College and when not dancing, works as a Project Manager at Pro Bono Net. She joined KDNY in 2012 and is enjoying the journey it is allowing her to take.