A big THANK YOU to...


Dancetheatre David Earle is a fundamental supporter of this group of young artists, from offering subsidized professional training opportunities to providing low cost studio space to world-class artistic mentorship. Without DtDE, this group of dancers would not exist!



GEORGIA SIMMS is the creative director of IMAGEO artworks and choreographer for Water Moves.

She is grateful to have had this opportunity to entertain, animate and engage the Guelph community in a celebration of dance, music and water, building on the energy of last year's event.

Georgia is also a member of the Dancetheatre David Earle company, having apprenticed with this group of artists for over 10 years. Georgia is forever thankful for the support and encouragement that DtDE has provided in the form of scholarship, professional training, performance opportunities and the exposure to the business of dance.

When not performing, Georgia offers modern dance classes for adults, collaborates with other artists in the development of new projects and facilitates innovative dialogue processes integrating arts and communication.




Kerri-Ann is a graduate of the School of the Toronto Dance Theatre and has been apprenticing with Dancetheatre David Earle for the several years.

She teaches dance in Orangeville and is the artistic director of the 369 Collective, a group of young dancers who perform regularly within the community.

Kerri-Ann is also a certified yoga therapist with a passion for wellness and health.



Megan is a graduate of Ryerson University's BFA dance program. After her studies, Megan moved to New York City to pursue a career in performing arts.

Since her return to Guelph, Megan has discovered Guelph’s vibrant arts community, working as an apprentice with Dancetheatre David Earle, IMAGEO artworks, and Dreamwalker Dance Company.











Julia Garlisi is a company member of Dancetheatre David Earle. Along with performing with DtDE, she has the pleasure of working with numerous Canadian dance companies, independent choreographers, film directors, and music producers for various artistic projects.

This year Julia's choreographic work went international touring Italy, Austria, and Germany.



After graduating with a BFA in dance from Ryerson University, Jenna danced as soloist for Ballet Espressivo. In 2007, Jenna made her move to the UK to work at Dance Base, Scotland's National Centre for Dance. She was involved in several projects ranging from dance residencies, dance for film projects, music videos, modelling, to working as assistant to choreographer for Robin Hardy's "The Wicker Tree".

In 2009, Jenna returned to Ontario to perform with International Grand Illusionist Ryan Joyce while returning to Edinburgh for Dance Residencies. Since 2010, Jenna has had the honour of working with Dancetheatre David Earle.

Jenna is also certified in Reiki and practises Intuitive Healing.





Having recently moved from Windsor to Guelph, Jasmin has become a integral part of the Dancetheatre David Earle community, and has performed with IMAGEO since 2012.

She is a graduate of the School of the Toronto Dance Theatre and is also a registered massage therapist.