MING-BO LAM is known, first and foremost, for her love of dance and ability to share that passion with all whom she encounters. Her choreography is rooted in her classical foundations, infused with urban and commercial influences, and guided by strong internal dialogue and emotional undertones. Lam graduated with an Honours BFA in Theatre Performance Dance, from Ryerson University, as Valedictorian. Since graduating, she has crossed the line between classical dance genres and the commercial industry, choreographing for theatre productions (SeXT: Sex Education by Theatre; Mixie and the Halfbreeds, produced by fu-GEN Theatre Company) and independent dance projects and commissions (Soulpepper Theatre's Shen Development Series; The Garage TO; Dancestreams Youth Dance Company; Dark Dance Company). Select performance credits include the Much Music Video Awards, the Toronto Raptors’ Dance Pak, and the NBA All Star Weekend 2016. Lam has extensive experience working with dance film. Her work has been featured by Canada's dance magazine, The Dance Current, and her film If You Leave was accepted to both the Toronto International Short Film Festival and the Utah Dance Film Festival. In addition to being on faculty at Toronto's Underground Dance Centre, Lam teaches for Dancing with Parkinson's Canada and is certified by Dance for PD. Currently, Lam works as a freelance dancer, choreographer, adjudicator, and educator. You can learn more about her work at www.mingbolam.com
Breanna is a multi-talented performer & choreographer who is one of the few born and raised in Vancouver, B.C. She has intensively trained in Vancouver, Los Angeles and Tokyo in a variety of art forms such as Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Hip Hop, Contemporary, Modern, Lyrical and Musical Theatre.
As a performer, Breanna's long list of Television and Film appearances includes Warner Bros. featured film "The Fantastic Four" with Jessica Alba, "The Sixth Man" featuring Marlon Wayans, the Disney production "So Weird" also the one hour live TV special with recording artist Love Inc and General Motors Grand Opening featuring guests such as Shania Twain and Blue Rodeo. Although you might not recognize her, Breanna also appeared as the principal role in the movie "Scooby Too Monsters Unleashed" as the dancing Scooby Doo where she worked alongside Matthew Lillard, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr. Seth Green and Breanna's ultimate favorite the late Peter Boyle. She also has danced on Commercials such as "Coors Light" and "Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines" among others.
Breanna’s credits include performing with Charo, Ben Vereen, Boys 2 Men, TV series "Instant Star" Alexz Johnson, Base is Base, the Country Music Awards, the Las Vegas Legends, BMG Germany recording artist Sarah Connors and the Vancouver Grizzlies Extreme Dance Team. Her enthusiasm for entertaining has given her the opportunity to also perform for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and as a lead at Disneyland in Tokyo, Japan.
With her passion, creativity and unique style, Breanna's award-winning choreography has led her the opportunity to choreograph for some of our National Sports Leagues such as NLL Vancouver Ravens Fly Girls where she was also played the role of Entertainment Coordinator for the team and CFL B.C Lions Dance Team. Breanna's talents carried her to teach in numerous dance studios and has special guest to public and private schools across Vancouver lower mainland. She also has spread her love for dance at the well-known Broadway Dance Centre in Tokyo, Japan and was hired by the Texas school board to create a dance company to showcase and celebrate the art form throughout the United States. Breanna's positivity and extensive career in dance has also currently gained her a position for choreographing for Disney Seas and Shanghai Disneyland audition tours.
Her list of accomplishments also includes modeling for Miss Sixty, New Balance, Tommy Hilfiger, Westbeach, Killah, Polo, Revlon, Mac and Joico.
Breanna hopes everyone can benefit from her diverse experience in the industry and will absorb her fun upbeat attitude for dance.