Bryan Peck is a graduate from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance and a minor in Education. He graduated from San Jacinto College South with an Associate of Arts in Dance. He has worked with many companies in the past such as Suchu Dance, Poetry In Motion Dance Company, and J&D Entertainment. He has trained in modern, jazz, tap, ballet, contemporary, lyrical, hip hop and gymnastics and worked with many choreographers and dancers such as Terrance Harrison from Step Up, Twitch from Step Up 3D, and Tabitha and Napoleon from So You Think You Can Dance. He has attended the American Dance Festival Summer Intensive and the American College Dance Festival with San Jacinto College Dance and UH Dance Ensemble. Bryan has also done modeling for the Halloween Party and Expo; has performed in music videos with Patti LaBelle, Prodigy, Von Won, and Macy Medford; and he has performed in Step Up Revolution with Cindy K's Dance Studio. He is currently doing many different performances with Karen Stokes Dance and also had the opportunity to perform at Merce Cunningham Theatre in New York. Bryan recently choreographed "...ing" and "Contraffinity" in the Emerging Choreographer's Showcase at University of Houston. He has also choreographed for Cindy K's Elite Competition Team, Dance Houston's No Limits Dance Camp, and many high schools in the area. Bryan currently dances with Karen Stokes Dance andUH Dance Ensemble. He is currently teaching Ballet at Rice University.
Jerrica Mark received a Bachelors of Arts in Dance with a minor Mathematics from University of Houston in 2014. She has danced for the UH Dance Ensemble, Dance of Asian America, and Houston Dance Theatre. Jerrica has trained at Mitsi Dancing School, (ballet and Chinese dance,) and Houston Ballet Academy, under Priscilla Nathan Murphy, Cheryene Busche, and Shelly Powers. Jerrica has attended summer intensives with Ballet Adriatico under Anna Marie Holmes in Ascoli Piceno, Italy, Dominic Walsh Dance Theater, and Hope Boikin from Alvin Ailey. Jerrica has performed with Dance of Asian America at Miller Outdoor Theatre. As part of Dance Houston concerts, she has performed Robert Mills' World Groove with Houston Dance Theatre and Fix You, choreographed by Bryan Peck and herself, at the Houston Transplant Games of America Opening Ceremonies 2014. Jerrica has performed works by Karen Stokes, Teresa Chapman, Rebecca Valls, Toni Valle, Jacqueline Nalett, jhon r. stronks, Jennifer Wood, and Sophia Torres. She also attended the American College Dance Festival in 2013 and 2014, where she choreographed and performed Among Heavenly Waters; and performed in several works by others. She is in her second season as a member for KSD.
Stephanie J Henderson received her Bachelor of Science in Fitness and Human Performance from the University of Houston at Clear lake. For 18 years, she taught all levels of ballet, tap, contemporary, hip hop and jazz at Bonnie Siscoe School of Dance. She was also an adjunct dance instructor at San Mac South for 7 yrs. She has attended various dance conventions such as Tremaine and West Coast Dance Explosion. Stephanie danced with the Houston Metropolitan Dance Company from 2000-2002 as an apprentice, where she studied under various choreographers such as Darrell Martin, Kevin Wynn, Patti Obey, Liz Imperio, Randy Duncan and Max Stone. She performed with Exclamation Dance Company from 2003-2005, where she became Managing Director. Stephanie performed at the "Selena Vive" concert in Houston in April 2005 for live, televised, worldwide audience. She performed under the direction of Becky Valls in Memoirs of Sistahood Chapter One at Diverse Works in Houston and in New Orleans. In October 2009, she performed Chapteer two at Barnevelder Movement Arts Complex. Stephanie, and her oldest daughter Sonia, performed together in May 2011. Stephanie married her dance partner, Thomas, in October of 2010. they had their 1st child, Sienna, in September 2011 and their 2nd child, Joseph in 2013. Stephanie loves to share her love and passion of dance with all of her students.