About The Dragon Sisters The Dragon Sisters (Issa & Odessa) are a multidisciplinary nightlife duo based in Brooklyn. They are equal parts hip hop, pop, and classical. Conceived in the dance theater world, the sisters have stormed stages across the country and internationally. Their work has been featured in publications including Elle Magazine, Vanity Fair, Billboard, and Vogue. Learn more about The Dragon Sisters at http://flow.page/thedragonsisters
About Cain (Odessa) Coleman Cain (Odessa) Coleman (he/him/his/she/her/hers/they/them/theirs) is an artist, curator, and director. They have performed nationally and internationally as a company member with Philadanco, The Martha Graham Dance Company, Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Company and The Metropolitan Opera. Cain is a founder and co-Artistic Director of Coleman Collective–a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the arts through performance, collaboration, and education.
About Issa Perez Issa Perez (he/him/his/she/her/hers/they/them/theirs) is a Brooklyn based rapper, dancer and actor. They were most recently featured in the cast of Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More, and is the co-Artistic Director of ColemanCollective and a member of the House of Xtravaganza. Perez has been featured as a model in campaigns by Adidas, Alexander Wang and Daniel Vosovic’s, The Kit, and on Billboard and Vogue with The Dragon Sisters.
Explore your range and confidence with ‘Heels for Everyone’! lead by NYC premiere performing nightlife duo, The Dragon Sisters (Issa & Odessa). With their years of training and working professionally in the contemporary, commercial and concert dance world, their experience lends to the ability to share with students, peers and other working professionals, about the power of performance. From learning The Dragon Sisters’ distinct warm up style, to captivating an entire room with choreography, this class will help you find strength and freedom through the seductive and empowering art of dancing in heels. This is an open level class, so everyone is welcome. Heels optional but highly encouraged.