• JON PAUL Associate Director

    After nearly a decade performing for and choreographing for Blue13, Jon Paul became the Associate Artistic Director of the ensemble in 2019.  Jon Paul began dancing professionally in the Midwest, where he co-founded and choreographed for 625 Beat Street Dance Company. He has worked with artists such as Marques Houston, Lance Bass, Radio Disney’s Justin Stein, and Olympic Medalist Ashley Wagner. Jon Paul has danced commercially for Oscar Meyer, E3 Gaming Convention, and MTV Spring Break. His choreography has been featured in productions such as The Wiz and Godspell!, as well as for Honda and BCBGMAXAZRIA. Jon Paul also teaches classes throughout Los Angeles, as well as workshops and masterclasses around the country.

  • KIRBY HARRELL Ensemble

    After falling into dance in his teens, Kirby Harrell enrolled at LA Valley College, training in Ballet, Jazz, Modern Dance, and Dance for Film and Stage. From there, he was accepted into the Debbie Allen Dance Academy, where he studied Flamenco, Dunham, Horton, Graham, African and Hip Hop. Harrell has performed with the Academy in three Concerts, one Gala, three music videos, and the classic BET televised production, The Hot Chocolate Nutcracker with Raven Symone, and Ms. Debbie Allen herself. Crowned Mr. Hollywood Burlesque 2015, Harrell has also performed nationally with professional Modern, Samba, Flamenco, Burlesque and Bollywood Dance companies such as, Blue13 Dance Company, Daurden Contemporary Dance Theatre, Samba Samba, and Louise Reichlin and Dancers. He has danced for music artists Elvis Crespo, Pattie Brooks, and Ricky Rebel. Harrell’s choreography has been featured in film, (CockTales), TV (TengoTalento, Mucho Talento) and live in many shows and revues in Los Angeles.


    Adrianna Vieux is a dancer from Long Beach, California, trained in a variety styles, from jazz, ballet, contemporary, modern, and pointe, to jazz funk, hip-hop, and Bollywood. Adrianna started dancing at the age of 3. At the age of 12 her grandmother signed her up to be a part of MMSDance where she study under Bryana Verner and Cynthia Howell for 5 years. Adrianna also attended Stephens Fame Middle for the Arts and Renaissance High school for the arts, and gained a certificate from International Dance Academy in Hollywood. Adrianna recently performed Achinta S. McDaniel solo work “…but by others’ seeing” for the Women’s Rising festival at Hollywood’s Ford Theatres, receiving critical acclaim for her performance.


    Kistina Pressler has toured nationally, danced on national broadcast television, and performed with numerous dance companies.  Some performance highlights include Disney California Adventure Festival of Holidays with Blue13 Dance Company, NBC’s The Tonight Show, and her performance in the award winning film “Allegro Scratch.”  Kistina has choreographed for Los Angeles dance festivals, musicals, curated art projects, web series’ and concert dance shows.  She is a full time dancer and teaching artist in Southern California.  2020 marks Kistina’s fourth season with Blue13.

  • Jacquelyn Buckmaster-Wright
    Jacquelyn Buckmaster-Wright Ensemble

    Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, Jacquelyn began training in ballet at Nevada Ballet Theatre at the age of seven. After graduating from performing arts high school Las Vegas Academy in dance and theatre, she received her Bachelors of Arts in Dance with a concentration in Modern from Point Park University. Upon graduation, Jacquelyn performed as a singer and dancer in the Motown show Solid Gold Soul at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. Since moving to Los Angeles in 2017, Jacquelyn has performed with Louise Reichlin & Dancers/Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers, Lula Washington Dance Theatre, and Blue13 Dance Company. Jacquelyn aspires to work in other forms of self-expression, and is always looks for opportunities to advance in her dance training as well as her choreographic and performance career.

  • Robert Christopher Gomez
    Robert Christopher Gomez Ensemble

    Robert Christopher Gomez  is from Los Angeles, California. His dance training began at Renaissance High School For The Arts, where he studied African, Jazz, Modern, and Ballet.  After graduating, Robert danced under the direction of Tawny Chapman with Leverage Dance.  Since then, he has since studied and performed with various disciplines from the Maple Conservatory Of Dance, Kobi Rozenfeld, Erin Landry, Valarie Cabag, Deborah Brockus and more.

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