Ana Brotons (she/her)
Born and raised in Miami, FL, Ana Brotons found her love for the movement arts at a young age. From studio to magnet middle and high schools, she trained extensively in ballet, modern, jazz, tap, hiphop, salsa, and acrobatics. During her time at the University of the Arts, Ana received her BFA in Modern Dance Performance and was fortunate to present works from some esteemed choreographers including but not limited to Roni Koresh, Christopher Huggins, Curt Haworth, Brian Sanders, and Helen Simoneau, to name a few. After graduating, Ana performed two National Tours of the children's show SuperWHY LIVE. Settling down in Los Angeles, Ana found a home with DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion. For 10 years Ana collaborated in creations, performed nationally and internationally, taught residencies, tour /stage managed and rehearsal directed the acclaimed Veteran's Project, as well as performing on America's Got Talent. She is currently an MFA Candidate at the University of Arizona, honing her movement and teaching styles to share with the next generation of artists.