About Collective Moments
Collective Moments Dance Company has been created to acknowledge and represent dancers as individuals, while also responding to and taking influence from the world around them. We seek to explore, play, respond, and construct movements that share collective moments in time with ourselves, our audience, and our communities. We achieve this through live performance, digital work, and film. Our Work engages what it means to be a human being in today's world, both individually and collectively. Collective Moments seeks to use our platform to speak on the importance of mental health advocacy.
Kaylee Mahan - Founder
Kaylee Mahan is a graduate of Roger Williams University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts, in Dance. Kaylee has been fortunate to have spent a semester abroad in London for Dance, where she was immersed in a new world of dance and choreography. Training at the London Contemporary Dance School, The Place, she and her classmates worked closely with Choreographer Renaud Wiser as he set a piece for them to perform back in the States. During her time in London, she studied under educators and choreographers such as Stephen Pelton, Jorge Crecis, and Tory Trotter. At school, Kaylee was fortunate to work with a diverse group of artists such as Sean Curran, Tiffany Mills, Christina Robson, Jenny Rocha, and more. Kaylee has been a dancer and choreographer with Evolve Dynamicz, a Boston-based company since 2017.
Currently, Kaylee is working as a choreographer, and dance educator, and is the Founder and Director of Collective Moments Dance Company.
Her beginning dance training started at Karen Jean White School of Dance and then continued at Paula Meola Dance and Performing Arts before going off to Roger Williams University.