Emily Patricia Ingersoll native of Mahwah, New Jersey grew up dancing at the
King Centre for the Performing arts where she continues to teach and choreograph. Since she began teaching there in 2014, she has won numerous awards for her choreography on the American Youth Dance Company dancers. She graduated from Montclair State University in 2018 with a BFA in Dance. She was awarded the Linda Roberts Outstanding Senior Award by the Department of Theater and Dance at Montclair State for exemplary academic and artistic work throughout her entire course of study in the Program. During her time at Montclair State, Ingersoll performed in works by Martha Graham, Larry Keigwin, Shapiro and Smith, Christian von Howard, Nancy Lushington, Jessica DiMauro, Fredrick Earl Mosley and many more. She has also studied at The Paul Taylor American Modern Dance Winter Intensive, the Earl Mosley Institute of the Arts Diversity of Dance Winter Repertory Performance in NYC, Keigwin and Company summer dance intensive in NYC, and the Earl Mosley’s Institute of the Arts in Kent, Connecticut. She just recently finished the Arch Contemporary Ballet Summer Intensive where she was invited to perform with the company in their main stage show. She has performed in venues such as New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Madison Square Garden, Manhattan Movement and Art Center, and Graham Studios NYC. She also took part in the American College Dance Association event in both 2017 and 2018 and was selected to perform at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. in June 2018. While there Ingersoll received the Dance Magazine Award for Outstanding Performance. This past year she put on her first collaborative show, Uncharted, where she premiered her newest piece entitled beyond the tainted.