Phoenix, AZ, USA
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Having virtually grown up on-stage, Tosha is well versed in all facets of performing arts both on and off stage. She is an accomplished dancer, actress, and choreographer, and has extensive experience with the technical behind-the-scenes aspects of the theater.
Tosha was drawn to the stage from an early age; she began performing at age 3 and has immersed herself in the theater in the years since. Her dance training includes jazz, tap, ballet and cultural movements.
Most recently her work has been seen in Las Vegas on stage in “Parallax” and X-Factor’s “Tora Woloshin’s CD Release Concert”. Her choreography has also been seen in such productions as “Sweet Charity” and “Chicago” with Studio Connections, "A Thousand Cranes" and "The Crucible" at Pima Community College, as well as numerous productions with dance studios over the last decade.
Tosha’s performance credits include working with the Moscow Ballet, the Arizona Ballet, The Coexistence Exhibit World Tour, and T-Jamz at Universal City Walk in Los Angeles. Some of her favorite roles include; Rusty in "Footloose" and Phyllis Dale in "42nd Street".
Other credits include being awarded the title of Ms. Starr Pass Tucson, TMM Best Actor Nomination and Featured Actor, The American Amateur Model & Talent Competition's Overall Talent of the Year, Best Character Dance in the Cinderella International Program, and being named 1st alternate to overall teen crown in the Arizona State Cinderella Program.
In recent years, Tosha has pursued her love of choreography, developing and teaching choreography for a number of shows. Her philosophy is that dance is more than simply movement; it is an outward expression that comes from the heart. She believes that everyone has the ability to dance and she works to bring out the best in performers to achieve a well round theater experience. She explains, “Everything I do comes from a place of love, hard work, and crazy passion.”