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Agata Dulęba - a graduate of the Krakow Academy of Dance "L'art de la danse", a dancer at the Ludowy Theater in Krakow. She studied dance at the Pro Studio at the Krakow Choreographic Center, and in 2019 she graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw (specialization in Choreography and Dance Theory). She danced at Pascal Touzeau's Dance Work Factory in Bordeaux for a year.

Mateusz Krzysiak - is a final year student at the Institute of Dance Art at Anton Bruckner Privatuniversität in Linz, Austria at the faculty of Contemporary Dance and Dance Pedagogy. Erasmus+ scholarship holder at the Conservatoire National Supérieur Musique et Danse de Lyon in France at the Faculty of Contemporary Dance. Mateusz was an intern at CCN de Rillieux-la-Pape - Yuval Pick Company, and he collaborated with artists such as Julien Monty, Dor Mamalia & Dariusz Nowak, Ryan Mason and Annette Leal-Lopez.


Vitaliia Vaskiv - a graduate of choreography studies at the Academy of Music in Łódź. She took part in an international project in Germany called "Signs of the Times" under the direction of Anna-Wytych Wierzgacz and Elżbieta Aleksandrowicz. In Lviv, together with the TILo dance theater, she co-created the performance “Hunger. Desire. Piece." as part of the Art Resistentia project. She took part in a performance in Lithuania as part of the "KAUNAS2022" program together with Nuepiko dancers, and her original duo "3..2..1 .. Start" won awards in numerous competitions. She trained with such people as: Anna Piotrowska, Zuzanna Kasprzyk, Jacek Owczarek, Anna Wytych-Wierzgacz, Krzysztof Skolimowski, Witold Jurewicz.


Angele Villanueva - a graduate of the Ballet School in Gdańsk. She started with sports acrobatics at PTG Sokół Kraków, representing Poland at the European and World Championships. She participated in TV shows like Got Talent and Mali Giganci, which contributed greatly to the start of her dance career. She made guest appearances on many Polish and foreign stages. Laureate and winner of many national and international competitions, including the XXI and XXII Polish National Dance Competition Wojciech Wiesiołłowski in Gdańsk, the 11th International Choreographic Competition Bożena Kociołkowska in Bytom. She is also a scholarship holder of the "Złote Pointy" ballet competition.


Martyna Warzocha - a graduate of the Ballet School of Roman Turczynowicz in Warsaw. Semi-finalist of the Young Dancer of the Year 2021, laureate of the 12th International Choreographic Competition in Chorzów in 2021, winner of the Special Award of the President of the Foundation for the Art of Dance, and finalist of the 22nd Polish National Dance Competition. Wojciech Wiesiołowskiego 2022. Martyna is still a part of Focus Dance Divisions and took part in such performances as "Stańczyk", "Niobe", "Paganini", "Memoria", "Nad dark i zimnem seaside".

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Anna Banasik - a graduate of the Academy of Music in Łódź with specialization in choreography and dance techniques. Since 2017, she has been cooperating with the V6 Theater in Łódź as a dancer. Anna gained her stage experience working with the Nowy Theater and the Witkacy Theater. She reached the final gala at the International SoloDuo Competition in Budapest. In 2016-2018 she was associated with the Kijo Dance Theater. She took part in the “Re: Rosas” project under the supervision of Iza Szostak. She joined the company for performances "Faceless | Less Face" and "Kepler 22b".


Michał Adam Góral - graduated from Codarts University for the Arts in Holland. After finishing his studies he worked with Het Internationaal Danstheater in Amsterdam, Derida Dance Company in Bulgaria, Korzo Theater in The Hague, Theatre Komedia, Warsaw Chamber Opera, Dance Theatre Caro, Zawirowania  Dance and Compagnie THOR in Brussels. As an independent artists he have created shows like „Waterfallin”, “N°2”, “Quo Tendis”, “Bolero”, few music videos and movement material for Sony’s PlayStation4  award winning game, “Bound”. Michał joined B'cause Dance Company for the production "Faceless | Less Face" and danced also in "Kepler 22b" and "Do łez".

Dorota Koprowska - dancer, dance and pole dance instructor, as well as a master of arts and a licensed physiotherapist. She has been professionally engaged in dance for over 12 years. Dorota has extensive education as well as stage, pedagogical and choreographic experience. A graduate of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw in the field of Dance, specializing in Choreography and Dance Theory, as well as the Academy of Physical Education in Krakow in the field of physiotherapy. Dorota joined the company for the production of "Faceless | Less Face", "Kepler 22b" and "Do łez".


Jakub Mędrzycki - from the age of 11 associated with the contemporary dance company Caro Dance. In 2015 he graduated from the Codarts University of Arts in Rotterdam in the field of contemporary dance. From January 2016 to June 2019, Kuba was a member of the Swedish dance theater Norrdans. Jakub is the creator of such shows as "WE ARE", "Comfy Zone", "Mrowisko", "Cold day in Mexico", "Staccato Line" and "Luminous shadows". Kuba joined B'cause Dance Company for the production "Podróż | Journey" and has danced also in "Kepler 22b" as well as "Do łez".


Dominika Stróżewska - received professional education in the field of contemporary dance and dance pedagogy at Anton Bruckner Private Universitat in Linz (Austria) and at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Cologne (Germany). She had a pleasure of working with Regina van Berkel, Evangelos Poulinas, Dorota Łęcka, Thierry Verger, Matthew Tusa and Melanie Lomoff. In September 2019, she joined the B'cause Dance Company and appeared in all the company's productions.

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