Boom Kat Dance Theatre

Boom Kat Dance Theatre was founded in 2006 by Lili Fuller, Emily Iscoff-Daigian and Adam North with the goal of creating compelling and accessible dance theatre. Since its inception, Boom Kat Dance Theatre has produced evening length dance theater productions including: Revolutions (2007), The Jungle Book (2008), NeverWonderLand (2009), and Stations (2011). The company is in partnership with the Ensemble Theatre Company, a Los Angeles based non-profit organization. In 2010 the company was nominated for two L.A. Ovation Nominations for their remounting of NeverWonderLand. 

Mission Statement:

Boom Kat Dance Theatre is a collection of performing artists dedicated to telling stories through compelling and accessible dance-theatre. Guided by our belief in storytelling as a timeless expression of the human experience, the group uses movement as a universal communication medium to create art that both expresses and illuminates.

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Founded: 2006
Artistic Director: Lili Fuller
Location: Los Angeles

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