Kimberly began her dance training at Stars Studio of Dance in 1999. Starting in 2001 she also began participating in competitive gymnastics at the Hatboro YMCA. In 2007, Kimberly switched from competitive gymnastics to join the competition team at Stars until her graduation in 2013. While at Stars Kim built her technique in contemporary, lyrical, modern, tap, jazz, hip-hop, and ballet. Kim went on to join Shippensburg University’s InMotion Dance Troupe and participated as both a dancer and choreographer for the team all four years she participated. After graduating from college in December of 2017 with a BA in Psychology with a Disability Studies Minor, Kim became an Assistant Teacher at a preschool for children with Autism where she helps to provide 1:1 instruction with the students. Kim is currently a dancer with Labyrinth Dance Company and loves that Labyrinth provides such an amazing opportunity to be able to continue dancing and performing while also being able to balance a full-time job.
Haley began her dance training at Pennsylvania Regional Ballet (formerly Cumberland Dance Company). She graduated with a BA in Dance from DeSales University where she studied under Trinette Singleton, Julia Mayo, and Tara Madsen Robbins. While at DeSales she performed works by Trinette Singleton, Julia Mayo, Antony Tudor, and MADBOOTS co-founders Austin Diaz and Jonathan Campbell. She has also studied at various summer intensives including Joffrey Texas and Paul Taylor American Modern Dance. Since graduating DeSales, she has performed in the ETC Performance Series, Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers’ Inhale/Exhale Performance Series, Jersey Fringe Festival, and the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Haley is a member of Labyrinth Dance Company, Allegory Dance Theatre, and a resident artist with TKDance lab. She is currently a Residential Support Specialist with Barber National Institute.
Olivia received her B.A in Theatre and Dance from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 2013 where she found a passion for choreography and performance art in the University Theatre and University Dance Company. She received a Certificate of Merit from the Kennedy Center of Performing Arts, ACTF Region II for her assistant choreography in the musical, "She Loves Me." After graduation, Olivia was a character and parade performer at Sesame Place in Langhorne, PA during the holiday seasons. For the past several years, Olivia has been a teaching artist throughout Delaware and Chester Counties incorporating yoga, theatrics and improvisation for students of all ages. She has danced with Long2 Dance Company, and has been a company member of the Andrea Mychaels Dance Project since 2014. In addition to performing, Olivia is a freelance choreographer in the greater Philadelphia area; choreographing musicals for The Player's Club of Swarthmore, Limelight Performing Arts Center and Abington Senior High School. Olivia is thrilled to dance and choreograph for the talented ladies of Labyrinth.
Margaret is originally from Hershey, Pennsylvania and studied dance primarily at Hershey School of Dance under the direction of Kelly Strange. Margaret was one of 30 dancers selected to attend the Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts as a ballet
major in high school. She graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Computational Mathematics and a minor in Dance. While attending Penn State, Margaret was a member of Orchesis Dance Company where she performed, choreographed, taught company classes, and acted as the elected treasurer. Margaret has performed with ContempraDance Theater Company, the Andrea Mychaels Dance Project, the Nickerson Rossi Dance Choreographic Residencies Showcase, and the PMT Dance Studio Showcase. She currently teaches ballet and pointe classes at
ContempraDance School. Margaret absolutely loves being part of Labyrinth Dance Company!
Originally from Baltimore, MD, Minna began dancing at the age of 3. She trained at local studios growing up and was captain of her high school dance team. She attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst and received a Bachelors Degree with an Individual Concentration (BDIC) in Dance and Arts Management. During her time at UMass she served as captain, dancer, and choreographer for StageCrew Dance Team and also founded the Springs Arts Showcase, a performance opportunity for the various dance and performing arts student organizations on campus. Upon moving to Philadelphia, Minna joined Beyond Dance Company as a dancer and choreographer. She has also had her choreography selected and showcased in the ETC Performance Series and IDA Blackbox Showcase. In March 2017 she performed in MUSE, a dance project exploring femininity by Renzoku DanceWorks.