Kristine Covillo holds a BFA degree with Honors in Dance from The Ailey School/Fordham University. She began her NYC dance career with Ballet Hispanico of NY, where she was a company member and teacher. Additionally, she toured internationally as a soloist dancer with Tania Perez-Salas Compania de Danza of Mexico.
She was a member of the world famous NYC Rockettes, performing at Radio City Music Hall and in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
On Broadway, Kristine was in the original casts of the Broadway revivals of West Side Story and Evita (with Ricky Martin). Further stage credits include performing at Paper Mill Playhouse and The St. Louis MUNY. In addition to performing on stage, Kristine has made numerous television appearances including recurring roles as a principal dancer in the 1st season of the hit NBC show SMASH and in the Italian TV show AMICI. She has also performed numerous times at the Tony Awards, including the 2011 opening number with Neil Patrick Harris.
Adam Ray Dyer was born and raised in Appleton, Wisconsin. He moved to New York City as a Richard Ellner Scholar at Broadway Dance Center and finished his dance training in the BFA program of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre/ Fordham University.
He is currently performing in Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark on Broadway. Adam has performed as an acrobat, aerialist, and dancer in the aquatic cirque spectacular Le Reve at Wynn Las Vegas. He has toured the country with the Tony winning Broadway Musical Contact. For Walt Disney Entertainment Adam was an original cast member in Finding Nemo - The Musical and enjoyed dancing principle roles in Festival of the Lion King and on the Disney Cruise Line.