Main Company

Julia Katcher, Choreographer/Dancer 

julie katcher, axxiom danceJulia Katcher is a graduate from the University of Iowa with a BFA in dance. She has been involved in all genres of dance since she was five. Her dance performances include; Youth in Action, Dancer’s in Company, Jennifer Kayle + Company, Bo jangles; A Day of Tap Dance Chicago, Chicago Human Rhythm Project Scholarship Winner, Duarte Dance Works, Excel Dance Productions. Her theater performances include, Kiss me Kate, Mame, 42nd Street, The Music Man, Tales of Trickery, and the Adventures of Paddington bear. Other appearances by her include, Body painting: Red Bull promotion and Bad Father’s Music Video. Some of her choreographic credentials include being the Artistic Director of ‘F’resh Grooves a hip hop company based out of Iowa City. She has been dancing and choreographing for AXXIOM Dance Collective since 2006 and has enjoyed every minute of the process. She has a huge knowledge of the body and how it moves through her personal training background and currently has received her certification as an Ayurvedic Wellness Coach. To her dance is a constant practice of the mind, body and soul. “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts.”  – Shakespeare.

Seiha Vor, Choreographer/Dancer

seiha vor, axxiom dance collectiveSeiha Vor started dancing at the age of 15 at Crawford High School. Soon thereafter Seiha auditioned for and joined TranscenDance Youth Dance Project, founded by Catherine Corral. While a member of TranscenDancem Seiha performed at a number of venues around San Diego, CA. Seiha would later become a featured choreographer for TranscenDance. Currently, Seiha works as a dance teacher at King Chavez Preparatory Academy where he teaches middle school dance. Seiha is also a featured choreographer and performer with Axxiom Dance Collective. Seiha uses the 4 P’s in his teaching; Practice, Progress, Patients, and Performance. Seiha knows he’s doing his job right when he see’s students taking their own free time to look for the music and keeping busy with the power of rhythm, music and dance.