Dolores Sanchez affectionately known as “Dolo,” is a strong versatile mover well versed in tap dance, street jazz, contact improv, and capoeira. She has served as faculty at Peridance Capezio Center, Steps On Broadway, and Broadway Dance Center, as well as adjunct faculty at Pace University for the commercial arts dance program and as a guest teaching artist for the Hope College dance department. Dolores has had the pleasure of studying under Michelle Dorrance and Nicolas Van Young at Jacobs Pillow Summer Tap Program and of performing alongside artists such as Ali Bradley for the debut of “Black Matter,” Joseph Webb’s NYC Company debut, Dancing Buddhas, Michelle Dorrance, Jason Samuels Smith, Sam Weber, Dianne Walker, Chloe Arnold for “Rhythm in Motion,” Maud Arnold, and Derick K. Grant. She is a current member of Chloe Arnold’s company Apartment 33 and has performed at the Harlem Stages, Thalia Theater, Symphony Space, The Producers Club, Playhouse Square, Bitter End, and for Queretaro, Mexico’s Cultural Exchange Program.
Dolores Sanchez visited Philadelphia in 2017 for a series of master classes and rehearsals with, during which she set “CMYK” on the ensemble, the company’s first commissioned choreographic work. This project was supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.