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Molly Keczan began her exploration of movement as a rhythmic gymnast which lead her to travel throughout North America and too such far out places as the Czech Republic and Belgium. At the age of 16 Molly followed her love for dance, and began training Russian Ballet at the Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts under Vitek Wincza. Now, with a BFA in hand as a graduate of Ryerson University’s Dance program, where she studied with highly noted staff and worked with choreographers such as, Christopher House, Robert Glumbek, Darryl Tracy and Yvonne Ng. Now, Molly is thrilled to return to her monkey roots and climb things again. She loves to collaborate with the brilliant and star filled minds of the HerciniArts Collective and most recently traveled to Montreal to be part of Lady Peasblossoms Sanctuary on the Zoofest stage. Molly is inspired by such companies as Pilobolus, Cirque Du Soleil and Shen Wei Dance Arts and has a goal of creating a different dimension of dance through the use of aerial space.
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