The Group

The Performers

Stephanie Jingle

Stephanie Jingle is a native of Bellaire, OH.  She received her BFA in ballet from Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA.   Stephanie also studied at Nashville Ballet and Hubbard Street Dance in Chicago.  “Jingle” has danced with Pillow Project Dance Co., worked as a featured dancer on the set of Step Up, and toured with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines performing with such artist as Marty Thomas and Jennifer Hudson. You can see her in music videos for Telling on Trixie, The Woodpeckers, Hugo, and Tori Green.  Her credits with The MoveShop include Wonderlust (performer) and Racine D’or (performer and co-choreographer).  When not working with the company Stephanie is teaching and setting choreography nationally and internationally. To see more check out

Quincy Ellis

Quincy Ellis is a trained actor, gymnast, and figure skater from Augusta, ME.  He received a BFA in Acting from Emerson College in Boston, MA, and has trained with Shakespeare & Co., Springboard NYC, Swordplay, and various dance studios in New York City.  In addition to performing on stage, Quincy has choreographed both dance and stage combat for many companies in the city.  He is also an active member of the teaching community and spends the school year at the Neighborhood Playhouse Junior school in Midtown Manhatten teaching both movement and acting to young performers.  He has been an active member of The MoveShop since its inception in 2005 with the producion of Black Feathers.

The Band

Colin Summers

Colin Summers is an actor, writer, musician, and composer.  Always on the lookout for interdisciplinary performance work, Colin loves exploring the underbelly of where music and theater meet.  Personal projects in the works for Colin include a psychedelic surf-rock musical, a 100% true story docu-musical, and recording and gigging with his 7-piece expereimental toy-rock band with a self explanatory name: Toys and Tiny Instruments. Colin has been with The MoveShop since 2008.

Cydney McQuillan-Grace
Lead Vocalist/Performer

Cydney McQuillan-Grace is a Brooklyn based actor and vocalist.  She attended Emerson College for acting and Berklee School of Music for voice.  Cydney has been working with The MoveShop since 2006.  You can visit her at for more!

The Creative Team

Sam Owens
Company Manager

Sam Owens was raised in Essex Junction, Vermont and is a graduate of Hofstra University where she studied Dance and Business Management.  She began working administratively with The MoveShop in 2012 and saw the company through their 2013 Southern Tour of Racine D'or where she also had the role of stage manager.  Sam also works at the Mark Morris Dance Group as an Operations Associate and dances for o f  b o n e s || h o l l y e  b y n u m. Previously she was the Administrative Assistant with Robin Becker Dance for two years.

Katherine Akiko Day
Set & Costume Designer

Katherine has a B.A. in Art History and Film Studies from Dartmouth College and an M.F.A. in Scenic Design from Yale University where she received the Oenslager Fellowship.  Recent assistant credits include: FELA! (London and UK), Sister Act (UK), This (Center Theater), From the Fire, Carson McCullers (Rattlestick), A Room With A View (Old Globe), and Detroit (Playwrights Realm).  Regional credits include: costumes for The Master Builder (Yale Repertory Theater) and the set for The Servant of Two Masters (Yale Repertory Theater & DC Shakespeare Theatre).  Her most recent NYC design credits include: costumes for The Good Egg (14th St. Y), set and costumes for Gentrifusion (14th St. Y), set for A Shot Away (14th St. Y), props for Playwright's Horizons Dramatis Personae (Playwright's Horizon), costumes for The Odyssey (Wing's Theater), Associate Set Design for The Flea and The Professor (Arden Theater), set and costumes for The MoveShop's Wanderlust and Racine D'or, Assistant Art Director for the film Half the Perfect World, and Production Designer for the film Emoticon.


Liza Hostetler-Ingalls
Co-founder, Former Choreographer

Liza Hostetler-Ingalls graduated magna cum laude from Emerson College in 2005 with a degree in Musical Theatre, Philosophy, and Dance.  She has been associated with the Jeanette Neill Dance Studio since 2000 in performing, teaching and choreographing capacities, working with Sybil Huggins, Didi Ilunga, Ricardo Foster Jr., and Kelly Peters in a variety of dance styles, including hip-hop, tap, and jazz.  She also studied jazz, ballet, and movement at Emerson College with Marlena Yanetti, Lorraine Chapman, and Elizabeth Waterhouse.  Hostetler-Ingalls works as Executive Producer for Unytes Stylz Productions, and Co-Artistic Director for their hip-hop performance group, US Crew.  Unyted Sylz Productions performs in and around Boston.

In 2009, Hostetler-Ingalls assembled some of Boston's most renowned performance groups, including OrigiNation, Rainbow Tribe and Losst Unnown to perform in Unyted Stylz's first annual full-length stage production, "Circles", at Boston University.  Since then, she has produced "Circles 2.0", served as associated producer for "Circles III" (taking a year off from being completely in charge in order to start a family), recruiting a wider range of Boston talent, including visual artists, musicians and improv comedy troupes.  "Circles: 4th Quarter" is currently in preproduction and will open in Boston in October 2012.

Liza was co-founder, co-producer and choreographer for the The MoveShop from 2005-2009, along with Artistic Director Leslie Guyton.  Hostetler-Ingalls is currently Creative Director of LBArts Collective.


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