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Bianca Maza-Robles

Bianca has a B.S. in Health Science with an emphasis in Pre-PA, with a minor in Dance 

Certifications. She grew up dancing in the Bay Area at Studio S. Broadway Academy of Dance. Her dance techniques include tap, jazz, ballet, pointe, hip hop, contemporary, and acro.


While at Studio S. Broadway Academy of Dance, Bianca competed at conventions such as L.A.D.M., Pulse, Nuvo, Jump, and Hollywood Vibe, where they won first place in Musical Theatre. She went on to attend Chapman University as a Dance Minor where she was mentored by Chapman teachers Brandee Lara, Sean Greene, and Will Johnston. Additionally, she worked with artists such as Sarah Reich, Melinda Sullivan, Chloe Arnold, Maude Arnold, Evan Ruggiero, Sammy Williams, and Dante Lara.


During her years at Chapman University, Bianca performed and choreographed in the Happy Chappy Tappy dance show for four years. As part of the dance program, she performed in several showcases that were run by the students and the dance department. In 2016, she participated in a Senior Thesis project called "Going Mental the Musical." In 2017 and 2018, Bianca was part of the biggest Chapman fundraiser called "Chapman Celebrates", which is a performance led by students from the College of the Performing Arts. In 2019, she participated in the short film called "In a Beat," starring Chloe Arnold. 

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