BA in Theater, USC
Shiloh is a choreographer, educator and performer from Yosemite, CA. She earned her Theatre degree from USC, and then quickly began traveling the world! She has flown as the Little Mermaid over audiences in Tokyo, has lead a 200-person flashmob in Times Square, and has taught dance to children from the leprosy colonies in Southern India. Most recently, she made her Broadway debut in PARADISE SQUARE, for which she learned to Irish step dance! Other New York theatre credits includes (Love Life, Encores), Off-Broadway (Anthem, The Screwtape Letters), regionally (Berkeley Rep, Sacramento Music Circus, Riverside, Bay St Theatre, Transcendence Theatre Co), on tour (Camelot), and in opera (Santa Fe Opera). Shiloh has choreographed Cabaret, Spring Awakening, Aida, (Gallery Players, NYC) and Dance Nation (AADA). She had the joy of associate choreographing for Public Theatre’s Twelfth Night at the Delacorte, Chess at the Kennedy Center, the world premier of To Wong Foo the musical, and The New World at Bucks County Playhouse. She also is on the dance faculty at AMDA and NYU.