Mallauri Esquibel a native of Colorado moved to Los Angeles at the age of 17, right away started working with choreographers such as Tina D’Amato, Mark Meismer, Doug Caldwell, and Brian Friedman. Mallauri was a principle dancer for Mark Meismers professional company Evolution where she worked along side Dee Caspary, Justin Giles, Jason Parsons, and Liz Imperio. She then moved to Utah to be a featured dancer in the well respected company Odyssey Dance Theater, where she did shows in Utah, as well as a week at the Ailey center in New York City, a European tour, and had the opportunity to perform at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics. Mallauri has assisted Tyce Diorio on Season 2-9 of So You Think You Can dance. Can also be seen dancing on Dancing with the stars, Jimmy Kimmel, Good Morning America, VH1 Divas, Glee, House, Bones, Warren the ape, Cold Case, High school Musical 1, 2 and 3. She is the featured ballerina in the remake of the legendary 80’s movie FAME. She was also the animated body double for the princess and the frog for Disney’s The Princess and the Frog. She has danced for Artists such as Paula Abdul, Joss Stone, Jordin Sparks, The Gypsy Kings, Florence and the Machine, and Leona Lewis. She toured around the world with AR Rahman, and the opportunity to perform with him for his win of the Nobel Peace Prize. Mallauri was a featured ensemble as well as dance captain for the Broadway musical “Wonderland” choreographed by Marguerite Derricks. She had the opportunity to featured on the cover of the December issue of Dance spirit. She recently finished the 1st national tour of the Frank Sinatra show “Come Fly Away” choreographed by Twyla Tharp. You can see Mallauri as a series regular on the ABC family TV series “Bunheads” as well as dancing in the new movie “Behind the Candleabra” Starring Michael Douglass and Matt Damon. She was also cast as one of the principle dancers for the remake of Dirty Dancing that has recently been postponed. She is anxiously waiting to get back into the studio with Mr. Kenny Ortega. Mallauri was also on the RED world tour with Taylor Swift. Although Mallauri loves being on the stage her heart is in teaching. Her knowledge of training and technique has taken her around the US, Canada, Japan, Germany and London.