Sharol’s first experience of dance was in her birthplace Swaziland. Moving to England in 2005, she soon obtained a place with Swindon Dance CAT scheme and later joined Na- tional Youth Dance Company in 2012.
Her contemporary dance training progressed and she graduated from Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance with a first- class honours degree in 2017. Upon graduat- ing from Rambert she worked on short projects with Arielle Smith Dance, Richard Chappell and Mark Bruce before joining VERVE, the Postgraduate Performance Company of the Northern School of Contemporary Dance (2017-2018). With whom she performed works by Matthew Robinson, Lenka Vagnerova, Hannes Langolf and Sita Ostheimer on a Na- tional and European tour.
Since finishing VERVE Sharol has toured nationally in Matthew Bournes: Romeo and Juliet and Mark Bruce Com- pany’s: Return to Heaven.
Sharol has collaborated with of RCD since 2017, performing in tours of At the end we begin (2018-19) and as an original cast member of Still Touch (2017-19). In 2020, Sharol featured in RCD's film Present With Me.
Faye Stoeser is a contemporary dancer based in London and trained at London Studio centre where she received First Class Honors Degree. She recently attained a First for her Masters with Rambert2. During Rambert 2, Faye worked with choreographers such as Benoit Swan Pouffer and Ohad Naharin and continues to work with Rambert as a guest artist. Faye is currently freelancing working with Richard Chappell Dance, Agudo Dance Company as well as working commercially with credits including Toyota, Vogue Italia, Selfridges, and Adobe.
Alongside Faye's career in contemporary dance, she participates in the Ballroom Scene where she specialises in New Way Voguing. She has gained international recognition, winning many prizes, teaching and judging around the world as well as receiving the title of Princess of the Iconic House of Revlon.
Faye has been a close collaborator of RCD since 2017, performing as an original cast member in At the end we begin (2017) and As Above, So Below (2019). In 2020, Faye joined the cast of Still Touch.
Tia was born and raised in Cairns, Australia. She later completed a Bachelor of Dance at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, where she also achieved the RAD Solo Seal Award. Since moving to London in 2016 she has worked with Alexander Whitley Dance Company, James Cousins Company, Richard Chappell Dance and Gandini Juggling.
As Dancer and Assistant to Choreographer with Alexander Whitley, Tia has performed at Sadler's Wells, The Royal Opera House and toured internationally in new creations including 8 Minutes, Noumena, Strange Stranger, Spring (with Gandini Juggling), Between Two Fires and Overflow. Such works have involved collaborations with science, motion capture, virtual reality, architecture and juggling. Tia also worked with Hessisches Staatsballett as Choreographer's Assistant for Alexander's new creation, The Butterfly Effect. With James Cousins Company, she has joined creations, lead GCSE workshops for Within Her Eyes and performed underwater for Immersion, a film by Zena Holloway.
As a freelancing artist she has been involved in a range of other experimental and commercial projects and performed in independent and feature films. Tia first collaborated with Richard Chappell for the creation of a duet with Robert Robinson for BalletWorks, and is now working with the company for the creation of Infinite Ways Home.
Born in 1995, Kai graduated with a first class degree from Central school of Ballet in 2015 where he became a founding member of RCD from 2013-2015. Following graduation he joined the touring postgraduate company VERVE, based at Northern School of Contemporary dance performing works by Anton Lachky, Renaud Wiser, Efrosini Protopapa and Athina Vahla. He then joined 2Faced Dance company, touring nationally and internationally and creating his own work. Following this went on to work as a freelance dance artist with companies such as Southpaw dance Company and Smikle Dance project, before joining Noism1 Dance company, Japan in 2018. Kai spent three seasons with Noism before leaving in August 2019. He worked with Fabula Collective creating a work in Tokyo with artist Travis Clausen-Knight before returning to the UK in September 2021. Kai continues to develop his own practice and work on building relations between both the UK and Japanese dance sectors. Infinite Ways Home is Kai's first ensemble collaboration with RCD.