Dee Tomasetta is a Massachusetts native where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance at the University of Michigan. She was honored in 2018 receiving the Emerging Artist Alumni Award from the University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance. Dee was seen in the First National Tour of Finding Neverland playing the role of Peter Pan and was also the Associate Choreographer of the Broadway National Tour. Most recently, Dee was in the new musical presentations of Bliss the Musical choreographed by Josh Prince and directed by Sheryl Kaller, The Storm directed by Cory Michael Herman, and Kalevala the Musical choreographer by Alessandro Pellicani. Dee was featured on So You Think You Can Dance as a Top 15 female finalist in Season 10 where she met choreographer Mia Michaels. Dee worked as an assistant choreographer on numerous projects with Ms. Michaels including So You Think You Can Dance, the Joffrey Ballet, and Mia Michaels LIVE. Dee performed an original work choreographed by Mia Michaels at the Geffen Playhouse Los Angeles honoring Lin Manuel Miranda and Dick Van Dyke. Dee has been seen dancing and singing for Disney’s Freaky Friday Movie Musical, the NBC Upfronts, REEBOK, New York Fashion Week, AUDI Global Launch Events in Shanghai, with Grammy Nominee Aloe Blacc, Musical Artist DUMBLONDE, and Gillette Venus commercials. In addition to dancing, Dee has modeled for MAC Cosmetics, Enbrel Print, Beachbody Openfit Pilates subscriptions, Capezio Dance wear and Hasbro Products USA. Her favorite performance credits include The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Radio City New York Spectacular, Saturday Night Live, New Years Eve Ball Drop with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen, Jimmy Kimmel LIVE, The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Good Morning America, Americas Got Talent, Transcendence Theatre, Mystic India: The World Tour, Kaleidoscope Dance Theatre, and iKADA Dance Company. Dee is currently on the Dance Faculty at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) located in New York City. She continues to share her knowledge, love, and passion for the arts teaching at various dance institutions throughout the country.