Savannah CobbSavannah Cobb

Savannah Joy Cobb is originally from North Carolina, where she began serious ballet training at the age of nine under Galina Panova. At the age of fourteen, she began doing summer programs including the Joffrey Ballet Intensive, CAMP: Common Art Mutual Passion and David Parsons Intensive/Choreography Lab, as well as working on a site specific piece by Mark Dendy at the Museum of Modern Art. While growing up, she traveled up and down the East Coast performing, where she won many titles at Conventions/Competitions including the Future Star Award Winner for Dance Spirit Magazine. In 2011 she moved to New York City to train in Broadway Dance Center's Professional Semester where she was able to perform for Glamour and Details Magazines’ End of the Year Celebration as well as for New York City’s Choreographers Canvas. Savannah then chose to work as an entertainer at Hershey Park before beginning school at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Since then, Savannah has been in many works created by Dwight Rhoden, Douglas Becker, Roni Koresh, and Sidra Bell. During school she was lucky enough to travel to France, perform in RAW: Artists of Philadelphia, World of Dance, and The Capezio Ace Awards. In 2016 her short film, Àme was an official selection of the Philadelphia Screendance Festival. Having graduated with honors, Savannah has now had the opportunity to dance for Broadway Cares with DRA, Destiny Rising at the Joyce Theater and has been involved in Project 4 5 20 with Pushing Progress