I make films, dances and art for brave children of all ages.
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Cynthia Pepper has worked throughout California as a choreographer, dancer, and arts educator for over 30 years. Her film collection "Films That Dance" has been purchased by several museums, university libraries and has toured to over 100 film festivals.
Cynthia has performed at the 1984 Summer Olympics with Bella Lewitzky, with The Utah Opera Company, as a company member of Loretta Livingston & Dancers, with Donald Byrd and The Group, and as a child at the White House Conference on Children with Virginia Tanner for President Nixon.
She has directed Emmy-Award winning segments for several seasons of Sesame Street and has created dance film content for Disney, HBO, Nickelodeon, Equity Productions, television, feature and short films, industrials, commercials and the world wide web.
Cynthia has taught for San Francisco Ballet Dance-In-The Schools Program (DISC), Young Imaginations, Youth In Arts, Young Audiences, and many arts organizations throughout California.
With excitement and cultural world influences she brings dance, choreography and creativity classes to over 3500 students annually of all ages and skill levels.
Cynthia looks forward to creating trouble with innovative projects.
Stay tuned for more magic.
  • Director (3 Credits)
    Pixie & Dust2019
    Short
    132017
    Short
    Polka Dott2016
    Short
  • Writer (1 Credit)
    132017
    Short
College
California Institute of the Arts
Dance
19801984
College
San Francisco State
Visual and Performing Arts
19881990
Birth Date
November 14, 1961
Nickname
CeCe
Birth City
Salt Lake City
Current City
San Rafael
Hometown
Salt Lake City
Height
short "ish"
Gender
Female
Ethnicity
white girl
Eye Color
Blue
Zodiac Sign
Scorpio
Married To
Valuable Shana Dawson Hornstein (my guy)
Children
Sunbeam (Olivia) and Rosebud (Rosie)
Be yourself, everyone else is already taken.
-Oscar Wilde
I make films, dances and art for brave children of all ages.
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