The EPIK Dance Company vision was put into motion in 2007 by Luis Egurrola and Sarah Dimmick, who shared a love of music and a passion for dance. They share their excitement based on their new venture with Mesa Arts Center, the home for dance EPIK where they have joined forces to teach dance classes, rehearsal and presentations. They are motivated by their slogan: The beauty is in our similarities. It is our differences that makes us unique.
EPIK Dance Company is a nonprofit street-fusion dance company that combines classical training (like contemporary, jazz, and modern) with urban disciplines (like hip hop, breaking, and locking) to provide all people an opportunity to experience the benefits of dance and the arts through public education, performances, and community enrichment.
With the simple goal of promoting the public’s knowledge of dance and fostering their appreciation for the arts, Egurrola and Dimmick began recruiting fellow dancers who shared their love and passion for the performing arts. What resulted was a group of unique, diverse, and talented dancers that have since made a name for themselves by providing dynamic performances and high-quality arts education programs like bully programs and self awareness programs for kids throughout Arizona.