(New Haven, Connecticut) Isaiah Little is a professional dancer, teacher, and choreographer. At the tender age of nine, Isaiah began studying dance, vocal, and drama at Victoria’s Productions. Mr. Little is a graduate of the Cooperative Arts and Humanities Magnet High School of New Haven, Connecticut. He studied at ACES/ECA Educational Center for the Arts, New Haven Ballet, and Dee Dee’s Dance Center. As a freshman in highschool, Isaiah was selected by Jowale Willa Jo Zollar to perform in “The Dixwell Project” with the prestigious Urban Bush Women at the International Arts and Ideas Festival. Mr. Little then went on to continue his studies at SUNY Purchase College of Purchase, New York.
In the year 2000, Mr. Little joined Nation Drill Squad and Drum Corporation of New Haven, Connecticut, shortly afterwards he was promoted as one of the Directors/choreographers. His contribution as one of the choreographers /Directors has led the team to become National World Champions for two consecutive years. He has taught several master classes for elementary schools to colleges, such as Albertus Magnus College. In 2009, Isaiah choreographed for The MAAFA Influence in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Each year, beginning from 2012, Mr. Little’s choreography is featured in Bridgeport’s Jerk Fest Festival. Isaiah’s unique style and broad range of choreography has also been featured in recording artist Abigail Negron, and Indio TDR performances, just to name a few.
In 2012, Isaiah Little joined SKIN Dance Company under the direction of Tina Thompson. He later became a Principal dancer in 2015. He is currently the head dance Instructor at Neighborhood Studios of Fairfield County, Bridgeport, Connecticut. Mr. Little has taught, performed, and choreographed throughout the United States.