Savannah Spratt has been a member of the Limón Dance Company since the fall 2016. Initially hired as an apprentice, she was promoted to a full company position partway through the season. Though she is currently based in Harlem, Savannah was born and raised in Rochester, Pennsylvania where she began dancing at an early age before attending the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School to study dance alongside high school academics. Savannah earned her B.F.A. in Contemporary Dance from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in 2016 while being named the recipient on the honorable Sarah Graham Keenan Scholarship. Savannah has been an instructor on faculty with the Limón Dance Foundation since 2018, sharing movement with communities around New York City and the country. Outside of Limón, she works often with the Merce Cunningham Trust, most notably performing in the Los Angeles installation of Night of 100 Solos, a centenary performance celebrating the life and work of Merce Cunningham in April of 2019. Savannah has also appeared as a guest artist with Helen Simoneau Danse, joining the company for performances at New York Live Arts and in Shanghai, China.