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Nick Neagle (He/They) founded NSquared Dance in 2014 and holds a BFA in Dance from Marymount Manhattan College. He has self-produced three shows in New York City, two domestic tours to Portland, Maine, and shown works in more than twenty-five festivals throughout the United States and abroad. 


He was a resident choreographer for the Lower East Side Shakespeare Company, for which he was nominated for “Outstanding Choreography” in the 2016 Planet Connections Festival. Winner of multiple awards at the 2017 Detroit City Dance Festival, Nick's choreography has taken him and the company throughout the United States. Among his many collaborations, he performs with the New Hampshire Dance Collaborative, Ballet Misha, and Saving Grace Dance Ensemble. He is also a certified Yoga Instructor and Personal Trainer.



Creative Director

Nick Neagle

Artistic Director
Zackery Betty

Zackery Betty (He/Him) has served as dancer, choreographer, Executive Director, and Artistic Director of NSquared Dance. He holds his MFA in Choreography from Wilson College and BFA in Dance from Marymount Manhattan College. He has collaborated with The Palace Theatre, Currier Museum of Art, and New Hampshire Dance Collaborative, among others. His choreography has been featured at Lindenwood University, Ballet Hartford, The Palace Theatre, Boston Arts Academy, and New England Dance Project. He's served as an artist in residence at Berwick Academy, Goffstown High School, and Andy's Summer Playhouse. Zackery is currently an adjunct Professor of Dance at Plymouth State University.


He has also been a company member with Keigwin & Company, Tami Stronach Dance, Project 44, City Ballet of Boston, and Ballet Misha. In addition to performing and teaching nationally and abroad, Zackery has been named a Fellow within the New Hampshire Dance Collaboratives’s Accelerator program. The Accelerator was designed to support dance professionals as they seek to enhance their artistic content and professional abilities further.

Artistic Director
Zackery Betty




Rehearsal Director
Steph Noble


Steph is originally from the New York City dance community and is thrilled to have relocated to New England working as a performer, teacher, and choreographer. Training from a young age under Marinda Davis, she is known for her work as Davis’ assistant, protege, and a founding member of her company, marInspired; the storytellers. Steph also help found the NSquared Dance Company before its relocation to New Hampshire, with Artistic Directors Nick Neagle & Zack Betty as well as co-founding the Koin & Co Dancers Junior Training Program based in NYC. Steph has assisted & worked with choreographers Shannon Lewis, Tina Sidoni, Sheila Barker, Ellenore Scott, & Al Blackstone.

Shortly after graduating from the Marymount Manhattan College Dance Department, Steph began development of two Off-Broadway musicals, 'TRUE LOVE', based on the music of recording artist, Pink, & 'The Anthem' with Director Rachel Klein and Choreographer Danielle Fusco. Steph's “on-camera” debut was in the short film titled, ‘#blessed’, Directed by Heather Lang & since, has worked on various TV shows, such as TV Land's 'Younger,' FOX’s 'The Following’, Netflix’s 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' and in Rachelle Rak’s ‘The Collaborators.' Steph also had the opportunity to choreograph & work with recording artist, Summer Luk, on her music video, “I Am A Girl." Most recently, Steph collaborated with Anthony Bounphakhom on his show 'AYO- Are You Okay?' which premiered at the Rex Theatre in New Hampshire and has been involved with a variety of projects with the New Hampshire Dance Collaborative, under the direction of Howard & Joan Brodsky.

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