Arcell Cabaug is Associate Artistic Director and Dancer with Evidence, A Dance Company. Cabuag is a Filipino American native of San Jose, California. In 1995, he moved to New York and attended the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center where he was first introduced to Ronald K. Brown. His professional experience prior includes: Rock the House for Paramount Pictures (California), The Shoji Tabuchi Show in (Branson, MO), and the Richard Rodgers Centennial Production of The King and I. Arcell can be seen in the episode Choreographed on Law and Order SVU, and a Codorinu commercial with PILOBOLUS shot and aired in Barcelona. He serves his community a dance professor at Long Island University (Brooklyn Campus), and the Co-Artistic Director of the Restoration Dance Youth Ensemble at Restoration ART, and a master-class instructor locally and abroad. Cabuag has also set EVIDENCE repertory at UMASS, Boston Arts Academy, the Peridance Certificate Program, The Ailey Fordham BFA Program, UArts, and Boston Conservatory. Cabuag has assisted Brown in creating repertory on Philadanco Dance Company, MUNTU, Ballet Hispanico, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, MalPaso of Havana Cuba, and is the associate choreographer for the Tony Award winning Broadway and National touring production of The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess. Arcell joined EVIDENCE in 1997 and won a New York Dance and Performance “Bessie” Award in 2004.