Logan Frances Kruger hails from Atlanta, Georgia, where she trained with Annette Lewis and Pamala Jones-Malavé, among many others. Logan was a full time member of Good Moves, a children’s modern dance repertory company, directed by Annette Lewis, from 1993-2003, and went on to receive a BFA in dance from The Juilliard School in 2007, under the direction of Larry Rhodes. Professionally, Logan has performed in theaters across four continents, and worked with choreographers such as Adam H. Weinert, Jonah Bokaer, Mark Dendy, Sue Bernhard, Jonathan Fredrickson, Michelle Mola, and with the company Shen Wei Dance Arts. Logan joined the Limón Dance Company in 2009, where she is a principal dancer, and has performed featured roles in works by José Limón, Jiří Kylián, and Rodrigo Pederneiras. Logan has taught ballet and contemporary dance to students of all ages and levels in North and South America, and is currently on faculty at the Limón Institute at the Peridance Capezio Center in New York City, Ballet Tech and the Gelsey Kirkland Academy. Logan continues to develop as a coach and reconstructor, most recently setting a solo from Limón's 1958 work Mazurkas on New York City Ballet principal dancer Tiler Peck.