Board of Directors
Director of Communications
Korey is a Dallas native recently finding herself back in her hometown after spending six years gallivanting around New York and relaxing in Gainesville, GA. Korey received a bachelor’s degree in theater with a focus in Production & Design, and Acting at New York University. During her time in school, she worked as an electrician and lighting designer. After graduating she continued working with Playwrights Horizons Theater School as their Production Manager and Technical Director. This past year, Korey was able to work with children, developing a theater education program in Georgia, geared towards kids with special needs. Now that she is back in Dallas she hopes to continue working with growth and enrichment of children, through theater education and training.
Delilah Arrebola “Delilah Muse” Delilah is Co-Founder of The Flame Foundation and Artistic Director of The Dallas Flamenco Festival and Director of Estudio Flamenco Dallas. Delilah is a native Texan from Laredo and received her BFA in Theatre and T.V. Communications from the illustrious Hofstra University in New York. Upon graduation, Delilah moved to Spain where she studied Spanish Classical and Flamenco at the Isabel Quintero Conservatory as well as at the internationally acclaimed Amor de Dios school of Flamenco. Delilah has since performed in Mexico City’s production and tour of Carmen, The Dallas Opera’s production of La Vida Breve under the direction of Maria Benitez, as well as portrayed the Cuban Salsa Legend “La Lupe” in Martice Enterprise’s musical production of La Lupe: My Life, My Destiny. Other Dallas theater credits include her portrayal of Gerarda in SMU’s production of La Discreta Enamorada, Shakespeare Dallas; musical production of A Midsummers Night’s Dream and As You Like It. She has been seen in Ochre House productions Ex Voto: The Immaculate Conceptions of Frida Kahlo, MEAN, and Cicerone and was featured in the Dallas Flamenco Festival and Ochre House’s productions of Perro y Sangre, El Conde Drácula, and Buñuel Descending. Delilah was a recipient of a 2013 “Dallas Observer Mastermind Award” for excellence in artistic endeavors.
Kimberly Magill attained her B.A. in English and Women’s Studies at UC Davis and studied Poetry at the University of Houston’s M.F.A. program. She has taught English and Spanish to students of all ages for the past decade. Dancing Spanish Flamenco and practicing yoga and meditation have been her constant passions for the past five years. She completed her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training through Austin School of Yoga in 2016 and plans to take a Yoga Teacher Training for Children next year.