Nadia Schlosser

As the director/owner of Paradise Performing Arts Center, Nadia hopes to inspire and foster an appreciation for the arts while giving back to the community she loves so much.

Nadia Ruth Schlosser started studying ballet and tap at the age of two, and has been dancing ever since! She studied intensively for fifteen years as a dedicated student of The Performing Arts Center in Van Nuys, CA training in singing, acting and the dance styles of ballet, pointe, jazz, modern, tap, contemporary and hip hop.

She attended Cal Arts as a Dance major in 1997 and obtained a three year certificate in Entertainment Studies: Film, Television and Digital Media from UCLA Extension. She has worked on various films, awards shows, and television shows including “Legally Blonde, “ “Friends,” “The Ellen Show,” “Will and Grace,” “Ally McBeal,” “That 70s Show,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “American Idol,” “The American Music Awards,” "Thalians Ball" with Debbie Reynolds & Shirley MacLaine, and “The Soul Train Music Awards.”

Astania Caputo
Business Director

Astania Caputo

Astania Caputo established ADS Consulting Inc., a Business Etiquette and International Protocol Company in Chicago, Illinois where she advised the corporate, multinational, and private arenas on American and International protocol and business etiquette. This gave her a unique opportunity to become an etiquette expert on Channel 2 News. In 2004, she moved to the Hawaiian Islands, married and started a family. She founded Moms in Momentum, an organization that has offered women and their families support services, learning programs, and tailored events to better family life within the community. Building relationships with a multitude of families for several years through...