Project Mosaic was formed by Michael and Cassandra Rice.
Michael Rice founded
Project Mosaic in January 2006. He began his career as an U.S. National
Team Gymnast and has had a diverse career as an acrobat and performer.
He has worked in numerous stage productions including Siegfried and Roy
and Cirque du Soleil’s Mystere. He has also worked as a Hollywood
Stuntman in films including
Grinch,” “The Cat in the Hat,”and “Miss Congeniality 2” He founded
Group in 1998, since then, he has been creating performances for
numerous live productions, stage shows, and touring productions for such
clients as Microsoft, Mercedes, Chrysler, Sharp, Oldsmobile and Olympus.
He was the executive producer of the 2004 Rock and Roll Gymnastics Tour
and the Conair Celebration of Gold on FOX. Michael and his wife
Cassandra also founded Gymcats
Gymnastics in 1992. Gymcats is the largest and most state-of-the-art
training facility in Nevada, offering dance, Karate, Cheerleading along
with their Gymnastics Curriculum. Project Mosaic will be utilizing this
one of a kind training facility to train and stage each theatrical
production. Gymcats has produced many top level athletes including 2000
Olympian Tasha Schwikert, along with 15 other gymnasts earning full
scholarships to NCAA programs. Cassandra was named 2000 USOC
Developmental coach of the year, 2000 USA Coach of the year, 2001
International Elite Coach of the Year, and 2001 USAG Coach of the Year, as Well as 2009 and 2010 Regional coach of the year.
Using the power of the
arts to engage young people to become involved, think and create in a
positive way that not only benefits them but the world around them.