Angie Garcia is a Texas based dancer and choreographer. She has earned her BFA in Dance from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX. Angie has been training for fifteen years and teaching dance for six years. She has studied ballet, modern, jazz, contemporary, partnering, improvisation, and choreography. Angie also has a very strong Dance/Drill team background. She was a part of Sam Houston Dance Team and is currently a proud member of American Dance/Drill Team Company where she choreographs and teaches high schools and junior highs across Texas. Throughout Angie’s training, she has worked with various choreographers such as Elijah Gibson, Joshua Manculich, Betsi Graves, Andy Noble, Grant McLay, and Jazmin Chiodi. Angie performed in professional works including Twenty–Five by Jaime Frugé in Houston, TX and Bailando Dance Festival in Corpus Christi, TX. She has also had the opportunity to train and perform outside of Texas. She trained and performed with Urbanity Dance Company’s summer intensive in Boston MA and trained in Ireland at the University of Limerick for a semester. As much as Angie loves performing, her true passion lies in teaching. She loves her students and is grateful to have a career that motivates her daily.
The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away. – Pablo Picasso