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Christine Londergan, Chapter director

Christine was a little late in discovering her passion for dance. Growing up in a small family where unfortunately nobody danced, she spent her formative years in gymnastics before excelling and finding her niche in the world of competitive debate. It wasn’t until she was in undergrad at UT Austin that she discovered the club/street dance scene and fell completely in love with it. What started out as a hobby became SO much more than that, and she is determined to help bring the powerful life improving qualities of dance to as many people as possible. She is now a recent law school graduate and soon to be attorney who makes sure to dance every second she can. 

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Leandre Douglas, instructor

Le’Andre Douglas is a nationally accomplished dancer, choreographer and teacher with over a decade of professional dance experience. Le’Andre has performed, choreographed for, and been apart for the creative process for artists Tamar Davis, Pitbull, Omarion, B.o.B, rock legend Pat Benatar, The Bare Naked Ladies; hip hop legends LL Cool J, Kid'n Play, Big Daddy Kane, The Sugar Hill Gang, and many more. In his hometown Mr.Douglas is also pleased to been the resident choreographer for Bace Productions Motown Revue at The Miller Outdoor Theater, Radio One’s Boomsquad, and several festivals like the annual Star Wars Art Festival. Mr. Douglas has also performed for corporate events including BMW, Shell, McDonalds and Bud Light. Mr. Douglas believes that a diverse styles of dance are essential in the makeup of a whole artist, and is the building blocks to revolutionize dance and theatre. Through this philosophy he expresses his love and passion for the arts and the Creator.

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charles Martin

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Erin De Phunk

Erin De Veyra is a street dancer, dance director and choreographer, from Houston with Filipino roots. He has been dancing since he was child for enjoyment. In 2009, he started performing professionally working with NCAA, Daddy Yankee, Nehemiah Clarke, and other artists. Shortly after directing UTSA’s U.D.E.K Dance Team, he dove into traveling and competing more. As a member of Item#Funk (pronounced Item Number Funk), he has competed worldwide and hosted one of the premier popping events in the US, “Who’s Fakin’ Da Funk?”, with his crew.

 

 

Leslye hernandez

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