2021 Summer Workshop Instructors
Elizabeth originally from Alexandria, LA, currently resides outside of Houston, TX as a freelance dance instructor, costumer, & graphic artist. She trained and performed with Red River Dance Theatre Company, NSU Tap Repertory, American Spirit Dance Company, Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre, and graduated from LSU with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre studying costume design and dance. She has choreographed for RRDTC, Playmakers of Baton Rouge, & Seattle Musical Theatre.
LaVannah 23, danced competitively for 8 years. She was a collegiate cheerleader for 2 years becoming captain her sophomore year, where attended Louisiana State University of Alexandria receiving her Bachelor’s of Health in Cardiovascular Technology. During this time she coached a competitive dance team in Cenla winning many solo/duet awards. LaVannah enjoys sharing her passion and creativity of dance with her students
Jaime Brock, Artistic Director
When Jaime was nine years old, she became a member of the Twin City Ballet Company and continued with the company through her early high school years. Jaime has taught many different genres of dance in several studios across north and central Louisiana. Even while instructing other dancers, Jaime continued performing with the Louisiana Delta Ballet. She joined Red River Dance Theatre Company in 2004 and participated as a performer, an instructor as an assistant director. She has gradually returned to sharing her excitement for dance through teaching and now rejoins the Red River Dance family as the Artistic Director. She sums up her passion for teaching with these words: Being able to share my love for dance with dancers of all stages is a gift I am able to give that blesses me over and over. When I step into the studio as a teacher, I see myself in each and every dancer. The dancers become my family and they become the dancer I once was or once aspired to be. To be able to guide and help the dancers achieve their goals gives me such an amazing high and I am as excited for them as they are. I consider it an honor to be able to play just a small role in these dancer’s lives.