Allie Williams

Dancer, Choreographer, Instructor, Performer



Born and raised in Amarillo, Texas. Allie found her passion for dance at the age of 6. She has trained in lyrical, ballet, pointe, modern, contemporary, hip-hop, jazz, musical theater and tap as well as in acrobatics and gymnastics. She participated in competitive dance with The “Edge Dance Studio” in Amarillo, Texas under the instruction of Stacie Hall for 6 years. She also trained at “SB Dance Academy and Performing Arts Center” under the instruction of Schae Burley where she also participated in competitive dance. She has attended many nationally recognized competitions. These competitions included;” Show Stoppers”, “Encore”,  “Hollywood Vibe”, and “Hall Of Fame”. In 2009, Allie co-founded the “Tascosa High School Belle’s” dance team. She was also appointed as Co-captain of the team. The Belle’s performed at pep rallies and various performances all over the city. In 2011 she was accepted into the “Landance Conservatory of Ballet”  under the instruction of Mark Lanham and Stephanie Parker. She later performed in the 2012 Nutcracker Ballet. In 2012 Allie was also a member of the Amarillo, Texas “Venom Vixen Dance Team”. In 2013, Allie sought out to continue her training in Charleston, SC, where she found “Dance FX of Charleston,” she trained and performed there professionally for 2 years. In 2015 Allie danced professionally for the Charleston Performing Arts Center where she premiered in several Broadway musicals.

Allie currently teaches for several studios in the Charleston area. Specializing in Jazz Styles and Techniques and Contemporary and Improv Flow. Teaching all ages of recreational and competitive dance. Allie also choreographs and directs competitive teams and performance companies. She brings creative choreography and cutting edge dance instruction. Allie continues her dance education at world wide dance conventions as well as local classes in the Charleston area. She wants to continue to grow and share her creativity and passion for dance by training students to become well rounded dancers and individuals.

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