Keith Clifton has been in business as a dancer, teacher, and choreographer for the last two and a half decades. He has performed in five Dr. Pepper comercials, three for Wendy's as well as commercials for Dodge, MacDonald's, Levis and many more.
He has performed on the stage in musicals including 42nd Street, George M, Oliver, My Fair Lady, A Chorus Line, and Anything Goes, for which he won the Dramalogue's Critics Choice Award for Best Choreography. His television credits include apperances in The Academy Awards Show, the Tim Conway Show, The Carpenter's, Wolfman Jack, and David Copperfield. Keith has also traveled as a guest artist to perform with regional ballet companies in lead roles such as: The Nutcracker, Copepelia, Swan Lake, and Firebird. He has staged and directed the entire Nutcarcker ballet for The Irving Ballet of Dallas, Texas. In 1993 Keith was commissioned to restructure the entire jazz and tap syllabus for the New Zealand Association of Modern Dance. He is a co-founder of the Edge Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles and LA Danceforce Convention.
Keith continues to teach around the world staying current with all the latest trends in choreography. He has taught dance throughout the United States as well as in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, San Salvador, and Guatemala.
We are excited to have Keith back as part of our faculty for DDI 2018!
Whitney Crites Brown
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Justin Streeter was born in Escondido, California but was raised in Texas. He took a hip hop class as a freshman in college and has been hooked ever since. Justin trained solely in hip hop for a year, but after going to his first dance convention, he fell in love with all facets of dance. He has received scholarship and accolades from The Pulse on Tour, West Coast Dance Explosion and many more. Thankful for getting to work under great artist such as Mark Kanemura, David Moore, Phillip Cheebeb, Justin has now turned to teaching. You can catch Justin on tour with The Streetz Dance Convention and Competition teaching hip hop and contemporary. His love for dance is strong and he looks forward to sharing it with the masses as much as possible!
Malece Miller is a dancer from Layton, Utah who relocated to Los Angeles to pursue dance. After placing among the top 6 female dancers on Season 10 of So You Think You Can Dance, She has appeared in numerous music videos and television series including ABC's The Fosters and Disney Channel's original movie Teen Beach 2. She has also toured internationally with Billboard Music Award winner Lindsey Stirling for 3 years. Malece Is also apart of Jaci Royals company Royal Flux who just competed on Season 2 of the hit reality show World Of Dance. And continued on to the World Of DanceTour that went to 32 different cities.
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