Libbie began her dance training in Colorado Springs, CO. She later studied at the Fort Worth School of Ballet under Nanette Glushak and Michel Rahn. She was invited to study at prestigious ballet schools including New York City Ballet’s School of American Ballet (SAB) in NYC. She also studied at Pacific Northwest Ballet School in Seattle, WA., and was offered scholarships to San Francisco Ballet School, Rock School of Pennsylvania Ballet, and Joffrey Ballet among others. Libbie is a Cum-Laude graduate from Texas Christian University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Ballet where she was selected by Artist-in-Residence Fernando Bujones, to perform as a soloist. While earning her degree she began her career as a dance instructor, award winning choreographer, and performing professionally for American Spirit Dancers throughout Spain, France and the United States. After her graduation from TCU, Libbie cheered with the world famous Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders and was invited as a Rookie to be a member of the elite Show Group performing at various national and international events including USO/DOD tours to Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, The Persian Gulf, Germany, and South Korea. She was also selected to teach young dancers and cheerleaders at the popular Camp DCC summer program. After Cheering for the Dallas Cowboys Libbie was selected for the New Jersey Nets NBA dance team. She also performed professionally in New York City with the New York Motion Entertainment Company.
Her television appearances include: MTV’s Sports Anthems Countdown, MTV’s The Low Down-NBA dancers, The Today Show, Extra!, Good Morning Texas, Good Day Dallas, ESPN’s Making of the Dallas Cowboys Swimsuit Calendar. Libbie has also been a featured performer with Ricky Martin, Randy Travis, Jay Leno and Willie Nelson. In addition to teaching at classes at LDC, Libbie choreographs for the Mini, Junior, Apprentice, Elite, and Teen companies. Libbie’s choreography continues to win high scores and awards of excellence year after year. Libbie was honored when her ballet piece, “Waterfall” was invited by the judges to perform in NYC at the YAGP Finals. Libbie and her husband Ashley live in Frisco with their two children Landon and Campbell (a Junior Co dancer). This is Libbie’s 10th year teaching at Legacy Dance Center.
Lyrical – B34 Upper Level– Ages: 9-11yrs – Thursday 7:15 – 8:15pm