Our very talented and enthusiastic dance instructors come from a wide variety of dance backgrounds and together represent a huge pool of knowledge and experience. Click the photos below to find out more about each instructor.
Miss Kim – Owner/Director
OC Dance Productions was created and developed by Kim in 2007. Kim has performed in all genres of dance for over 40 years and is the current owner and director of Ever After Productions, LLC.
Miss Morgan – Programs & Operations Manager
Morgan has been the Programs and Operations Manager for OC Dance Productions and Ever After Princess since January 2019. She enjoys corresponding with parents about OCDP’s programming and encourages you to say hello at recitals when you see her!
Miss Alexis – Director of Events & Communications
Born and raised in San Diego, Alexis spent her childhood dancing and competing with a local studio and with her high school’s dance team. She attended UC Irvine as an Economics and Education major and danced for UCI’s Dance and Spirit Squad.
Miss Alana – Dance Instructor
Alana grew up in Northern California, where she began training in many genres of dance starting at the age of six. Alana has a strong passion for dance, choreography, and all things creative.
Miss Alexson – Dance Instructor
Miss Alexson began her dance training at the age of 15 with the Tustin High School dance team. She continues to train in multiple styles to reach her goals of dancing on stage with artists, touring the world with them, and teaching dance to others along the way.
Miss Anna – Substitute Dance Instructor
Miss Anna is from Denver, Colorado, and began training in many genres of dance at the age of three. She has a passion for the arts as well as serving the community around her in any way possible.
Miss Bailey – Dance Instructor
Bailey was born and raised in Northern California, where she began dancing at the age of 7. She trained in mostly hip hop and jazz before branching out into other genres including ballet/pointe, lyrical, modern, and musical theatre. She loves teaching and being a positive role model that can inspire and motivate young dancers.
Miss Brooke – Dance Instructor
Originally from Denver, Colorado Brooke has been dancing since the age of three. She grew up competing at a studio studying many different styles of dance. Brooke has been working with kids for 4 years and it brings her nothing but joy to teach kids and welcome them into the beautiful thing called dance.
Miss Christina – Substitute Dance Instructor
Christina began her dance training at the age of three, training in ballet, jazz, lyrical, and hip hop. She competed in dance competitions throughout her teen years. She is passionate about bringing her knowledge and enthusiasm for dance into the classroom.
Miss Crystal – Substitute Dance Instructor
Crystal started her artistic career as a competitive figure skater at the age of 10. From there, she transitioned into studying many different dance styles with an emphasis in jazz, modern, and hip hop.
Miss Daelyn – Dance Instructor
Miss Dae has been a dancer since she was two years old and is trained in multiple styles! She grew up in the Bay Area and is currently pursuing dance in Southern California after graduating at age 20 from UC Riverside with a BA in Education and Minor in Dance.
Miss Emma – Dance Instructor
Emma started her artistic journey at the age of three when she began dancing Baile Folklorico. Since then, she has gained experience with different styles of dance as well as participated in musical theater.
Miss Holly – Dance Instructor
Miss Holly started her ballet training at the young age of two. She began performing professionally with the Pennsylvania Ballet at just 8 years old. Studying a variety of dance styles, Holly has performed throughout the United States and Europe. Currently, Holly is a first-grade teacher in Laguna Niguel.
Miss Isabella – Dance Instructor
Isabella began her dance training at the age of six in a variety of styles of dance. She grew up competing at a dance studio where she found her drive for teaching and choreographing. She is now at Chapman University as a dance major and a psychology minor.
Miss Kara – Substitute Dance Instructor
Kara grew up in Irvine and graduated from Vanguard University with a degree in education and a minor in psychology. She has been dancing since the age of five and is trained in all styles.
Miss Kierstie – Dance Instructor
Kierstie was born and raised in Orange County, CA where she first started dancing at the age of three. She has found a passion in teaching dance to kids of all ages hoping to ignite an affection for performing arts in others.
Miss Leslie – Dance Instructor
Leslie began dancing at a young age starting in ballet and later went on to perform and compete in many styles. She performed and competed with her high school dance team and then, continued her training at Mt. San Antonio College and the University of California, Davis.
Miss Lindsay – Substitute Dance Instructor
Lindsay has been a dancer for over 17 years and is currently a senior majoring in Dance at Chapman University. A lover of instructing dance since high school, Miss Lindsay has worked with a variety of kids in the past and enjoys helping children progress in dance at such a developmental and impressionable age.
Miss Marissa – Dance Instructor
Marissa began dancing at the age of four in various styles of dance including tap, ballet, pointe, jazz, lyrical, acrobatics, and hip-hop. She later went on to compete with her high school and studio dance teams.
Miss Miranda – Dance Instructor
Miranda started her dance training when she was three and has been practicing a variety of styles ever since including tap, jazz, ballet, contemporary, and musical theater.
Miss Nathaly – Dance Instructor
Miss Nathaly started her dance training from the young age of three with a ballet-tap combo class. She has an Associates in Arts and Humanities from Chaffey College as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Dance from California State University, Fullerton. Miss Nathaly is an ABT Certified Teacher in Pre-Primary through Ballet Level 3.
Miss Peppers – Dance Instructor
Since age four, Kianna began dancing in the art of ballet. Dance continues to reshape her life as an outlet for healing, and Miss Peppers yearns to ignite a spark in youth as an enthusiastic teacher.
Miss Salma – Dance Instructor
Salma grew up in Whittier, California where she began her training in various genres of dance at a young age. Miss Salma’s love and patience for children and her passion for dance have led her to study Education and Dance at a local college.
Miss Sara G. – Dance Instructor
Miss Sara grew up in southern Utah and found her love of performing at a very young age. She graduated from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle with a BFA in Theater and an emphasis in Musical Theater, Writing, and Directing.
Miss Sarah S. – Dance Instructor
Following her older brother to a hip hop class, Miss Sarah started dancing at 7 years old. She advanced onto a performance team practicing many different styles of dance, tumbling, and aerial arts.
Miss Sunday – Dance Instructor
Sunday is a soon-to-be graduate of Cal State Fullerton’s dance program. She has trained in many styles including ballet, modern, contemporary, jazz, and hip hop. She has a passion for teaching and performing.
Miss Taylor – Dance Instructor
Miss Taylor was born and raised in California and began her dance training at the age of 3. Miss Taylor is a big believer that dance is about having fun and dancing with your heart instead of your feet.
Miss Zyianna – Dance Instructor
Mizz Zyianna was born in Orange and began her dance training at the age of 4. She has been trained in all genres of dance though hip hop and cheer are where she excels.