Meet Ms. Deardre Randolph
Deardre Randolph is a native of the Keller/Fort Worth area. She has been dancing since she was 2 years old and teaching since the age of 15. Even though her specialty is hip hop, she has trained in various styles of dance such as jazz, tap, ballet, and other African diasporic repertoire. She has trained with Rhythmic Souls Drawbacks tap ensemble, Dallas Black Dance Theatre (Summer Intensive), and the Debbie Allen Dance Institute. Deardre has performed in prestigious venues such as the Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth, Texas. She was a member of the Hoofin’ Crew Tap Ensemble from 2013-2015 and danced with Triple Motion Dance Company for 2 years. In 2018 she began her dance studies at Texas Woman's University in the department of dance and choreographed for the International Dance Company from 2018-2020. Her piece "Evolving" was selected to be adjucated at the American College Dance Association conference. Currently, Deardre is the choreographer for Stand Performing Arts Ministries. She is a recent graduate with her Bachelors of Arts in Dance in as of May 2021. Upon graduation she plans to serve no profit performing arts organizations through her choreography, teaching, and performing.