About Audrey

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Audrey Richter is currently a project-based dancer, choreographer, and instructor. She is on faculty and staff at Purdance in San Jose, California where she teaches in both Children & Teens and Adult programs. She is from Birmingham, Alabama, where she graduated from the Alabama School of Fine Arts Dance Department. Audrey holds a BFA in Dance Performance from the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. Notable performances by Audrey include A Long Journey Home with Diavolo, the USF recreation of Bill T. Jones’ Serenade/ The Proposition, Talley Beatty’s Come and Get the Beauty of it Hot and as “The Chosen One” in Doug Varone’s Sacre du Printemps. Audrey’s professional credits include dancer and resident choreographer for Collective Soles Dance Company, OneLight Dance, DRIP, and Adin & Ferguson Dance Theatre. She has held many teaching positions including adjunct faculty at Southeastern University, Florida Southern College, and Blake High School Theatre Department, summer intensive faculty at Columbus Dance Theatre and Gulf Shore Ballet, and director of the Collective Soles Youth Ensemble. Audrey recently relocated to California’s Bay Area, and is looking forward to contributing to the already thriving dance community.

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Richter silenced the crowd with her flawless gestures and graceful lines. If watching one person dance could move the hearts of a people, I believe that she would be the person to do so.

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