Dance Unlimited Alumni
Los Angeles, CA
Spencer started dancing at Dance Unlimited in 2007. After graduating in 2009 he auditioned and was selected as a Young American.
Spencer was a YA cast member for 2 years where he taught 75,000 children in 7 countries and 10 states. In 2012 Spencer moved back to Colorado Springs where he taught hip hop and contemporary for several years at various studios in Colorado Springs and Denver. In 2014 Spencer moved to LA to pursue his dream of dancing professional. He has been working as a dancer in LA, signed with Go2Talent Agency, is a Company dancer for "The Cantinas Project", has danced and acted in TobyMac "Feel It" Video and has preformed live with SheilaE. Spencer has completed a video for Crossroads Church, Cantinas Arts, and Americas Got Talent as one of the Singing Trumps secret service men.
Spencer would like to thank his Dance Unlimited students for pushing him out the door to pursue his dreams. Zorene for her unwavering faith and belief. His Dance Unlimited teachers for a solid foundation and his family for their support and willingness to help him see his goals to fruition.
Stacie graduated from DU in 2013 after being a part of the family for 11 years. Following her graduation she moved to California to become a Young American. Currently, Stacie is on tour in Japan for the second time in 2015 working with those effected by the March 11, 2011 earth quake and tsunami. Stacie plans to tour more with the Young Americans before returning to college and pursuing a career in education.
Kelly danced with Dance Unlimited from 2001-2012, and competed in lyrical, jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop and acro. She graduated from DU and Rampart High School in 2012 and went on to study Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University. In college, she plays flute in several music ensembles and dances with a student-run contemporary dance group.