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MISSION & VISION

Mission

To foster creative development through student education and training in the performing arts for a lifetime of success!

Vision

To become the preeminent destination for students education in the performing arts within the greater Bay Area.

Why Us?

Our commitment is to offer performing arts instruction in a fun and encouraging environment to children. We believe every child has a passion for the arts and our proudest moments are seeing the joy exhibited by our students. Our instruction is curriculum based to ensure consistency for all students.

Sarah Foster Lewis

Artistic Director/Founder


Sarah began her dance training over thirty years ago. She studied various disciplines of dance such as ballet, tap, jazz modern, variations, character, musical theatre and pointe. Sarah is a graduate of the High School for the Performing and Visuals arts in Downtown Houston. Sarah received her Bachelor's of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Houston and pursued her Master's in Counseling at Seton Hall University while working as a special education teacher. Sarah is very excited to share her love and passion for the arts with the community. As a mother of two, she appreciates the importance of having a staff committed to nurturing children within the performing arts. Sarah is the proud mother to her son Clark and daughter Channing.

Jeffrey C. Lewis

Executive Director


Jeffrey is a lifelong resident of the League City area. He attended Clear Creek High School and played Soccer, ran Cross-Country/Track and was in Choir. Jeffrey received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Rice University where he competed on the Cross-Country/Track & Field teams. He was a member of the 1995 Southwest Conference Championship Team for Indoor Track & Field. He competes in triathlons, having completed several Ironmans and has been a beach lifeguard in Galveston for the last 25 years. He has played the classical guitar since age six and enjoys the performing arts. His proudest accomplishment is being a father to his 4 year old son and 2 year old daughter with his wife Sarah.


Quincy Starnes

Musical Theatre Director


Quincy began his musical theatre training in 1989 when he was one of the students chosen by HITS Theatre to perform a musical while still a student at River Oaks Elementary. Quincy received his Bachelor's of Arts degree in Theatre from the University of Notre Dame receiving instruction in costume design, lighting design, stage management and theatre history. Quincy was a founding member of the Pasquirella East Musical Company (PEMCo), which still operates today as the only student run musical theatre program on campus. He believes he can bring students a love of modern musicals as well as giving them an appreciation of the classics.



Ashley Williams

Administrative Director


Ashley began dancing at the age of 10 with a focus on Ballet, Jazz and Tap. She was an officer of the award winning Texas City Stingarettes Drill Team while in High School. Ashley continued with her dance education at TCU before transferring to the University of Houston. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Public Relations and a minor in Global Business. Ashley has maintained her passion for the art of dance and has found her home with BAAC. She is a proud mother of a son and excited to share her devotion for dance with other young kids.





Nicole Poor

Twinkle Star Director


Nicole has been dancing for over 20 years. She is trained in tap, jazz, ballet, pointe, contemporary and lyrical. Nicole studied dance and early childhood education at the Community College of Rhode Island. She worked at In-step Dance Center as well as Lyrics in Motion Dance Studio before joining BAAC. Nicole has choreographed numerous award winning pieces in tap, jazz, musical theatre and contemporary through her career. Nicole has taken master classes all over the east coast including Alvin Ailey, Julliard, and Broadway Dance Center. She has also performed professionally in Houston and her hometown state of Rhode Island. She is very passionate about her dancing, teaching and choreographing and loves to share her knowledge and experience with today's youth.

Jessica Sanchez

Ballet Director


Jessica Sanchez is a dancer/choreographer from Seattle, WA. She has had a passion for dance since she started at age 3. During her time dancing she studied styles including: ballet, jazz, contemporary, lyrical, hip-hop, modern and improvisation. Jessica attended college at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, TX to further her career with dance. While in college, Jessica performed in many school shows and was selected to be a part of two dance companies in the Dallas area: Dallas Dance Company and Pedestrian Dance Movement. During her 6 years in Texas she worked with Justin Giles and his Soul Escape Company, taught at various studios such as Misfit Dance Company as their lead technique teacher, and did numerous performances for local dance festivals. Over the last few years, Jessica has dove deeper into her education of dance and has received several certifications including, the teacher Grades 1 & 2 of Cecchetti and the Leap N’ Learn program as a certified teacher. Her next goal is earning her, certification in Sugar Foot Therapy for dance Conditioning and Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT).

Alex Musgrove

Voice Director


Alex graduated summa cum laude from Lamar University with a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. Although she is classically trained, she is comfortable teaching a variety of styles and specializes in mixed belting. Musical theatre and acting have been her passion since she first performed on stage at the age of six. Her favorite roles include “Miss Honey” in Matilda, “Maureen” in RENT, “Rizzo” in Grease!, “Catherine” in Pippin, and “Cheryl” in Evil Dead. She has also been the music director for over a dozen productions in the Houston area.She is currently studying for her master’s degree in Music Education at Columbia University with a focus on vocal pedagogy and cultivating a student-centered curriculum.





Madelynn Archer

Wardrobe Director


Madelynn fell in love with costumes as a young ballet dancer. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Fashion Design and Merchandising from Meredith College, where she designed and created costumes for a production of Lion King, as well as multiple clothing collections. After graduation, she worked in NYC’s fashion industry for two years for a designer who helped create costumes for Demi Lovato and Ariana Grande, before transitioning to costuming for films, commercials, and theater in Baltimore. Before joining BAAC, she was a Wardrobe Supervisor for The Houston Grand Opera and even met her fiancé while working on an Off-Broadway production of Amazing Grace.






Rachel Curtis

Instructor


Rachel Curtis is a graduate of Lamar University, where she double majored in Theatre & Dance and Corporate Communications. She was an apprentice member of Aimed Dance, a modern dance company in Beaumont,TX, while in University, and has performed in the Gala Concert of ACDA South-Central Region, as well as Bailando Dance Festival, abroad in Taiwan at the Tainan University of Technology, and twice at Mind the Gap in Houston. She began dance in the color guard of Clear Falls High School and then pursued dance as a fine art in college. She is trained in Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Modern, Tap, and partnering. Rachel was teaching in the Houston area for 2 years before joining BAAC where she will continue to educate young movers and encourage a love for dance to last a lifetime.




Bay Area Arts Conservatory

Contact Information

(281) 949-6484

info@baactx.com

400 Hobbs Road, League City TX 77573

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