Dance Division Instructor
Tiffany Gray has an extensive and diverse dance background resulting in over eleven years of experience studying, performing, and teaching dance. Tiffany received her Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a minor in Dance from Oral Roberts University. Throughout her career, Tiffany has had exposure to many different styles of dance. She has trained in several dance forms, including: Ballet, Contemporary, Modern, African, Jazz, Hip Hop, Improvisation, Tap, and Musical Theatre dance. She was also a company member and performer with Afrique Aya Drum and Dance Company.
During the course of Tiffany's dance training she has focused heavily on Modern technique influenced by Martha Graham, Lester Horton, José Limón, and Merce Cunningham. Recently, Tiffany has become more involved in Musical Theatre which includes choreographing musical numbers and occasional vocal instruction. Her choreographic credits include original choreography for Theatre Arlington's production of Broadway in the 2000's and Dear Edwina Jr. In 2019, Tiffany made her director debut with Dr. Seuss's play Horton Hears a Who!, which also featured her own choreography.
Tiffany believes that the Performing Arts have the power to transcend language barriers and communicate with people across different cultures. She endeavors to use these Art forms as a way for her students to discover their voice and convey it to others. She enjoys using dance for emotional release, personal expression, artistry, and because it's fun! She is committed to bringing this perspective to every class she teaches.
Tiffany enjoys guiding her students through the creative process as experienced and expressed through the Performing Arts. She is excited to join North Texas Conservatory! Tiffany also teaches acting, drama, and musical theatre at Theatre Arlington.