Who is Dance Source Houston?
Stephanie Todd Wong, President
Sixto Wagan, Vice President
Jordan Drum, Secretary
Beverly Parker, Treasurer
Christina R. Giannelli, Founder
C.C. Conner, Jr.
We support Dance Artists via a full range of Programs and Resources to help build audiences and foster appreciation for contemporary dance.
For Dance-loving audiences, we provide complete dance news, information and event listings in and around Houston. We publish The Dance Card – an up-to-the-minute listing of dance events, and The Dance DiSH – a magazine dedicated to contemporary dance news and views.
Every donation – no matter what size – helps us realize our mission to “nurture and support contemporary dance artists, the organizations that present them, and to identify and build audiences for contemporary dance in the greater Houston area.”
Please consider giving a tax-deductible donation to Dance Source Houston. We are pleased to accept secure online donations for your convenience here.
Meet Our Team
Ashley Clos is a choreographer, teacher, and freelance writer from The Woodlands, TX. She received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance from Sam Houston State University in May of 2017. Ashley’s choreography and research has been showcased at the Ailey Citigroup Theater in New York City, the American College Dance Association South-Central Adjudicated and Informal Concerts, and the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association Conference in Albuquerque, NM. During her time at SHSU, she was privileged to perform in works by Dionne and Andy Noble of NobleMotion Dance, Erin Reck of Recked Productions, Dana Nicolay of Nicolay Dance Works, guest artist Jane Weiner of Hope Stone Dance, as well as the late, great Jonathan Charles-Smith. Ashley currently lives in Houston, TX with her partner Stefan and her dog Junebug.
Quintin is currently a junior at the University of Houston majoring in Business. She spent 3 years of high school on her high school drill team and half a year on the drill team for TVCC. Also she’s danced in Orlando, FL for the Capital One Bowl Halftime show and was chosen for ASDT her senior year of high school. Quintin plans on pursuing her bachelors degree in Human Resources.