Alix Clark first fell in love with dance in junior high, when she joined the Hendrix Dance Company. She continued performing into high school, where she was a member and officer of the Dobson Dance Company. Over those four years of dancing, she won four ‘Best Choreographer’ awards and was awarded two scholarships. During the summer of her Sophomore year, she was asked to join Epik Dance Company, a professional dance company based out of Phoenix, AZ.
Alix now attends Mesa Community College, where she is studying toward her associates degree in Dance Education. She also continues to perform with EPIK and teaches master classes all over the Valley. She plans to someday attend University to pursue her MFA in Dance Education. Alix has had the privilege to train with Alvin Ailey and various teachers from Broadway Dance Center in New York, the Joffrey Ballet and Giordano Jazz Company in Chicago, also dancers from the Broadway musicals Chicago and Wicked. Someday, Alix aspires to perform on Broadway or on So You Think You Can Dance. She would also love to teach at the reknowned Broadway Dance Center in New York City.
Alix currently teaches contemporary, hip hop, and jazz funk at Studio 3, and has been a guest choreographer for Studio 3DC Dance Company.