Lacee Garcia is an undergraduate student at Arizona State University pursuing a BFA in Dance. This is her 1st year teaching at Studio 3, specializing in tumbling. Lacee has been dancing since the age of 3 and has trained in various styles from ballet to contortion. She was a competitive gymnast for 3 years and was also on the ASU competitive cheer squad.
Studio 3 Arts Instructors
Studio 3 employs instructors with education and experience in the type of dance, voice, acting or instrument they are teaching. Our teachers look for the best in every child and strive to make learning a positive experience.
Jacqueline Brecker, Studio 3 instructor and alumni, is truly making a name for herself these days! Her work with multiple Valley theatres has grown tremendously this year, and as a result of her hard work and dedication, the National Youth Arts awarded her with “Artist of the Year” for the 2014-2015 season. A recent early high school graduate, she is currently applying to colleges and universities nationwide and excited to pursue her career in the performing arts.[ more details… ]
Emma England is an accomplished dancer, singer, percussionist, and classical pianist, and has found her dream career through the creation of Studio 3 Performing Arts Academy. Emma graduated Summa Cum Laude from Arizona State University in 2005 with a BFA in Dance Education and minor in Spanish.[ more details… ]
Jordan Donovan-Schager is currently pursuing her Dance Education degree at Arizona State University and will graduate in 2016. In her 4th year at Studio 3 as an instructor, she has taught a variety of classes, set multiple, award winning dances on 3DC, and as co-directed Applause, the recreational musical theatre company. [ more details… ]
Carol Webb has been actively involved in community music and theatre for the past 25 years. She graduated from Arizona State University with her BA in Music Education and is excited to be using her music background to inspire the talented students at Studio 3.[ more details… ]