BFA Class of 2021
Originally from Dallas, Texas, Téa Devereaux began her training at Next Step Dance Performing Arts Center. She continued her studies at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, where she had the honor of performing works by Kyle Abraham, Dwight Rhoden, Jessica Lang and more. Téa is a YoungArts winner in modern dance and a USC Kaufman Artistic Commitment Scholarship Recipient. She has taught modern and improvisation for students at the Innovative Dance Inc. summer intensive where she discovered her desire to work with future aspiring dancers and artists. Téa has also started her own business that combines her love of teaching with her love of fitness. She aspires to be in a professional contemporary dance company while also teaching the importance of cross training and health to young adults. As she continues to nurture her art, Téa hopes to share her hunger and excitement for wellness with young adults while also sharing her love of dance with audiences around the world.
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