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Clarice Ordaz

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Clarice Ordaz
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Clarice is an accomplished professional dancer, working in the dance industry of Los Angeles for the past 10 years.

 

She has appeared on television shows including So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing with the Stars; awards shows including the 90th Oscars, 70th Primetime Emmys, 56th Grammy Awards; and films including La La Land and Vice.

 

She was one of six females to tour the world as a back-up dancer for Taylor Swift on her yearlong RED Tour. Clarice has worked with choreographers of Broadway shows like Hamilton (Andy Blakenbeuhler) and Head Over Heels (Spencer Liff). She was associate choreographer to Liff and dance captain of McCoy Rigby’s highly successful Singin’ In The Rain with which received them an Ovation award for their choreography.

 

Her own choreography is featured in the first two seasons of the Netflix Show One Day at a Time.

 

Clarice’s passion for teaching dance began at the age of 15, and her passion for it has only grown. Her choreography in the competitive dance world has been nominated for Industry Dance Awards, and other awards at multiple competitions. She loves getting the opportunity to give back all that she learned growing up as a dancer to today’s generation of talented dancers.