/Creative Directors / Choreographers/

Theresa Stone

Theresa Stone has been working in the industry for close to 10 years. She has trained and assisted under some of the biggest names in dance including Brian Friedman, Laurieann Gibson, Tyce Diorio, Dave Scott, Cris Judd, Tricia Miranda and more! 
Her dance credits include Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Gwen Stefani, Fifth Harmony, Toni Braxton, Keke Palmer, Silento, and Earth, Wind & Fire, just to name a few. She has also danced for brands, shows & films including Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Lay’s Potato Chips, Lionsgate Films, Wendy Williams Show, America’s Got Talent, Delta Airlines, Google, Ninetendo and Good Morning America. 
As for her choreography credits, she has choreographed for three of Todrick Hall’s World Tours, Vogue, Six Flags: Great Adventure, ABC Upfronts, Oscar Blandi Hair Show, Dance Showdown & is the season 1 champion of Nigel Lythgoe’s “Every Single Step”. This led her to also choreograph for So You Think You Can Dance – Season 13. She is the creative voice behind A Great Big World’s “Oasis” music video, the OA Fluid Sense film, and Raquel Castro’s “Closer” music video as well. She has also had the opportunity for FX’s new show “Pose”, work with Lance Bass on The Meredith Veiria Show, and has been assistant choreographer for Adam Lambert, Gwen Stefani & Omi. 
Theresa teaches at world renown studios including Broadway Dance Center & BrickhouseNYC. Her largest creative journey is her company AbstraKT BEINGS, which she is the Artistic Director of. Her company has been seen on America’s Got Talent, Vogue, Billboard and others. Her dancers have gone on to perform with artists such as Sia, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, NERD, Jason Derulo, Justin Timberlake, Jennfier Lopez and so many more. 
Theresa’s teaching style and belief is that every movement has a reason, every piece has a story and every feeling should be a reality. She incorporates real life events and scenarios to help take her students outside of the classroom setting, fused with intricate and interesting movement to enhance the message they’re trying to portray.
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