Lacie Lovitt is a life-long dancer from La Canada California, where her family owned the Dance House Academy of Performing Arts. She became a teacher and choreographer at the age of 13 while continuing her dream in becoming a national title winner.
Her titles include; Miss Starpower, Miss Dance Rave, Miss StarSystems, Hall of Fame Dance Challenge inductee and Showstoppers National video winner with the highest scoring solo over all ages in jazz.
Lacie is thankful for her training with the top teachers in Los Angeles; Debbie Reynolds, Joe Tremaine, Bob Woodard, Wade Robson, Dee Caspary, Ray Leeper, Preston Lee and her sister Keli Lesker. She has appeared in a variety of productions ranging from classical and contemporary ballets, musical theater productions, and industrials.
Some of her credits include; Debbie Reynolds Showcase/dancer, Star Search semi-finalist/choreographer, Good Morning America/choreographer, So You Think You Can Dance/pilot dancer, Zombie Cheerleader Movie/cheerleader, The Magic Castle Hollywood/dancer, Team Rave LA, San Francisco and New York dance company/dancer and choreographer and a Sharp International/judge.
Lacie is blessed with the gift of being able to connect with all ages and skill levels.