Adrienne is a dance and movement specialist and has been teaching her own curriculum of Movement and Literacy throughout Maryland for both hearing and Deaf populations. Adrienne enjoys integrating dance and the school curriculum and feels strongly about the impact of Arts Integration. She holds a Masters degree in Deaf education as well as a BA in Dance. She can often be found supporting community outreach as well as in public schools through grants, as an artist-in-residence, or grant provider. Adrienne holds a MD State Teacher Certification in Special Education, Deaf Education, and Dance.
Her community workshops, classes, and concerts are well-known throughout Maryland and Anchorage, AK. Adrienne has produced and taught several community workshops in conjunction with professional companies such as Diavolo Dance Theatre. Her self directed/choreographed evening-length concert, Distinct Polarity, was sold-out through the Anchorage, AK run and met with excellent reviews in the press. She has been a featured choreographer with companies such as the University of Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Dance Theatre, Kinetics Dance Theatre Company, Circus Boreal, various schools and studios throughout Alaska, Alabama, and Maryland. Adrienne demands respect in the studio – respect for the teacher, respect for the craft, respect for technique, respect for the music, respect for classmates, and always respect for yourself and your body.