Audrey Zluticky is from Los Angeles, where she learned every genre of dance she could get her hands on from a young age! She has performed in several competitions across California and volunteered at local elementary schools. From there, she moved to New York to attend St. John's University, continued on to study French in Paris, and finished up her bachelor's degree in Art History back in Los Angeles at Loyola Marymount University in 2018. Audrey continued to collaborate with new artists throughout the SoCal art/dance communities, along with assisting summer programs/exhibitions with museums and nonprofits. She moved to Portland, completed her 200Hr Registered Yoga Teacher Certification and developed her own practice called Disco Dharma. In 2020, she also joined the Portland Rose Festival Foundation to work on the Annual Jr. Rose Parade. Her journey brought her to Denver and she has been teaching throughout the metro area ever since!
Audrey absolutely loves making a positive impact on the kids and communities she gets to dance with. She currently teaches Hip Hop at Alexa's Dance Factory, hosts dance/art camps at Denver Ballet Theatre Academy, and helps choreograph the Biannual Ballet Recitals with the Academy of Dance at South Suburban Recreation Center. In the new year, she will continue to work with dance organizations through after school enrichment education and is ecstatic to teach alongside the amazing artists in the Colorado Ballet Education and Community Engagement Department!