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About us

Out Loud Dance was formed with the desire to provide an inclusive environment for students with and without disabilities to create, collaborate and share in the joy of movement. Through various dance genres including jazz, ballet, hip hop and creative movement students will have the opportunity to discover different types of music, move with sensory tools, interact with patient and caring volunteers and perform the skills they have learned together with a sense of pride. Come join us and let's start dancing OUT LOUD! Contact us if you have any questions about our programs.

Out Loud Dance is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization. Our classes throughout the school year rely solely on charitable contributions to sustain our program.

Instructor

Courtney Kalaher (MA, BA) teaches Communication Through Movement in the Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University where she uses creative movement to navigate multiple aspects of nonverbal communication in various social and professional settings for postsecondary students with disabilities. Prior to working at TAMU she completed her MA at NYU Steinhardt in Dance Education and has taught and written curriculum in various dance programs for students PreK-12 in Texas, New York, Uganda and Washington DC. Courtney is passionate about using dance as a means to facilitate personal growth and a sense of community for students with a desire to dance OUT LOUD!

Board of Directors

Courtney Kalaher
Out Loud Dance Founder, Executive Director

Laura Greenway
Secretary

Meagan Orsag, PhD
Texas A&M University

Classes are held weekly from 4-5pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays for students ages 5-18. Dancers will be paired up with a volunteer to help assist in movement activities.