Vikki Baltimore-Dale was a company member of the D.C. Black Repertory Dance Company and the George Faison Universal Dance Experience (New York City). She performed the role of “Sophisticated Lady” in the Broadway musical “Bubbling Brown Sugar.” Her movie credits include “The Green Lady” in the “Wiz,” “The Blues Brothers,” and Francis Ford Coppola's “One From The Heart.”
Baltimore-Dale was the first to teach master jazz dance classes both at Yunan Art Institute in Kunming, China and the University of Novosibirsk, Russia. She has choreographed professionally for the Cleo Parker-Robinson Dance Ensemble (Denver), Windows International Dance Company (Hong Kong), Kaleidoscope (New York), Opus and Vibe companies (Las Vegas). Her works have been performed internationally in Scotland, Australia, Ireland, China, Hong Kong, Israel, and Russia. Invited by Gus Giordano, she was an adjudicator for seven International Jazz Dance World Congress' Leo Choreography Competitions. She was the recipient of the 2010 Charles Vanda Award for Excellence in the Arts a was invited to become a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Blacks in Dance. She coordinated, choreographed, and directed the traveling performances of UNLV Dance majors to Toronto, the Kennedy Center in DC, Dallas, Cleveland, Los Angeles and Denver.
In 2017, Baltimore-Dale authored the textbook, Survey of African American Dance and a second edition in 2018, for the UNLV multi-cultural course she constructed by the same title.
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March 29, 2019