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Movers Unlimited

Movers Unlimited is the Northeast Campus’s resident, pre-professional dance company. Under the direction of Kihyoung Choi, Ph.D., we select company members through auditions.

Our mission is to promote humanity, unity, and diversity through the art of dance. Company members are committed to reach out to the greater community through performance, volunteer work, and dance education for the artistic enrichment of the community. 

Company members become versatile, well-rounded dancers by performing an advanced repertoire of:

  • Classical & contemporary ballet (pointe)
  • Modern / contemporary dance
  • Hip-hop dance
  • Traditional & contemporary Korean dance
  • Jazz dance
  • Musical theatre
  • Tap dance

See our students dance

Visit TCC Dance Photo Gallery.

Past Performances

  • Palm Desert Choreography Festival at McCallum Theatre
  • Dallas DanceFest
  • American College Dance Association Conference & the Gala Performance
  • Fort Worth ISD District Dance Showcase
  • Broadway Cares in NYC
  • Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE) in NYC
  • Denton Collage Dance Festival
  • Fort Worth Pride
  • Muscle Memory Dance Theatre
  • HEB Chamber Gala
  • Bedford Arts Festival
  • Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce


  • Student dance group makes TCC history (TCC News)
  • A Connection of the Heart (TCC Reach Magazine)
  • Dallas DanceFest
    Movers Unlimited performed in this showcase of excellence in dance that celebrates the outstanding contributions of distinguished leaders in the field. We were recognized as one of the dance companies that reflects vibrancy, vitality, diversity, and excellence.

Community Outreach & Fundraisers

We volunteer and hold several fundraisers throughout the year to benefit local and national organizations, such as:

  • Humane Society of North Texas
  • Tarrant Area Food Bank
  • God’s Love We Deliver
  • Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS
  • Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE)
  • Dancers Responding to Aids
  • Empowering Seniors
  • Come Read with Me
  • Greater Chicago Food Depository
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities
  • San Francisco-Marin Food Bank
  • Tarrant County Homeless Coalition
  • Cradles to Crayons Chicago
  • Food Bank for New York City


Auditions consist of 3 parts. Dancers will:

  • Learn and perform 1 movement combination from any of the following styles:
    • Ballet
    • Modern
    • Tap
    • Musical theatre
    • Jazz
    • Hip-hop
  • Perform a solo (length: 1–2 minutes) of any type of dance style
  • Have a short interview with judges


  • Experience in 1 or more of the following styles of dance:
    • Ballet
    • Modern
    • Tap
    • Musical theatre
    • Jazz
    • Hip-hop
  • Willingness to explore diverse dance forms in order to develop strong performance skills.

If selected, dancers must be enrolled in Dance Practicum (Monday/Wednesday 3-hour rehearsal class) on Northeast Campus.

2020–2021 Season Audition Details

Virtual Auditions

  • Dates: Sunday, August 9 & Monday, August 10, 2020


The 4-part virtual audition includes:

  1. Online application form
  2. Video of learned movement combination
  3. Video of your solo
  4. Virtual interview

Here's the timeline:

  • Due Friday, July 31, at 11:59 p.m.: online application (Google form)
  • Available Sunday, August 9, 1–4 p.m.: movement combination for audition
  • Due Sunday, August 9, at 4 p.m.: your 2 videos
    1. YouTube link to a video of your learned movement combination from any of the following styles:
      • Ballet
      • Modern
      • Hip-hop
      • Jazz
    2. YouTube link to a video of your solo (solo length: 45 seconds to 1 minute)
  • Monday, August 10, by appointment only: 15-minute virtual interview via Facetime or Google Duo

For detailed information—including the online application form, movement combination link, and interview appointment—please contact Kihyoung Choi at before the virtual audition dates.



Northeast Campus

Kihyoung Choi, Professor of Dance

Updated May 28, 2020