Director & Teacher
Assistant Director & Teacher
Brittany Adams began her dance training at Jackson’s School of Performing Arts, where she learned early on the importance of expression through movement. She pursued her degree at Goucher College in Towson, Maryland and graduated with distinction with a double major in Elementary Education and Dance. During her education, she also attended American Theatre Dance Workshop and Bates Dance Festival.
Brittany has studied under and performed the works of many notable artists, including Kim Epifano, Doug Varone, Gabriel Masson, Kathleen Hermsdorf and Miguel Gutierrez. She has also performed locally for the Civic Ballet, Bermuda Musical and Dramatic Society, Gilbert & Sullivan, National Dance Theatre of Bermuda and the Bermuda Festival. Brittany teaches full time at Saltus Grammar School and is the director at Jackson’s School of Performing Arts.
Alexis Richens graduated cum laude from Jacksonville University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance, as well as a Business Management degree with a minor in Marketing. In her final year of university, Alexis achieved the award for Outstanding Senior in Dance and held the position of Student Representative of the dance department. Alexis began her dance training at Jackson’s School of Performing Arts where she studied various styles of dance.
Alexis has choreographed for Jacksonville University’s concert, One Spark, DanceSations, and Bermuda Civic Ballet and competed in the American College Dance Festival Association. Alexis has performed in numerous recitals, productions, and pantomimes, and has attended several dance intensives hosted by the National Dance Foundation of Bermuda in partnership with American Ballet Theatre. Her time at university provided her with the opportunity to work with Kristin Gallagher Flato (Ballet Mistress of The Suzanne Farrell Ballet), Stacey Tookey, Koresh Dance Company, and many others. Alexis works at Bespoke Analytics and is the assistant director at Jackson's School of Performing Arts.
Barbara Frith studied under E. Virginia Williams at the Boston School of Ballet. She was a member of the Boston Ballet Company and has studied with Luigi and Alvin Ailey.
Barbara has choreographed and performed in over a dozen pantomimes for BMDS and the National Dance Theatre of Bermuda, of which she was one of the founders and board members. She was also on the Executive Committee of the Gilbert &Sullivan Society and has appeared in their productions of The Boyfriend and had lead roles in Annie, Company and Chicago.
Barbara choreographed the Gilbert & Sullivan productions of The King and I, Me an My Gal, Pirates of Penzance, Les Miserable, Carmen, Into the Woods, Cabaret and directed and choreographed Anything Goes.
Angelia Hubbard has had a lifelong love of movement. Ranging from a career as a professional dancer, to teaching Pilates, Yoga, Barre and Personal Training. She has been teaching dance to children and adults for over 20 years throughout Pittsburgh, South Florida, and Bermuda.
Starting her Pilates teacher training in 2002 she is a fully Certified NCPT in the Pilates Method through the Pilates Method Alliance. In 2003 she began her journey to become a Yoga instructor. Currently she has completed her training in Levels 1,2,3, Pre/Post Natal, Kids and Seniors. Mrs. Hubbard is also a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) through The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). Most recently, Mrs. Hubbard holds certifications as an instructor in Tracey Mallet’s BootyBarre Programs (BootyBarre, Sculpt and BBarreless) as well as Alixa Flexibility programs (Levels1 and 2), Zumba, Zumba Kids, Zumba Jrs and through the Garuda Method on the Pilates Reformer. She is also a certified teacher in Progressing Ballet Technique as well as Sugarfoot Therapy which is a program designed to help dancers with injury prevention. At 41, she has gone back to college to study for her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from PennWest University.
She is continually improving her knowledge so she can offer the most up to date and beneficial programs to her students. With her studio Three Little Lotus, LLC, Mrs. Hubbard offers private, semi-private and small group classes. Her studio specializes in Dance Coaching, Pilates, Yoga, Personal Training with a focus on Strength/Conditioning and Flexibility, Barre, Zumba and Injury Prevention and Recovery. You can find her busy teaching, being a student, and best of all a full-time mom to her three daughters. Angie is excited to be back in Bermuda and teaching again 20 years later for the Jacksons School. To learn more about Angie visit her website: www.threelittlelotus.com