choreographer and dancer
Angel Prince is the Artistic Director of Prince Dance Company and Institute. After receiving a B.A. in Dance and Psychology from Hofstra University,she relocated to Hawaii, finding artistic inspiration from the raw power of nature.
Since 2006, Ms. Prince has created six full-length multi-media dance performances, an original musical for Jack Johnson’s Kokua foundation, and an international theatrical dance show, using performers from the United States and Argentina. Ms. Prince’s current work is collaboration with the world-renowned tango band, Astillero, from Buenos Aires. Celebrated for her eclectic choreography, narrative on human nature, and collaborations with artists from various fields, she has received praise from numerous publications from The Hawaii Tribune to La Nacion in Argentina. Teaching is also a passion and Ms. Prince is a State Foundation on Culture and the Arts teaching artist and the director of a successful dance institute based at the Kahilu Theatre in Hawaii.
This bio/description was originally published in 2012 and updated in 2013. For more current information, please refer to the award recipient's website (if provided).