“You are unique, and if that is not fulfilled, then something has been lost.”
- Martha Graham
ANGELA DICE NGUYEN, raised in Somerset, PA, began dancing at Laurel Arts Dance Center and later studied at Rockingham Ballet Theatre. Angela graduated summa cum laude from Point Park University, where she earned her BFA in Dance and was a recipient of a Rising Star Scholarship. She was a founding dancer of August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble and has performed with Dayton Arts Project, Pursuit Productions, Dance in the Parks, and choreographer Ahmad Simmons. Angela has had the privilege of working with artists such as Kyle Abraham, Robert Battle, Cheryl Mann, Jason McDole, and Darrell Grand Moultrie, among many others, and has enjoyed performing for local, national, and international audiences, including those at Chicago Symphony Orchestra, SummerStage in New York City’s Central Park, and Schrittmacher Dance Festival in the Netherlands. Angela has appeared in several Dance Chance showings and Dance Chance: Redux 4.0, presenting a work of her own in April 2013. Her film credits include Sorority Row, and she has performed in regional productions of 42nd Street and The Pajama Game at Mountain Playhouse. She also is featured in the New York Times bestselling book Dancers Among Us, by Jordan Matter. Angela joined DanceWorks Chicago in September 2011.