Meet Our teachers
Sue has taught in the Temecula/Murrieta area for over 25 years. Dancing since the age of 3, Sue has collected a Lifetime of experience both on the dance floor and behind the scenes, creating a special environment enjoyed by so many at Miss Sue's Dance Company.
She started at a small studio in Newport Beach, where she found her passion for dance. She was soon asked to join their traveling dance company performing throughout Southern California. Sue has also enjoyed competing throughout Southern California's Country Swing & Ballroom circuits. She gained further perspective as a mother having her 2 daughters on competitive dance teams. She soon saw the need for a studio that could do things differently, so endeavored to create Miss Sue's Dance Company, to nurture a True Love of Dance within every dancer in a studio they can call their home.
Sierra grew up in the dance world with a mom as a dance teacher. She started dancing at the age of 3 and has experience in Jazz, Ballet, Lyrical, Contemporary, Tap, Hip-Hop, and Musical Theater. She competed for many years, winning numerous awards with her teams. In high school Sierra was on the MVHS Varsity Dance Team. After graduating she got her Communications degree from San Diego State University. Sierra has been teaching for 13 years and has experience teaching all ages and styles of dance. Sierra also choreographs for our competition teams. Her routines have won numerous awards and many 1st overalls. Sierra helps coordinate our summer and winter recitals, including choreographing our opening number and father/daughter dance. She is a proud mom of a beautiful daughter, son and new baby girl and can't wait to pass along her passion and love for dance to her children.
Joey fell in love with dance at a young age, and it continues to be a big part of her life. As a child she competed in numerous hip hop competitions, continually placing in the top ten. Having danced with several studios in Southern California, her training includes ballet, tap, hip hop, jazz, contemporary, and modern. In her sophomore year of High School she became captain of the nationally ranked MVHS dance team. Joey's talent has enabled her to perform in many venues from California to Florida. Her travels also include London, Zurich, Dubai, and Uganda where she established a children's dance program to help orphans of Kampala. She now desires to share that experience and passion with people who love dance as much as she does.
Krystal King has been trained in some of the most reputable studios in southern California. Throughout her dance career she has performed in many venues ranging from professional basketball games to art galas. Krystal has received mulitpule awards for her work as both a dancer and choreographer. Once in college Krystal's passion for the arts grew. She joined Axxiom, a company in which she had the privilege to travel and perform all over the country. She became well known in the San Diego area for her high energy and sassy stage presence. While dance is one of her greatest passions, teaching is second to none. Krystal finds extreme joy in inspiring up and coming artists to love performing as she does. She Currently resides in Wildomar CA with her loving little family, where she coaches dance at Temecula Valley High school and raises her spunky three year old Karagen. Krystal is excited to continue sharing her quirky and energetic style with the MSDC family.
Christina started performing at the age of 3 in her parent’s song and dance group, Menifee Valley Stars, where they performed across Southern California. It wasn’t until she moved to Utah at age 11, that she took her first dance class and fell in love right away, especially with Jazz, Hip-Hop and Character. She quickly began competing winning many awards as well as becoming undefeated in her division as a solo competitor. She started teaching at the age of 16, teaching Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Hip-Hop, Lyrical and Character Productions. She has danced alongside many Hip-Hop choreographers within conventions and is grateful for the experience they have given her. In 2008, she was invited to be part of the feature film High School Musical 3: Senior Year. She then moved to Florida to pursue her love of dance by becoming an entertainer at Walt Disney World, dancing in many shows and parades throughout the parks. Although she has a strong passion for performing, she has put that aside to fulfill her favorite role as wife and mother to 2 little dancers of her own. Dancing will always be a part of her life.