Kara Willingham is originally from Dallas, Texas. She is trained in ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, and hip hop. Upon graduating high school Kara opted to move to Los Angeles and begin her professional career. She has taught and choreographed recreational and competitive dance for teens and adults at schools and private studios throughout the greater Los Angeles area for 20 years. During this time Kara performed with Unrestricted Element Dance Company, Ray Entertainment, and LA’s Metro theater company. She has performed in various film and stage productions including Good Day LA and, during a stint in Las Vegas, Nevada, the T Fox Musical Revue. Over the years, Kara has choreographed many award winning performances for kids/teens and is most proud of coaching Polytechnic High School’s Dance/Drill Team— to a 5 time 1st Place National winning team as well as a first place win entering the team into a Paramount Studios Talent Showcase for all of Southern California. She started her own dance company called LADC(Los Angeles Dance/Drill Co) in 2019 for competitive teens and college aged dancers. Her choreography was showcased in a music video for the band Eden Effect. She also performed and is now an alumni of Hollywood’s Improv Olympic. Other credits include print work for companies such as P&G, Nioxin, Wella, Paul Mitchell, and Inspire Magazine. Her passion for dance and acting has never ceased and Kara hopes to spread her love of the arts with every student she has the pleasure of training.