Angel Prince is a Director, Choreographer, Educator, and Performer. She is the founder and director of Prince Dance Institute, a performing arts school based at the Kahilu Theatre and the Artistic Director of the non-profit Prince Dance Theatre. Prince holds a B.A. in Dance and Psychology from Hofstra University and a Masters degree in Tendencies of Contemporary Dance at the National University of Art in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ms. Prince is a teaching artist for the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts and has also taught on the mainland of the United States and for several schools in Buenos Aires. As director of Prince Dance Theatre, Angel has created and presented work nationally and internationally in both theatrical and educational settings. Que Suenes Con Las Angelitas, critically acclaimed for its combination of dance and theatre, toured the state of Hawai‘i and showcased at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City. Angel worked with Jack Johnson’s Kōkua Hawaii Foundation to create the original musical, Trash Heap. Ms. Prince is a Tanne Award winner, and her company was recently mentioned in Rolling Stone Magazine for their participation in the Concert Across America to End Gun Violence.