Angelica Lopez started dancing at the age of three, and by the age of seven, she started training at Broadway Dance Center in their Children and Teens Program and became a part of their dance company (Arts in Motion). She has performed with the company in many popular venues, including The Macy’s Day Parade and Good Morning America. Angelica has been the recipient of many dance scholarships through The Pulse On Tour Dance Convention, including Protege, 2009-2015. She has also been awarded a fully-paid scholarship by StageDoor productions for their Broadway Dances workshop where a select few get to learn music and choreography from current Broadway actors. She has appeared on BET’s 106 & Park on several occasions including once as a featured performer for Willow Smith and performed at various venues including, Carnegie Hall and The Apollo. She was hired by Microsoft to take part in a massive Launch for the XBox Kinect game in Times Square dancing with Ne-Yo.
In 2011 Angelica played dancing Dora in the animated movie for Nickelodeon, called Dora and the Explorer girls, Starring Shakira and choreographed by Luis Salgado. She also danced in the half-time show at the Miami Dolphins game with Enrique Iglesias. She took part in Beyonce’s/Mrs. Obama’s Campaign called “Let’s Move,” and was selected to take part in the instructional portion of the video. She was a part of the commercial for Google Chrome featuring Lady GAGA, appeared in an episode of Are We There Yet? Television series and took part of a PSA campaign calling for World Peace. She was hired by Hasbro Toy Company for a commercial of one of their most popular toys, “Britney Spears’ Twister Dance Rave.” During September and October 2013 Angelica played “Ava” in Dead Man’s Party, an annual show that takes place at Six Flags Great Adventure as part of Fright Fest. She also is the assistant choreographer for the successful children’s commercial team, Boss Kids, where her choreography has been part of award-winning pieces. She has a B.S in Business Management and Professional Communications from Molloy College.