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Quan Serita Littleton is a native of Opelika, AL, and a fifteen year resident of
Montgomery, AL. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Alabama State University
(ASU). Her inspiration in becoming a professional ballerina and performer led her to training at
ASU. Currently, she serves as a dance educator at Booker T. Washington Magnet High School,
Dance Magnet, in Montgomery.
Miss Littleton performed several principal roles with ASU Dance Company during her
time with the program. She was also invited to expand her dance education abroad for three
weeks with the Eventa Danza in Pietrasanta, Italy and attended the Black College Dance
Exchange, The American College Dance Festival, and The International Association of Blacks in
Miss Littleton has attended dance intensives with Joffrey Ballet School, Debbie Allen
Dance Academy, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, The Dance Company Experience, and
Alabama Dance Theater seminars. She also trained closely with George Faison, Desmond
Richardson, Debbie Allen, Freddie Moore, Lauren Anderson, Misty Copeland, Anthony Burrell,
Amari Marshall and many other trailblazers in the dance community.
Littleton has a passion for dance education and her expertise in teaching includes Ballet,
Modern, Horton, Contemporary, Jazz and competitive dance. She has taught and choreographed
for Make Your Move Performing Arts, Mann Dance, Tonya Speed Dance Connection, and the
Alabama Summer Dance Intensive. She also has served as a creative movement Director for the
Lowndes County Head Start Program. Additionally, she has worked as a lead dance coordinator
for the Tonea Stewart Summer Camps, 3T and TAPS, and Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s
Broadway South Summer Camps. As a choreographer in the competitive dance community her
choreographic works have received acclaimed awards, which lead to nominations for
competitive national conferences. She was selected to create for the ASU Department of Theatre
Arts, BFA Dance Program, and the B.T.W annual Showcase.
Miss Littleton has danced professionally with Montgomery Ballet, Lindsay Benton
Dance Project, Alabama State Council of the Arts Governors Awards, principal dancer in James
R. Atkinson’s Nutcracker Atoomba. She also performed several variations from many classical
ballets including her favorites, Les Sylphides, Raymonda, and Sleeping Beauty, and Coppelia.
Her film credits as a performer was showcased in the 2016 Ang Lee film “Billy Lynn’s Long
Halftime Walk”.
Miss Littleton is thrilled and inspired to give back to the Montgomery community and
pay it forward as a motivator, inspirational leader and ARTIVIST for her community by creating
Symphony Q Academy of Dance. As the conductor, she looks forward to orchestrating an

orchestral performance.

“When you learn, TEACH. When you get, GIVE.”

-Dr. Maya Angelou

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