Christine Sampier

Christine started dancing at the age of 4 at Randazzo Dance Studio. She started with ballet and then began taking jazz and tap later on. Christine was also a member

of Community High Dance Body, where she learned modern dance and began choreographing all styles of dance for the group. She continued dancing at Washtenaw Community College with Noonie Anderson and Gayle Martin. Christine has had the pleasure of dancing with Ypsilanti Area Dancers, Patchwerk Dance Troupe, Dance 4 Unity and Factory Dance Co. She has taken master classes with Ed Kressley, Tony Randazzo, Peter Sparling, Peter Kentis and Jefferson Baum.

She has performed in numerous Nutcracker performances, at Heritage Festivals, the Ann Arbor Art Fair and several showcases in Ypsilanti.

Currently Christine is directing and producing her third Nutcracker based out of Washtenaw Community College. She is a principal dancer for Rare Paragon Gems, headed by Gayle Martin and also teaches for Randazzo Dance Company.