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Our instructors are excited to work with your child and help guide them on their artistic path in a caring and nurturing environment. ​Many of our instructors also work within the Lompoc Unified School District as coaches, dance educators, and choreographers.  

Our mission is to provide students with quality dance training, at an affordable cost, while building self-confidence and promoting individuality, commitment, and discipline. We are dedicated to instilling values, pride, and confidence in children from our community. Each student will receive technical dance instruction and the opportunity to develop his/her dance style. Our classes consist of 8-16 students per class, allowing the students to receive more individualized attention. We are committed to providing a loving, nurturing environment for students to learn the art of dance while making every student feel important.

Annie Boscutti Director
Creative Ballet/Flamenco, Acting, Ballet

Catrina Boscutti Artistic Director
Parent & Me, Jazz, Hip Hop, Acting, Contemporary, Ballet

Lauren Gaspar
Jazz, Lyrical

Sienna Gildea Writer

Kira Gonzalez
Pom, Jazz

Morgan Hughs
Flamenco, Ballet

Morgan Hurd

Kendall Lopez

Pom, Jazz

Riley Ranjo-Bell
Tap, Musical Theatre, Jazz

Angela Smith Flamenco Director
Flamenco, Ballet
Annie Boscutti Bio Coming Soon
Catrina Boscutti is BBT's Artistic Director and ballet and jazz instructor at Boscutti Ballet Theatre. She works with students aged six through young adulthood to find their passion for the arts through creative and exciting learning techniques she has learned from over two decades of experience. She currently choreographs competitive dance routines for Lompoc High School, including group pieces and solos. She has trained with The Kirov Academy of Ballet and State Street Ballet and was a member of the State Street Ballet Young Dancers for several years. She focuses on teaching the Vaganova Method in her ballet classes. She has experience in front of and behind the camera and enjoys sharing her experiences as she directs young students to adapt their talents onto the stage. Catrina believes the stage is for everyone, whether behind or in front of the scenes and performing is a beautiful way to express yourself. It is one of the best ways that children can grow to know themselves, become confident, and learn skills that will last them a lifetime. She is working towards her bachelor's degree in communications and is currently in charge of our social media, website, and email communications. Catrina also records and edits our production dialogue, soundtracks, and music edits. 

Angela Smith is a flamenco dance instructor and choreographer who teaches the art of flamenco to children and adults of all ages. Angela strongly believes that flamenco is a life-changing art for everyone. 
Angela grew up dancing in Santa Barbara from 1998-2003 under the direction of Rose Marie Cruz and then later trained at The Garcia Dance Studio in Lompoc from 2004-2009. From 2004-2009, Angela taught flamenco at Garcia Dance studio and, since 2005, has taught and currently teaches flamenco at Boscutti Ballet Theater in Lompoc. In 2010, Angela began building a summer flamenco program at Boscutti Ballet Theater. To this day, BBT participates in The Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara, California. In addition to her studio training, Angela also ventured off and participated in professional workshops all over California with artists from Spain. She has also trained with local artists such as Roberto Amaral, Lourdes Rodriguez, Carolla Zertuche, and Timo Nunez. 
In many forms, Angela is trained in Ballet, Jazz, lyrical, contemporary, tap, drill team, and color guard. In addition to Boscutti Ballet Theater, Angela was a coach for the Lompoc High School Danceline Team and has been an advisor to this program since 2018. 

Sienna Gildea is an actress, acting coach, and writer for Boscutti Ballet Theater. She has been affiliated with the studio for around 15 years and has played many roles. These roles include The Penguin (Batman 2011), The Queen of Hearts (Alice in Wonderland 2014), The Wicked Witch of the West (Wizard of Oz -year-), and many more. Her skill sets include acting, dancing, singing, writing, and painting. She is a passionate, strong individual who loves teaching acting students alongside Annie Boscutti. She feels the most fulfilled after showcasing months of writing, directing, and seeing her students shine on stage. She can’t wait for another year to show everyone what the students of BBT can do!
Morgan Hughs, a former instructor and flamenco student has moved back home to Lompoc from Kansas and teaches our Flamenco 1 and Flamenco 2 classes under the direction of Angela Smith. Morgan danced/instructed at BBT until 2016, has her associate in dance, and is working towards her BA in education, focusing on birth to 4th-grade special education. While living in Kansas, she ran the YMCA.s youth sports programs (dance, cheer, gymnastics, and seasonal sports) and eventually moved to open her studio, which she ran for two years. Morgan currently coaches for the VVYFL cheer program. 
Kendall Lopez Bio Coming Soon

Lauren Gaspar: Beginning and Intermediate Jazz Teacher

Teaching Experience: Lauren has taught Jazz and Modern Dance classes for the last ten years with BBT. As well as teaching Dance with BBT, she has a B.A. in Liberal Studies and History and a California Secondary Teaching Credential in Social Science. Lauren has been a teacher with the Lompoc Unified School District for the past seven years. She taught for five years at Lompoc Valley Middle School, teaching Social Studies and Dance. She is currently teaching at Lompoc High School as their AP European History Teacher, Yearbook Advisor, and assistant coach to the Lompoc High School Sapphire Dance Team.

Dance Experience: Lauren has been dancing for twenty-five years. Her early education was with the Lompoc School of Dance, where she studied Ballet, Jazz, and Tap. Lauren then went on to dance with the Lompoc High School cheer and dance program; here, she was a cheerleader and participated in dance shows and competitions with her team. Later she studied Jazz and Modern dance at California State University Northridge; after college, Lauren continued dancing with Boscutti Ballet Theatre and eventually became one of their teaching staff.

Riley Ranjo-Bell Bio Coming Soon
Kira Gonzalez is one of two Pom Instructors at BBT. Kira started dancing in high school and led her college dance team at California Lutheran University, where she helped develop them as a competition team. This tradition continues at Cal Lu today. After graduating and returning to Lompoc, Kira took and taught classes at BBT. Kira is a School Counselor at LHS and has been the director of the Lompoc High School Cheer and Pom teams since 2014, where she instructs 9th-12th graders in cheer and dance year-round. She credits much of her dance education to what she learned while at BBT. Peyton, Kira’s daughter, has joined the BBT family, taking classes since 2014. Kira loves being a part of BBT because it is a positive and supportive place to create and learn. Her true loves are her family, dance, and helping youth find their self-worth.
Morgan Hurd Bio Coming Soon
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