Nicole Klett found her love for dance at a very young age. Originally inspired by old musicals and dance movies, Nicole grew up performing and training in northern Virginia and attended The University of Virginia. Her work has been presented on stages throughout the DC area and she’s directed productions at prestigious venues including the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the Fillmore Silver Spring. As Artistic Director of Capitol Movement in partnership with Armed Forces Entertainment, Nicole directed tours through Italy, Turkey, Djibouti, Bahrain, and Japan, with her work also being presented in Greece, Portugal, Spain, Egypt, and Cuba.
Currently Nicole is the Director of the Capitol Movement Pre-Professional Company, in Washington, DC and Co-Owner/Artistic Director of The Movement Studios in Springfield, Virginia. She is also on faculty with Platinum National Dance Competition. Nicole has been awarded a Virginia Governor’s Award for service to Virginia youth in the arts and has received numerous choreography awards throughout the DC area. While a student at the University of Virginia, Nicole was co-director of a student run team that was instrumental in organizing and founding the Dance Minor at the University. She is very passionate about both dance and teaching, believing that every movement and moment has meaning that extends far beyond the studio.