Marlita Hill is a multi-published author, choreographer, and educator. She is an Adjunct Instructor and MFA graduate from Belhaven University (Jackson, MS). She showcases her own work and provides master classes, guest choreography, and residencies through the Speak Hill Dance Project.

Her choreography has been presented at venues including Belhaven University, ARC Pasadena, Lineage Performing Arts Center, Diavolo, Towson University, Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage (in collaboration with VT Dance), Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center (MD), and Carpenter Center Performing Arts. Hill holds a BFA in Dance Performance with K-12 Certification from Towson University (MD) and an MFA from Belhaven University (MS). In 2009, she co-founded the dance department at the Cortines School for the Visual and Performing Arts in downtown Los Angeles where she taught tap, modern, and choreography.

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