Trilogy is built on the knowledge, professionalism and experience of the artistic faculty and administrative staff. Each student will learn dance technique, style, theory, and discipline from our excellent instructors. More importantly the teachers will treat every student equally and encourage self-confidence through personal achievements. The administration strives to serve the needs of each family and dancer.

The faculty members encompass professional backgrounds, loyalty, passion for dance, and the dedication to the creation of extraordinary dancers. Trilogy provides it’s staff with opportunities such as monthly continued education classes in curriculum, teaching concepts and guidelines, as well as CPR and child development classes.

Ronda Runnels

Owner & Director – North and Insight Dance Ensemble

Ronda is the Artistic Director of Trilogy Dance Center. She began her dance training in San Antonio and went on to pursue a dance degree at the University of Texas in Austin. she danced with Third Coast Jazz Company and choreographed for numerous dance companies.  She has studied dance in California and New York with the best teachers in the industry.  Returning to San Antonio, Ronda was the first artist of her kind to implement an outreach dance program to inner city schools. In 1994 she created Visions Dance Troupe, a semi-professional youth company, which received national choreography awards and inspired dancers to pursue dance degrees or professional careers in the dance arena.

Kellie Hodges

Artistic Director and Education Director – North, campus Instructor and faculty of Insight Dance Ensemble

Kellie Hodges began her dance training with Ronda McClure at the Turning Point Dance Center in San Antonio, TX. She then moved on to Point Park University where she earned her B.A. in dance. While there she performed works by Ron de Jesus, Doug Varone, Kiesha Lalama, Ron Tassone, and Douglas Bentz. After graduation she relocated to Chicago, IL to dance with Thodos Dance Chicago. In her short time with Thodos she had the pleasure of performing works by Ann Reinking, Lar Lubovitch, Melissa Thodos, and Zac Whittenburg. Kellie’s choreography ‘Hopelandic’ has been part of the Thodos company repertoire since 2008, touring through nine cities in Alaska.