Amanda Nicole DiTullio
Amanda Nicole DiTullio began her training at De-An’s Jump Dance Center in Corona, CA at the age of 5. After moving to Virginia in 1999, she attended the School of the Richmond Ballet where she performed alongside the professional company in productions of Romeo & Juliet, The Nutcracker, and their World Premier of Cinderella. She also made her Off-Broadway debut at Union Square Theatre at the age of 14 while studying acting under producer and theater educator, Peter Sklar.
Amanda continued to train in ballet, jazz, and contemporary but also began focusing on street styles like popping, locking, waackin’, house, vogue, animation, and more through organizations like KodachromeVA.
Amanda has taught and choreographed for several elite studios where she has garnered countless awards and recognitions and currently serves as the Competition Team Program Director for her studio. She has choreographed pieces for the NFL’s Washington Redskins Youth Charitable Foundation Fashion Show for many years and has had the honor of choreographing numerous Redskins players, including Dancing with the Stars season 26 runner-up, Josh Norman.
Most recently, Amanda can be spotted as a dancer in Jason Cerda’s, “Telefone” music video and in class videos dancing with select groups for choreographers like Misha Gabriel, Dana Alexa, and Jaja Vankova. She was honored to teach for ArtThruMuvmnt’s 2019 National Dance Day Celebration.
Amanda is an NGCP certified in the Giordano Jazz Technique with Nan Giordano and is a proud alumna of the Galen Hook Method: Creative Intensive for choreographers. Amanda is also proud to be an IDA judge (Impact Dance Adjudicators) and is a judge, MC, and master class instructor for World-Class Talent Experience, and is on faculty with WCTE’s affiliate convention: Ambition.
Amanda is passionate about helping students grow and enjoys judging as a means to communicate with and empower young dancers.