High Performance Dance Theatre


Kim Lang founded High Performance Dance Theatre in February of 1996, a non-profit arts organization with the goal of touring the original production of "Fangalangus Island".  She is the Artistic Director of High Performance Dance Theatre.  She graduated from CSU with her degree is dance.  Kim has taught, choreographed and performed in Colorado since 1993. She started dancing at age 8, and continues to study ballet, modern, hip-hop, cultural dance and jazz.  While attending Colorado State University, she received several Creative Performing Arts Scholarship Awards

After graduating from CSU with honors in December of 1993 with a Performance Art degree, she began working with the many local groups in Northern Colorado.  She made the decision to pursue her own choreography career through HPDT.  She has produced a minimum 2 evening length works every year since 1996.  The wonderful production of "Fangalangus Island" was seen throughout Colorado, and was booked nationwide, but was unable to continue due to the passing of one of its creators. 
Currently Kim teaches jazz, ballet, lyrical and modern, as well as setting choreography for competition and performing groups in Northern Colorado.  She follows her passion for choreography and teaching through High Performance Dance Theatre. She is also the proud owner of Lime Light Fitness in Fort Collins, Colorado.