Katie Rodriguez Hall
Katie Hall is native to San Antonio and has over 35 years experience in the performing arts. Mrs. Hall began her training with Scott Conway at the San Antonio School for the Performing Arts (SASPA) building a wide base of expertise in classical ballet, jazz, tap, folklorico, flamenco, Latin ballroom, hip-hop, musical theatre, comedy, and live performance. She later became a member of the Alamo City Dance Company where she performed in the Nutcracker, Mid-Summer’s Night Dream and Lepidoptera. Mrs. Hall has always maintained a strong love for the city of San Antonio and joined Fiesta Noche Del Rio as one of their core dancers.
After her time with Fiesta Noche Del Rio, Mrs. Hall had the honor of being crowned Miss Fiesta San Antonio 2001. She temporarily left San Antonio to attend Texas A&M University. During her time in College Station she became the president and choreographer of Texas A&M University’s Award Winning Ballet Folklorico Celestial. Mrs. Hall was then named Choreographer and Artistic of Director of the wild west dinner show Tombstone Texas, and Santa’s Wonderland. After graduating from Texas A&M Katie continued her Radio career that began at KAMU-FM, an NPR affiliate, and moved to Austin where she worked in Traffic, Business, Promotions and Voice work. In 2012 she returned to San Antonio where she began teaching at SASPA. Mrs. Hall then began instructing and choreographing for the Alamo City Performing Arts Association (ACPAA) where she was quickly named as the companies Ballet Master. 2018 Mrs. Hall was asked to direct the live entertainment for San Antonio Riverwalk Association’s Halloween and the nationally syndicated Ford Holiday River Parade. In 2019 Mrs. Hall returned to Fiesta Noche Del Rio where she is currently the Director and Choreographer. In 2020, Mrs. Hall succeeded Mr. Conway as the Artistic Director for the Alamo City Performing Arts Association and Alamo City Dance Company. In 2021 Mrs. Hall was named the director for Alamo City Arts Academy.