Owner & Artistic Director
Emily Scoville began dancing at the age of three at Crystal Phifer School of Dance in Mt. Pleasant, TX. She later moved on to study at the Mt. Pleasant Dance Company and The Academy of Dance and Gymnastics. Growing up, she trained in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, and Hip Hop and began Student Teaching at the age of fifteen. She competed on the award-winning competition teams Major Motion and Barnard Company Dance. She was also a three-year member, Junior Lieutenant and Captain of her High School Drill Team, the Tiger Dolls.
After graduation, Emily moved to Denton, TX to attend the University of North Texas as a Dance Major. There she was a proud UNT Dancer, featured soloist in the Dance Department Staff Choreography Show, and chosen dancer in the Senior Choreography Show. She spent the Summer of her Sophomore year touring the United States as an Instructor and Competition Judge for MA Dance. In 2001, Emily was honored to be chosen onto the Dallas Desperados Dancers, Arena Football Team of the Dallas Cowboys. In her three years of performing with the Dallas Desperados Dancers, she choreographed many of the halftimes and sideline routines, was one of seven dancers chosen to represent the Arena Football League in Sydney, Australia, visited and performed for our US Troops at Ft. Hood’s Celebrity Concert, as well as served as Dance Captain. The following two years, Emily continued working with the Dallas Desperados Dancers, choreographing for not only the team, but also the Youth Dance Team, the Young Gunz. She then began her five-year course with Dallas’ own, Chris & Candy Productions. With this prestigious production company, she once again toured the country five times over, this time as a performer. She was honored to be chosen to choreograph the opening and closing ceremonies of The North American Body Painting Championships in Las Vegas and in Dallas. Emily was also hand-selected to dance in Carrie Underwood’s music video, Cowboy Casanova, which went on to win CMA’s coveted Video of the Year.
Teaching dance since 2006 in the DFW Metroplex, Emily has taken her competitive level dancers to win National titles, receive Choreography Awards, Entertainment Awards, Costume Awards, Scholarships and more. She is known for the compassion and love she gives to each one of her students, making each child know how special they are in this world, and to her. She has choreographed for professional teams such as the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders and the Allen American Ice Angels. She had the honor and privilege of Directing and Choreographing for the Dallas Vigilantes Dancers, the Texas Revolution Dancers, the Frisco Fighters Bombshells, and the Dallas Sidekicks Dancers. Local Universities and High Schools actively seek out Emily for choreography and instruction.
In early 2013, Emily opened her dream come true, Pure Movement Dance & Production Co. She looks forward to continually opening doors, and breaking the boundaries of what is typical in this dance industry. Emily lives in Allen, TX where she is happily married to her husband, Billy, and is the proud mama to two very handsome boys, Corbin and Davin.