Victoria Elise Villarreal, Vickie, has been in the performance industry for most of her life. Raised in a musical family, with a Music instructor for a father and a musician as a mother, Vickie is trained in voice, piano, and trumpet. From an early age Vickie has also been active in various forms of dance including ballet, modern, tap, flamenco, folklorico, and hip hop. At fourteen Vickie was accepted into the San Antonio Metropolitan Ballet, under the direction of Susan B. Connally and Karin Connally, where she dance for six years. During her time at San Antonio Metropolitan Ballet, Vickie advanced from apprenticeship to Senior Company status and performed in many Classical and Contemporary Productions. During this time Vickie also attended three Regional Dance America Southwest Festivals where she was awarded multiple scholarships for Ballet Company Intensives. During her senior year of high school Vickie was selected as a member of the San Antonio Parks and Recreation’s Flamenco and Folklorico dance troupe Fandango where she danced for two seasons. Vickie has since joined the Parks and Recreation’s Modern/Hip Hop/Ballet troupe, Alamotion where she is in her second season. Along with music and dance, Vickie has spent some time in the area of acting as well. Vickie has been coached in acting by her aunt, actress Valerie Villarreal Michelson. Vickie has acted in multiple short films, in the San Antonio area, as supporting and starring actress, including the film Let Me Eat Cake which was a finalist in the 2010 San Antonio Cinefestival. Recently, Vickie, along with her sister Rebecca Anne Villarreal, were selected as finalists in the Our Part of Town talent show. This was Vickie’s second appearance to the finals for a dance performance. Vickie also won third place at the 2010 district talent show with her sisters.