The White House Studios provides performing arts programs and educational services in dance, music, theatre arts, fashion, modeling and pageantry, as well as event management for cultural activities, and seeks to preserve Caribbean and African culture, throughout the DMV. The studio has been directed by Althea Grey-McKenzie, an awarded artist and choreographer, since 2002. TWHS features its resident performing group, Caribbean Dance Traditions, at numerous events and programs including: Discover Strathmore: Colors of the Caribbean, World of Montgomery Festival, Takoma Park Folk Festival, Magical Montgomery, Taste of Wheaton, Wheaton Arts Parade, Silver Spring Dance Fitness Festival, Discover Bonifant, Rockville International Night, Gaithersburg DiverCity Fest, Caribbean Day at KIDMuseum, Caribbean Heritage Festival, Port Towns Day, DC International Festival, H Street Festival, Embassies and County Libraries and schools. We bring movement and music from around the Caribbean, West Africa, Asia and Europe to diverse audiences and continue to support collaborations of cultural traditions in creating exciting theatrical presentations. Visit us for Open Auditions and to Register for our Workshops.