Our Hip Hop Companies are taught in a clean and grounded West Coast style.  Moves and music are age appropriate.  Costuming is in very good taste and focus is on the movement quality.  Selection is based on skill level, but age is a consideration as well.  Auditions for companies are in late spring, but please call the office for more information and the possibility to audition at a different time.

Realm will learn choreography in August and begin competing and performing in the fall.  Companies attend conventions and local competitions, and locations vary from year to year.  Our hip hop company has performed at the Austin Spurs Half Time and Pre Game, local festivals, high school basketball games, and high school productions as guest performers.  In addition, companies perform all choreography in our spring showcase.



  • Platinum and Double Platinum at studio competitions.
  • Entertainment Awards
  • 1st Place in Hip Hop Category Star Quest 2019
  • 1st Place in Hip Hop Category 8National 2019
  • 1st Place at all competitions, Overalls, and Judge’s Choice at every contest.
  • Performance at SXSW, Austin, Spring 2018  
  • Hip Hop Co. – High Golds for all performances at 24/7 convention, 1st Place Awards at all competitions in spring season 2016.  
  • JCru – Specialty Hip Hop Award at ASH Convention, Most Entertaining and Best Technique at Vista Ridge HS Dance Competition, 1st and 2nd place awards at all competitions in spring season 2016. 
  • 1st Place at every competition and Ultra High Gold Awards for 2017



  • Realm Company was featured in a professional video “Mo Math, Mo Money” produced by Party Hat Productions in Austin, TX. 


"Mo Math, Mo Money" Video

Realm is currently searching for a new Director as Ms. Leah has moved out of state.  If you are interested in this position and in taking on the strong legacy of Realm, please contact our office.

Former Instructor Leah DeFalco

Leah started hip hop dancing at the age of seven in the San Francisco, Bay Area.  In high school she won the All About Dance scholarship, and started competing with their dance team.  At All About Dance, Leah studied a variety of dance styles and techniques including ballet, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, and lyrical.  Leah went on the win the Dupree Dance Hip Hop Scholarship, along with being co-captain of her college dance team.  She then taught contemporary at Tahoe Player’s Academy, while receiving her degree in Psychology with a focus in Women’s Self Image. Leah has successfully formed competition level hip hop companies at The Dance Academy which have won many awards.