Who We Are
Created in 2013 by Tom Kilps, former dancer at Texas Ballet Theater. Having a professional career in the ballet he knows the type of garments his fellow artists need to execute their art on stage and in the studio. He continues to consult with his peers to create the dancewear they desire.
What We Are Doing
An essential garment for a male dancer is the dance belt. We have been working hard to perfect the design and evolve it even more. The innovative result will be your favorite dance belt. We strive to provide a high level of quality and comfort for your dancing.
Why We Are Here
Male dancers have a very limited selection of dancewear today. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of options. The current dancewear products for men are outdated. We understand the need for quality in men’s dancewear. With an all new design of the dance belt complete, we are currently moving forward with development of more product.
Stability & Longevity
We have big plans for the future. We will continue to strive for success and create apparel for performing artists. We will continuously work with performing artists to ensure satisfaction. Our aim is to be the frontrunner for men’s dancewear needs.
Texas Ballet Theater Bio
2014-15 Retirement Season
Thomas Kilps comes to Texas from Madison, Wisconsin, where he began his training with Studio One, Monona Academy of Dance, and Madison Ballet. He continued his training with Pittsburgh Ballet Theater School, The Rock School, and Houston Ballet’s Ben Stevenson Academy before joining Texas Ballet Theater in 2003. Mr. Kilps has enjoyed countless roles in Ben Stevenson’s ballets, some of which include “Ptolemy” in Cleopatra, “Renfield” in Dracula, “White Rabbit” in Alice in Wonderland, “Mercutio” in Romeo and Juliet, “Amour” in Don Quixote, and “Jester” in Cinderella. When not dancing, Thomas runs his premiere dancewear company Dance Jox. This is Thomas’ twelfth season with Texas Ballet Theater.
References: 2014-15 performance programs / Texas Ballet Theater website bio.More About Tom