Patrick with Katie Hass, Hostess of The Wildhorse Saloon Dance Show in Nashville, TN

Patrick with Shelley Mangrum, Hostess of Club Dance in Knoxville, TN.

Patrick's Honors, Publications, and Feature Performances

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Honors & Awards

Choreography and Feature Performances

  • Choreographed and/or directed over 40 scholarship pageants including:
    •  The Miss Alaska/Universe Pagaent
    •  The Miss Fairbanks Pagaent
    •  The Alaska State Fair Pagaent
    •  Alaska's Miss Winter Carnival Pagaent
    •  Nevada's Miss Sierra Snowflake Pagaent
    •  San Antonio's Miss Fiesta Pagaent
    •  San Antonio's Miss City Parks & Recreation Pagaent
    •  Devine's Junior Miss Pagaent
  • Choreographed for the music video “God Blessed Texas” by Little Texas
  • With Patrick as Artistic Director, the McMillan & Company and TU Ropers dance troupes:
    • Presented a line dance for John Schneider's (Bo Duke from the Dukes of Hazard) CD “Worth Waiting For” at Planet Hollywood
    • Were invited to perform on TNN's Wildhorse Saloon Dance Show in Nashville and Club Dance in Knoxville from 1995-1998
    • Were invited to the 1984 Alaska 25th Anniversary State Fair in Fairbanks as “Ambassadors of Goodwill” from the city of San Antonio
    • In 1989, accompanied Mayor Lila Cokrell and former mayor Henry Cisneros to Kumamoto City to celebrate Japan's 100th year as a modern country
    • Performed for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip of England during their 1991 visit to San Antoino
    • Danced for President George Bush's 1992 Drug Summit at the Alamo Block Party
    • Performed for German President Richard von Weizaecker at the German Heritage Park Dedication in HemisFair Park in May, 1992
    • Received an official invitation from “German-American Protokoll” to entertain for a youth exchange in Dusselldorf and for the Porto Hydra Festival in Athens in 1992
    • Were invited to perform in the '97 Kwangju Biennale in South Korea
    • Performed in director Steve Goldmann's 2001 IMAX musical “Our Country” along with musicians Lyle Lovett and Asleep at the Wheel's Ray Benson at Gruene Hall, Texas' oldest dance hall.

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