Philip Flickinger
Summer Academies for High School Students Instructor


Philip Flickinger joined the faculty in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Sacramento State in 2013 and is an instructor in the Summer Academies for High School Students, coordinated by the College of Continuing Education. He and fellow Sac State Professor Melinda Wilson Ramey teach the Theater and Performing Arts Summer Academy, combing their talents in choreography, dance and drama.

Philip is the recipient of a 2014 College of Arts and Letters Student-Faculty Research and Creative Activities Grant for Phuviophile, which features his collaborative research and creative activities with Sac State students in music and dance.

He danced professionally with Diavolo Dance Theater in Los Angeles and toured in Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, South Korea, Brazil and the United States. His performances included premieres of new Diavolo pieces commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic and performed at the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. 

Philip has performed at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica, Lively Arts in Stanford, Mondavi Center at UC Davis, and Harris Center: Three Stages at Folsom Lake College. He has also worked at Modesto Junior College and Santa Rosa Performing Arts High School. He is currently the co-director of D.I.G, Dance Investigation Group, with Lorelei Bayne.

Philip earned his master’s degree in dance, choreography and performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder and his bachelor’s degree in dance, sociology/anthropology from Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota.