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To offer quality dance instruction in many dance disciplines for ages 3 through adult. We emphasize proper technique while encouraging creative expression. It is our goal to enchance courage, passion and hardwork within each child and help them gain a strong self-esteem, postive self image and identity through dance.
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Natalie, has 27 years of dance experience, a local native, Natalie is a 2001 graduate of Bishop Walsh High school and went on to study dance and dance education at Shenandoah University. While attending Shenandoah she received extensive training in various dance styles with concentrations in Graham, & Limon technique as well as Choreography. Natalie has worked alongside and studied with Choreographer Tre Holloway, and with other notable instructors including: Mia Michaels, Nick Bass, Wade Robson, Dan Karaty, Ivan Kouemav, & Travis Wall.
Musical Theatre credits include: Bishop Walsh High School Productions: Crazy for You 2001,
Footloose 2002, 42nd Street 2003, & Grease 2004. Potomac State College of West Virginia University's Bye, Bye Birdie 2005, & Cats 2006. Apple Alley Players: The Music Man and Oliver. Steppin' Out's/New Embassy Theatre Chicago, 2014, and Spring Awakening,2015.
She has choreographed and instructed students of all ages at Greater Washington Performing Arts Center, Metropolitan Fine Arts, Joy of Dance, The Kennedy Center, The Dream in Color Foundation, Tiny Dancers, & Broadway Dance Center. Her competitive studio dancers and choreography has won numerous awards at STARQUEST INTERNATIONAL, SHOWSTOPPERS, STAR TALENT, NUVO, STAR POWER, & NEXTSTAR. Her students have performed at the Kennedy Center Opera House, Walt Disney World,The Florida Orange Bowl Halftime show, and the Harlem Globetrotters yearly.
In 2006 Natalie Choreographed & Directed Dancing Our Nightmares, A Steppin' Out Dance Company Halloween production. In 2009 she Directed and Choreographed “A tribute to MJ" a concert benefiting the Allegany Arts Council, and celebrating the works of the late Michael Jackson. In 2012 she co-coordinated the Frankfort High School After Prom Benefit which raised $820.00 in prizes. Most recently the studio brought back there second Halloween production “A Haunted Mansion" in the fall 2014
Natalie is a member of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance and DMA. Currently, Natalie is an instructor at Millennium Dance Complex, in Pittsburgh, PA teaching various styles. She is still the primary instructor and teaches Tap, Jazz, Street-Jazz, Ballet, Modern, Contemporary, & Hip-Hop at all levels. Within her busy schedule she also continues to choreograph out of state for studios, workshops, and holds master classes.
William Clinton Price III, known to many as Billy, is a native of Fort Ashby, WV. He is a 2003 graduate of Frankfort High School. He holds 2 Associate degrees, one in Psychology and General Studies, from Potomac State College of West Virginia University, as well as a Bachelors in Child Development from West Virginia University. William was the choreographer and coach for the Silver Wings Dance Team at his Alma Mater, Frankfort High. He has also choreographed locally for several events
In 2006, he joined Steppin Out School of Dance, as an instructor, under the direction of Natalie Fisher. Over the years William has been seen in many productions including, Chicago, Wizard of Oz, Pippin (Lewis), Beauty and the Beast, My Fair Lady, and Oklahoma, all performed at Potomac State College. He also has been in F&C Productions of Grease, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Hair, Annie, and A Face Full of Mama, written by Shane Riggs. William participated in Arts in the Schools week and helped with the Cumberland Arts Bus. Most recently William has choreographed for Apple Alley Players, Suessical: The Musical, Aladdin Jr., Legends Dinner Theater, Big River, and The Wizard of Oz. Last summer, he teamed up with Natalie Fisher and co directed and choreographed Chicago at the New Embassy Theater.
William has taken several workshops and competitions in the Pittsburgh area and has worked with various choreographers. William teaches Hip Hop, Jazz/Street Jazz, and also does private lessons at different levels with the studio. When he not at the studio you can run into "Billy" anywhere!
Natalie, Thank you for everything! Lola is having so much fun and really looks forward to class. Every day she is asks if it is Monday!
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