Early in her career Megan was an intern at the Broadway Dance Center, training intensely to perfect her craft. Her film/print work includes being a two time contestant for Fox's hit reality show So You Think You Can Dance, season 5 and 7 and modeling for Dance Spirit Magazine. In 2018 Megan was one of 3 artists chosen to be in RAW: Natural Born Artists, a nationwide company celebrating artists. As a dancer, instructor and choreographer, Megan wishes to inspire her students and in turn be continually inspired by them. As a choreographer she hopes to continue to work with as many dancers as possible, pushing new movement, strong technique and emotional commitment.
In 2017, Noa created “DrumatiX”, a new and innovative rhythm and dance company that combines elements of tap dance, body percussion, drumming, theatrics and technology/invented instruments, with performances all across the Northeast.
Noa has also been an educator for over 15 years, teaching tap dance, percussion-style classes and music, as well as a musical theater director, in public schools, private programs, universities and more.
Kiera's award winning competition teams have won many high scores, entertainment awards, special judges awards, World Dance Championship invites, division high score winners, and Technique awards at both regional and national competitions. Kiera is also certified in Acrobatic Arts Module 1. She is very excited to dance with you all!
Alana has studied at The University of the Arts and has participated in The Gypsy Project: LA with Erica Sobol and Boston Community Dance Project.
With a focus in contemporary movement and improvisational studies, Alana aims to blend various styles of movement and music to create works that challenge the way that the artists and audience typically approach dance.
Lindsey Vieira began her training at the Donna Miceli Dance Center, and graduated with a BA in Dance Education. Lindsey has been a member of and has choreographed for four dance companies based out of Boston, MA: Boston Cannons Dance Team, Static Noyze Dance Company, Boston Community Dance Project, and Project Nailz. Currently, Lindsey is a member of Impact Dance Adjudicators and is a co-director of Studio Rhythm Dance Center located in Westford, MA.
Mary spent 18 years as a performer and teacher in New York City, before returning to New England in the spring of 2017. Trained in classical ballet, Mary studied and performed with Children’s Ballet Workshop, Boston Ballet, and Harvard Summer Dance Center, and has a BA in Theatre Arts from Mount Holyoke College. She has been on staff at Broadway Dance Center in NYC and spent 8 years with Broadway classroom, through Broadway.com. She teaches at In Sync Center of the Arts outside of Boston, and recently helmed their ballet production of Mary Poppins.
Emily Stomski is from the Central MA and grew up doing competitive dance around the New England area in many styles. After graduating she studied dance at SUNY Purchase and graduated from Worcester State College with a business degree. She now teaches dance at several studios around the MA area (tap, jazz, hip hop, contemporary, modern, and more) and choreographs projects for local shows. Credits include Celtics, Demi Lovato, Eclypse music, Sybarite NY, Boston Contemporary Dance Festival, Concentrate on the Artistry, and more!
Maggie Crowley holds a BFA in dance is certified in Progressing Ballet Technique and in levels 1-3 of the ABT National Training Curriculum. She has attended continuing education classes with Deborah Vogel (Optimal Performance Dance), Bruce Marks and Roni Mahler. Her choreography has been featured at Dixon Place (NYC), the Dance Complex (Cambridge), First Thursdays in Jamaica Plain, the Boston Children’s Dance Festival, the and Dances in Black and White at the Schubert Theatre. Maggie has worked as a guest teacher in the Cambridge Public Schools, United South End Settlement House, Dance Across the City, and and many studios in MA and NH. She received her early training in Vaganova technique at Valley Ballet in Collinsville, CT.