We are so excited to announce The Dance Attic Master Class Series schedule for 2021! All TDA Dancers are urged to take advantage of these guest artists coming in and teaching different styles. It is such a great opportunity for dancers to be taught by different artists and be pushed to go outside of their comfort zone. We welcome these classes to the general public as well so please, email us at email@example.com so we can help you get registered for the appropriate classes. A native of Greenville, North Carolina, Kennedy Hill received her BFA in Dance Education from East Carolina University. Kennedy has had the privilege of participating in various summer programs and professional workshops with companies including Abraham.In.Motion and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. She enjoys both performing and creating learning experiences through the art of dance. Kennedy’s favorite styles to teach are contemporary and Hip-Hop. She currently works with two non-profit organizations based in New York City and teaches dance at Girls Prep Middle School in the Bronx.
My name is Macy Lowery and I am a rising sophomore at NC State University. I have been dancing for roughly 16 years and began my training under The Dance Attic at the age of 9. I am currently a member of the NC State Dance Team and plan to pursue collegiate dance until I graduate in 2024. I am honored and super stoked to return to TDA, my dance family, and share with everyone a little of what I have learned since being on a college dance team.
Laura graduated from the University of North Carolina Charlotte cum laude with a B.A. in Dance. While at UNCC she danced on the Charlotte 49ers Gold Dusters dance team. After graduating, Laura moved to New York where she danced in several companies including RAW Artists, Mary Seidman and Dancers, Kaleidoscope Dance Theatre, Valleto Dance Company and many more. Laura has teaching experience along the east coast and is also a full time convention, wholesale, and teamwear manager for Jo+Jax dancewear. Lauren danced for Louisburg School of Dance for 28 years and taught dance there for 10 years. She’s done a little bit of every such as clogging, tap, ballet, jazz and lyrical, but Clogging is her favorite. She gave up dancing in 2015 when she had her son.
Hannah Kent is a dancer from Raleigh, North Carolina. She began her dance journey at the age of 7 in a musical theatre based company in Wake Forest where she studied voice, acting, and dance. She then began her full swing of dance training in the styles of modern, contemporary, jazz, ballet, and hip hop. Hannah has been involved in the competitive and commercial dance scene since the age of 12 and has since shifted to getting her Bachelors in Dance studies at Appalachian State University. She is now involved in local commercial dance works, music videos, and battling in hip hop and modern techniques and trained with an NC dance crew called “Entropy”. Heather Hoy, a native of Wake Forest, North Carolina, danced at The Dance Attic for 17 years. Heather danced competitively at the Dance Attic for 15 years and is currently pursuing her degree in Elementary Education with a Minor in Dance as well as Entrepreneurial Management from Appalachian State University. Heather is considered an integral part of The Dance Attic team, and assists with managerial duties for TDA. During her time dancing at TDA, Heather won numerous awards for her routines including highest score of the day as well as several scholarships at competitions and conventions throughout the year. Heather was also involved in Dance at High School by writing the bi-laws and mission to be able to create a Dance Team at Wake Forest High School her senior year. Now at App State University, Heather is an active member of the NC Dance Crew “Entropy.”
Abby began dancing at the age of three. She studied dance at The Dance Attic for 15 years! While at The Dance Attic, Abby trained in a multitude of styles including contemporary, jazz, pointe, hip hop, and tap. Competing with The Dance Attic, Abby has won many awards including a scholarship to Broadway Dance Center. She has taken classes at BDC and Alvin Ailey in New York. Abby was highly involved in the theater department in high school and had the opportunity to take classes from esteemed members of the broadway community including Ariana DeBose, Corey John Snide, Brian Ray Norris, and Kevin Smith Kirkwood. Abby is currently in her Junior year at East Carolina University majoring in Dance Performance and Choreography. The Dance Attic excited to welcome Danielle Lang to teach a Ballet class on Saturday, 9/8. Danielle began dancing at Lehman’s studio at age 11 and became a member of the company Ballet Lehman USA. With that company she had the opportunity to perform the Nutcracker as well as compete in Sochi, Russia. Danielle attended Virginia Commonwealth University on scholarship for dance and choreography where she had the opportunity to work with numerous dance professionals from all over the world. She has performed pieces such as Jose Limon’s Choreographic Offering at the Kennedy Center and BET”s 2009 Spring Bling. Danielle has worked with shows such as The Lion King, Burn the Floor, Shrek the Musical and other on and off Broadway shows. She likes to take classes in NYC to keep her dance styles updated.