Meet the Instructors

Kim Bell In Step Dance Studio

+ Kim Bell, Director

Originally from Clarksburg, WV, Kim has studied numerous phases of dance since 1986. Kim holds a Bachelors of Science degree from West Virginia University’s School of Medicine in Exercise Physiology with minors in Theatre and Dance, and a Masters of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from West Virginia University, where she was awarded ’Most Outstanding Master’s Of Science Student.”

She is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer and group fitness instructor as well a Certified Zumba, Zumba Gold, Zumba Toning, Sentao, Zumba Kids, Enhance Fitness, Hip Hop Hustle, PiYo & Turbo Kick Instructor and is the founder of the In Step Fit Club. Kim is also a Walk With Ease Instructor through the Arthritis Foundation and Certified P90X Instructor (along with her husband, Tony.) Kim is a Nutrition and Health/Wellnes Professor at Salem International University and the Activities Director of the Harrison Co Senior Citizen’s Center and a presenter at the statewide nursing home conference.

Kim has studied, taken Master classes, and performed in such places as Italy, Havana Cuba, Opryland Tennessee, New York New York, West Virginia University, Slippery Rock University, Indiana University, and many other places throughout the United States, and has worked with some of the country’s most renowned dance instructors and choreographers.

Kim directed the Clarksburg City Community Dance Program for three years and founded In Step in 2005. In Step’s performance credits include representing West Virginia at the Garden State Stomp in Mt. Laurel NJ, Idlewild Park, Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge TN, Walt Disney World, Ron Jon Surf Shop in Cocoa Beach FL, King’s Dominion, Hershey Park, Virginia Beach, VA, Busch Gardens Williamsburg, the Statue of Liberty, CedarPoint, Six Flags, and many other fairs, festivals and parades. In Step has received many competitions awards through IDC, DTI, ETS, and has been offered a spot in the DMA finals for the past 5 years.

Kim’s performance credits include Allegro Dance Co for five years, WVU African Ensemble for four years, WVU Folk Dance and Clogging Club for three years, and Orchesis Dance Ensemble for two years. Kim has also performed in many musical theatre production including 42nd Street, Funny Girl, Damn Yankees, Jekyll and Hyde, Sweeny Todd, and many other straight shows.

Kim’s choreography credits are numerous as well, including numbers produced for Morgantown Children’s Theatre, Act II Theatre Co, Town And Gown Theatre Co, Fairmont State University, RM Productions, Anna’s Expressions of Dance, Liberty HS Theatre, Show Choir and Dance line, Robert C Byrd HS Theatre, Show Choir, and Dance Line, the Worship Dancers from First Baptist Church in Shinnston, and Washington Irving Middle School Show Choir, who became the WV State Middle School Show Choir Grand Champions for the third year, where "Best Choreography" was one of their many honors. Kim has also produced and directed nearly 40 dance recitals over the past 13 years, with many more to come!

Heather Babcock - In Step Dance

+ Heather Babcock

Heather Babcock, of Stonewood, West Virginia, is a Latent Print Examiner at Ideal Innovations, Inc. She’s originally from New Cumberland, WV- where she danced at Michelle’s Dance Studio from the age of 5 til her senior year of high school. She participated in tap, jazz, acrobat, ballet, lyrical, pointe, and competitive team, as well as performing in several solos/duets. She was a baton twirler with the New Cumberland Daisyettes until sixth grade.

She attended gymnastics at Brian’s Basics in Follansbee, WV throughout high school. Additionally, she was a cheerleader for the Golden Bears from the age of four on the preschool peewee team to her Senior year on the high school Varsity squad. She cheered for Mountain State University her sophomore year of college.

Today, Heather attends Zumba classes at In Step Dance and Fitness. She loves teaching tumbling to the students at In Step and is excited for the future!

+ Elsa Davis

Elsa discovered her passion for teaching fitness in 1980, while living in the Azores. While there, she taught aerobics classes and eventually took over another fitness class in addition to her class. Since then, she has taught aerobic and step-aerobic classes at various locations.

After seeing an article about “Zumba” in the newspaper, she went to In Step School of Dance to give it a try. It was love at first dance! This was the experience that fulfilled a life-long dream - to find a fitness class that was so much fun, you (almost) forget that you are exercising! A big plus is that you get to learn some basic dance steps and moves in a friendly, encouraging atmosphere.

Elsa is licensed to teach Zumba (level 1 & 2); Zumba Toning, Zumba Gold, Zumba Step (level 1 & 2); and is a member of ZIN (Zumba Instructors Network.) She particularly loves working with those that are new to Zumba. Her classes include Zumba, Zumba (for beginners) and a mash-up class of Zumba Step and Zumba Toning. In addition, she recently became a certified POUND instructor – one of her favorites!

Debbie Johnson, In Step Dance

+ Debbie Johnson

Debbie first began taking Zumba classes at In Step back in 2011, saw even with her disability she could do it, and finally fell in love with exercise! In Feburary of 2012 she went to a Zumba Basic Training and received her license to teach classes! The Summer of 2012 Debbie went to Convention in Orlando with three other instructors from In Step. While there she received her Basic 2 training and got an additional license in Zumba Kids and Kids Jr, as well as taking different flavor classes which inspired her more.

She currently teaches Zumba in the Circuit and Zumba classes at In Step School of Dance and Nutter Fort Intermediate School. Every 9 weeks on the Primary side of the school she goes in one Friday to teach Zumba Kids all day to the children in gym class. On the Intermediate side she also teaches for a health class grade one day a week and is often asked by the students and staff to pop in and teach all day.

Debbie goes to the mall as a representative of the studio for Tuesday for Tots, shows up at schools when asked for a reward day that is given the students and holds weekly classes for the Project Isaac program at Nutter Fort. Debbie has three children, Steve, Tish and Ezra Johnson, and resides in Clarksburg, WV, with her husband Tom.

Julie Knicely, In Step Dance

+ Julie Knicely

Julie started her dance career at the age of 3 in ballet and jazz. She later added twirling to her dance experience and moved on to become Head Majorette in High School. After High School she provided baton lessons at the local YWCA. Julie joined In Step as the twirling instructor in 2009. She teaches beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels of twirling and as well as fire twirling.

Julie is a member of the Spellbound Dance Company at In Step as well. She is currently providing choreography and coaching to the RCB High School Majorettes.Julie is married to Shawn Kniceley and has two kids, Ruby and Daniel. Ruby has been an In Stepper since 2008. Julie is also a Compliance Director at United Summit Center where she began her career in 2010.

+ Tomeeka Langer

I have danced at In Step since I was 13. I became a student assistant to Kim soon after. I continued to dance and teach (youth classes and Zumba) until I became pregnant with my first child in 2011. I realized it was very hard for me to leave him. I wanted to have him everywhere I was.

After I had my second child in 2015 I thought hard about how I could become healthier and stronger without having to leave my baby but at the same time be with other adults as a support system. I decided to create ROCK-N by Baby Babywearing fitness in order to be able to exercise while bonding with my little one. I am also certified to teach Urban Boot Camp, POUND and Zumba.

Kaylee Maholic, In Step Dance

+ Kaylee Maholic

Kaylee Marie Maholic has been dancing at In Step since the age of two. Miss Kaylee has been lucky enough to perform at various places with In Step that include: Hershey Park, Disney World, Ron Jons Surf Shop, Busch Gardens, Virgina Beach, New Jersey Stomp, Myrtle Beach, Six Flags Maryland, Kennywood, and New York City.

Over the years Miss Kaylee has recieved many achievements including: a Pointe Park Intensive Scholarship, The Paige Pierce Smile Big Scholarship, Be Discovered Scholarship to attend 'The Carnival' Performance Intensive in NYC, JUMP Alternative Dance Convention and was awarded a Hip-Hop Scholarship to attend Dancerpalooza in Los Angelos, California, Star Talent Nationals Miss Kaylee was placed 9th in the Nation in her age group for her contempary solo choreographed by Jocelyn Spellman, WVMEA State Show Choir Competition in 2015 and was awarded Best Performer from Bridgeport Middle School, and last but not least she was also awarded the WVSSAC Academic Award for the Bridgeport Middle School Band.

Kaylee has also attended many dance workshops and competitions including: DTI, Extreme Talent Showcase, IDC, DMA, Star Talent, Star Systems, The Cheryl Cutlip Rockette Workshop, EJ Workshop, and JUMP. She has been a student at In Step while taking classes in Ballet Technique, Pointe, Tap, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Clogging, Acro, Tumbling, Modern, Contemporary, Twirling, Fire Baton, Musical Theater, Pom, and Zumba. Also at In Step Miss Kaylee teaches Jr. Hip-Hop, Private Lessons, and assists with Kid's Zumba and 3-4 & 5-7 ballet, tap, and jazz classes. Miss Kaylee also enjoys helping choreograph for the Bridgeport Middle School Show Choir and Danceline.

Outside of dance class, she has enjoyed performing in school plays, talent shows, Cheerleading Competitions, Harrison County Dance Line Competitions, Halftime shows at Cleveland Cavaliers Basketball Games, WVU and Bridgeport High School Football games. Kaylee is a 4.0 Honor Student at Bridgeport High School where she serves on the Freshman Student Council, Band, Frontline, and Key Club. In her spare time she likes to listen to music, read, play with her younger brother, dance, personal training with Kim Richison-Bell, and run 5k's. In the future she plans on attending college at the University of North Carolina while studying Marine Biology and Sports Medicine, while also continuing her dance education.

+ Stacie McCarty

Stacie McCarty grew up with a love for dance. In addition to regular dance classes, she had the opportunity to travel around the state with the Nicholas County Heritage Dancers, a folk dancing group, teaching and sharing the love. It seemed the natural next step to start teaching Zumba.

In 2010, Stacie got licensed and started a class with her sister in Summersville, WV. When she moved to Harrison County, she started teaching here at In Step as well as the local YMCA. In addition to Zumba, she teaches Aqua Zumba, dances with Spellbound Dance Company, and is a certified Urban Boot Camp Instructor.

She lives in Good Hope with her husband, two daughters (who are also In Steppers!) and son, Tobias (Toby, aka T-Baby, aka Papi).

+ Paige Pierce

Paige is a student at Fairmont State University. Upon completion of graduation, Paige plans to open an early learning child care center. Paige has been studying dance under the direction of Kim Richison-Bell at In Step since 2003. She participates in jazz, clogging, ballet, tap, hip-hop, modern & twirling. Paige has been instructing twirling and dance since 2008 at In Step.

Paige has performed at Disney World, Ron Jon Surf Shop, Kings Domion, Hershey Park, Busch Gardens, Virginia Beach, Cedar Point, and at the Statue of Liberty with the In Step School of Dance. Paige also competes with In Step and has been awarded numerous awards from many competitions for both dance and twirling.

Paige has attended numerous workshops in which Dance Professionals from around the country offer technique training, choreography, and instruction/lectures. Some of these guest artists are former dancer and assistant choreographer with the Radio City Rockettes, Cheryl Cutlip, "So You Think You Can Dance" finalist, EJ Ferencak, and Founder of the "Beginnings" Workshop, Peter Sklar. Paige attended Mr. Sklar's workshop in New York and was given the opportunity to perform at Manhattan's Union Square Theatre.

In 2013, Paige accepted the position of Liberty High School Show Choir choreographer. Also in 2013, Paige was selected to be a member of the Spellbound Dance Company. Paige’s family is also the sponsors of the annual Paige Pierce “Smile Big” Scholarship, awarded each year to a deserving In Stepper.

+ Melissa Beebe Roberts

Melissa studied dance at her local studio in Massachusetts beginning at the age of three. She continued to dance throughout high school and at Hamilton College, graduating with a major in History, a minor in French, and numerous academic and technique dance classes. At Hamilton College, she studied advanced ballet, modern dance, and jazz technique, as well as dance history and choreography. She performed in works by faculty and guest choreographers, and completed an independent study project on choreographer Agnes de Mille.

She continued her academic study of dance at Wesleyan University with coursework in dance history and dance and movement therapy. As an adult, she studied ballet at New Haven Ballet, and modern technique with teacher Susan Matheke in Connecticut. She also studied at Chico Creek Dance Center in Chico, California. Her professional background includes positions in alumni relations and development at the secondary and college level, and as associate director of admissions at the graduate level.

Melissa also teaches Barre fitness classes with a certification from American Barre Technique. Barre is a ballet-based fitness class which incorporates movement from ballet, yoga, and pilates as well as light weights.

Most recently, Melissa has lived and taught dance classes in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, and Chico, California, including pre-ballet, various levels of ballet, and adult ballet fitness. Recent performances include adult roles in The Nutcracker, Cinderella, The Sleeping Beauty, and Peter Pan, as well as a dance and performance variety show.

Melissa lives with her husband, her three children, and their German Shepherd dog.

+ Michael Rogers

Michael Rogers, of Clarksburg, has been teaching Power Sculpt (weight lifting and core fitness), Zumba, and Yoga at In Step since 2009. Before he began teaching at In Step, he was a loyal in attendance to In Step’s many Zumba classes. Mike began taking Zumba classes at In Step in March 2007. In 2 years, Mike lost 120lbs through diet and exercise and has kept it off!! Mike had such great success with In Step’s wellness program, he began teaching at In Step in 2009.

Mike is now a Licensed Practical Nurse, and in addition to In Step, he is employed at Genesis Youth Crisis Center, the ARC of Harrison County, and is the co-owner of North View Wash World Laundry Mat. Mike is licensed to teach Yoga, Zumba 1 & 2, water aerobics, and is a YMCA Fitness Leader. He is also certified to teach Red Cross CPR/First Aid/AED/Professional Rescuer and Infection Control.

Mike was a 10 year resident of the Virgin Islands where he was Activities Director at the Westin Resort St John and Sunterra Resort St Croix. Mike loves to dance, sing, swim, meet new people, and help others attain a healthy lifestyle.

+ Marissa Shanholtz

Marissa Shanholtz graduated from Liberty High School in 2012. While there, she participated in student government, theater, and show choir. In 2011 and 2012 she was the dance captain for the Liberty One Voice Show Choir, and volunteered her time helping the WI Show Stoppin’ Toppers. She has been with In Step since 2009, and has worked her way up to being the Beginner Tumbling and Musical Theater Instructor. Miss Marissa also helps out with the Intermediate and Advanced Level Tumbling classes.

2014 was an exciting year for Miss Marissa here at In Step. For the spring recital she choreographed the instructor dance, “To This Day”. The piece was a tribute to those that have been affected by bullying in their lives - a topic very close to Miss Marissa’s heart. In July, “To This Day” received a Superior rating and won first place at the Star Talent National Dance Competition in Myrtle Beach.

Miss Marissa balances her life at the studio with school, as well. She attends Fairmont State University where she will graduate in May 2016 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. While at FSU, Marissa helped to start a chapter of Active Minds, a national non-profit organization that works to remove the stigma that surrounds mental health on college campuses. Since its start in 2013, Marissa has served as the President, and has overseen and participated in multiple events on FSU’s campus. With Active Minds, she has been certified in QPR Suicide Training and SafeZone Training for the LGBTQIA community. She hopes to continue the work that she has done with Active Minds by extending her reach to eliminating the stigma that surrounds mental health in society. She wants to help make a community environment where people can speak up about their problems without fear of being made fun of, and that is a philosophy that extends into her teaching style in the classroom.

Marissa’s entire life has been dedicated to working with children and helping those that sometimes need a little more help or encouragement. After graduation, she plans on pursuing a Masters in Educational Psychology from WVU. The parents, students, and staff at In Step hold a very special place in Miss Marissa’s heart, and she looks forward to being a part of the In Step crew for at least a few more years… or the rest of her life.

 

+ Kristin Scharnhorst

Kris Scharnhorst has loved dancing and physical fitness her entire life. She began in gymnastics at age 6 and participated in as many organized sports as possible growing up, as well as cheerleading and Tae Kwon Do. She was a member of the award winning South Harrison High School Show Choir for 4 years, including competitions out of state. She studied jazz and ballet with Kelly Brown at Fairmont State University as well as movement and theatre related dance classes. She also took several movement and theatre dance courses while there.

After taking her first Zumba class in 2011, Kris was hooked. She soon found In Step and has been taking fitness classes ever since. She is a certified Zumba instructor (Level 1) and a ZIN member. She is also a certified POUND Pro.

Outside of In Step, Kris is a freelance writer and editor with a BA in English from Fairmont State University and a MALS in Arts and Culture with a concentration in creative writing from University of Denver. She has been involved with Harrison County 4-H for 23 years, volunteering as a counselor for 10 of those years. She also teaches various classes at the Songbird Learning Center in Fairmont, WV for the homeschooling co-op Learning Out Loud.

+ Miranda Singleton

Miranda Singleton has been with In Step since the year of 2006. Miranda is currently an instructor at In Step School of Dance teaching the groups of Beginner Hiphop, Jazz, and Clogging. As well as, the beginner and intermediate Pom classes. She has studied a variety of genres in dance including: Clogging, Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop, and Contemporary/Modern.

While being with In Step she has performed in such places as New York City, Busch Gardens, Hersey Park, Disney World, and many more. She has also gotten the opportunity to compete in many different local and national competitions while at In Step and has also taken an extensive amount of workshops with well-known artists such as EJ Ferencak, Alex Wong, Cheryl Cutlip, and many others.

Outside of the studio, Miranda is a Licensed Practical nurse and a mother of two. She enjoys spending time with family and loves bringing a positive atmosphere into her class for her students. In Step to her, is more than a dance studio, but a family. She is excited and ready for the wonderful year of dance!

+ Jocelyn Spellman

Jocelyn Spellman is the Artistic Director and founder of SpellBound Dance Co. She is a native of Clarksburg, West Virginia, and has trained extensively at various studios and festivals during her career. Jocelyn has foundations in ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, and ballroom dancing. Jocelyn has also performed in many musical theatre productions including Little Shop of Horrors, Annie Get Your Gun, Oklahoma, Guys and Dolls, and Anything Goes.

Ms. Spellman has been to many dance festivals and competitions on the east coast and has been awarded with national and regional championships while having the honor of training with dance legends from around the world.

During her college career at West Virginia Wesleyan College, Jocelyn was in the original cast for Gretchen Moore's piece "REALIZATION" which was performed numerous times, including at the American Collegiate Dance Festival and West Virginia Dance Festival where it received outstanding remarks from adjudicators. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Minor in Dance and submitted her senior thesis in Dance Therapy Practices.

Jocelyn also specializes in ballroom dancing and has received her credentials from Fairmont State University where she tested in both American and International Cha Cha, Tango, Waltz, Foxtrot, East Coast Swing, and Jive. She received scores of excellent in all testing areas. She then went on to continue her training in Petersburg, VA where she competed in a state ballroom competition and gained the highest remarks and scores from judges.

After moving back to the Clarksburg area, Jocelyn felt the importance of engaging in the community and sharing her talents through philanthropic events including a benefit for the Alzheimer's Association "Dancing Through Time" where money was raised for the state's chapter for development and treatments for Alzheimer's. She also volunteered her time with the Clarksburg Senior Citizen's Center, teaching social dancing to the members. Jocelyn has also helped with Zumbathons and charity events. She has also developed her own dance fitness program that is currently being instituted at studios and private sectors in the area.

Ms. Spellman is proud to announce after receiving high remarks from adjudicators, the SpellBound Dance Co. will be performing in the West Virginia State Dance Festival held in Charleston in April 2014. With her commitment to dance education and philanthropic efforts to bring arts into the Clarksburg community, Jocelyn would also like to thank all of those with whom she has trained and worked with and vows to continue to always do her best to set a positive example in the dance community.

+ Amanda Starkey

Amanda has been dancing since the age of 2. She studied at the Romona Rose Academy of Performing Arts for 16yrs. While there, she took classes in Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Pointe, Clogging, Hip Hop, and Broadway Styles. She was also a member of the award winning Gore Middle School and Liberty High School Danceline where she also helped with choreography. Aside from dance, Amanda also studied singing from Pam Krall's Musical Studio.

Since graduating from high school, she has been privlaged enough to help assist in choreography for both the Liberty High school and Lincoln High School Dance teams, as well as various solo performances at other studios. She was the youngest in her graduating class from the West Virginia University Hospital Radiologic Technology Program and Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program. She is currently working as an Ultrasound and X-ray technologist at the Manchin Clinic. Amanda is very excited to be joining the In Step family.

+ Kelci Stromberg

Kelci Stromberg, a graduate of Bridgeport High School, has trained in dance since the age of seven. After a year of jazz, she began taking ballet and tap and continued through middle and high school under the direction of Annabelle Timms and Cindy Pulice. While at Bridgeport Middle School, Kelci was also a three-year member of the BMS Dance Line where she performed at school events, football and basketball games and competed multiple times. In high school she was a four-year member of the BHS Band/Frontline where she twirled rifle and flag and was a captain her junior and senior years. She also had the opportunity to perform in the Peach Bowl in Atlanta, GA, New York City, and Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL. Along with competitions, band spectaculars, and football games, the frontline also competed as a dance unit outside of marching season. During her senior year, Kelci was a member of the first BHS Dance Line that was separate from the band.

After taking a year off from dancing her freshman year of college, Kelci became a part of the student run, West Virginia Wesleyan College Dance Team, where she served as co-captain and captain her senior year and fifth-year senior year. She, along with her teammates choreographed all of their own pieces that covered a wide variety of genres including contemporary, lyrical, jazz, and hip hop. While at Wesleyan, Kelci performed for a variety of campus events, football and basketball games, and at the Theater and Dance Department’s annual show, “Dance Works” every year. Kelci also attended classes and performed at The West Virginia Dance Festival her fifth-year. Instructors that Kelci trained with while in college include Nina Scattaregia, Michael Garber, and Gretchen Moore. She also began working with the BHS Frontline as their field show choreographer, which she is still doing today.

In addition to a dance background, Kelci has a theater/voice background.. She participated in the All Harrison County Summer Theater program for eight years throughout middle and high school. Shows include, “Pinocchio,” “The Wizard of Oz,” “Babes in Arms,” “The Sound of Music,” “I Never Saw Another Butterfly,” “Our Town,” “The Music Man,” and “The King and I” where she played the role of Lady Thiang, the head wife. Also, while in high school, Kelci was involved in two productions. She was a member of the ensemble her sophomore year for the show, “Les Miserables” and played the role of Frenchie in “Grease” for her senior show. After graduating, Kelci then switched roles and choreographed three shows for Summer Theater which include, “Happy Days – A New Musical,” “Godspell,” and “Aladdin Junior.”

Kelci now has a master’s degree in special education, which she teaches full time. She is also the auxiliary advisor for the Bridgeport High School Frontline. She is very excited to be teaching the Dance Line Prep class at In Step School of Dance.

+ Shanda Swisher

Originally from Salem, West Virginia, Shanda developed her strong passion for the art of dance at the age of 5 while taking classes and studying dance at the Salem Dance Company. She has trained for a total of 18 years in many styles of dance including tap, clogging, jazz, contemporary, modern and mastering in hip-hop. Out of the love of the sport, Shanda went on to become a member and Senior Leader of the Liberty High School Danceline through the years of 2007- 2010 where she helped with choreography.

During those years, Shanda was also a member of the Champs Central All-Star Open Hip-Hop team and head coach of the Mini, Youth, and Junior Hip-Hop teams. After graduating high school, she went on to coaching the Fairmont State University Dance Team for the year of 2012. While coaching at Fairmont State, Shanda occupied her free time by taking several master classes and intensives with various “So You Think You Can Dance” and “America’s Best Dance Crew” participants and choreographers. Her love for choreography and teaching has provided her with opportunities to work with several schools in the central area. (Salem Middle School, Lumberport Middle School, South Harrison Middle School, Washington Irving Middle School, Liberty High School, Notre Dame High School, Bridgeport Middle School’s Show Choir, Morgantown High School, and West Virginia Wesleyan University.) Shanda’s choreography has won several awards nationally.

For the past two years, Shanda has been a member of the Pittsburgh Poison All Stars International Open Coed Hip Hop team. In those two years, she has acquired a bronze U.S. Trials medal and a bronze over-all medal, competing against numerous teams around the world. Today, Shanda is a coach and the All-Star Dance Director at Rain Athletics in Elizabeth and Moon Township, Pennsylvania.

+ Sarah Young

Sarah Young is a teacher at Lincoln High School where she teaches English for juniors and seniors. Sarah also works as the choreographer for the musicals at Notre Dame High School. She has also choreographed for Bridgeport High School, for Harrison County Summer Theatre, and for Fairmont State University's productions of Annie Get Your Gun, Oklahoma!, Oliver!, and Honk!.

Sarah taught ballroom dancing at Pierpont Community Technical College where she received her silver level certification from the United States Society of Teachers of Dance in American and International styles of ballroom dancing.

Sarah trained in dance at Fairmont State University, Pierpont Community and Technical College, Fifth Street Dance Company, Union Dance Studio, Princeton Dance Studio, and Movements in Dance.

She currently operates the Vintage Theatre Company with her husband Jason.

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