The Dancin' Feelin's Professional staff of Ballroom, Latin, Swing and Country Instructors offer a wide range of expertise and experience to help you become the best dancer you can be in the area(s) that you are interested in. Whether your interests are in social ballroom dancing, latin, country, or swing dancing, competitive ballroom, country dancing or swing dancing or a combination, the Staff of The Dancin' Feelin' can help you reach your goals.
Among our staff, you will find Instructors who have or are currently competing locally, nationally and internationally; coach other teachers nationally and internationally; appear on television; choreographed for Disney World; train teachers for professional exams, are certified judges who have officiated at regional, national and world events, taught on cruise ships, serve as Chairman of Judges at competitions, Emcee competitions, choreograph for weddings up through and including Professional competitive choreography, receive top teacher awards, have students who have won world titles, and the list goes on.
Let our team of Professional Dance Instructors help you have the time of your life. Come enjoy all the benefits that ballroom, country, latin and swing have to offer. Most important...it's fun!
Randy Deats & Kathy St. Jean-Deats
Randy Deats is Co-Director of the The Dancin' Feelin'. He has been teaching for over 30 years. Randy is a sought after ballrooom and latin coach. His experience and knowledge as a teacher/coach, and as a successful professional competitor, result in his students achieving outstanding success whether it be competitive or social. Randy has won numerous awards for his competitive dancing, for his studio (The Dancin' Feelin'), his choreography, his PBS TV show "Dancing Disco", , and his book. He is a member of the North American Teachers of Dance Association (NADTA). He has served both as an officer of Dance Teachers' Club of Boston (DTCB), the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance (ISTD) and the National Dance Council of America (NDCA). Randy has served as Examiner for DTCB. His TV series “Dancing Disco” won an Emmy for outstanding instructional programming. Randy has also taught aboard the Crystal Harmony cruise ship traveling throughout the world.
Randy is a certified championship level judge with the National Dance Council of America (NDCA) and is also a certified master judge with the United Country Western Dance Council (UCWDC). Randy judges many ballroom competitions; collegiate, regional and nationally. He also judges UCWDC competitions along with their World Championships. Randy has taught many seminars at UCWDC events and has been a featured Instructor at the USA Dance Nationals. In addition to judging competitions he also is frequently seen as the Master of Ceremonies of many competitions throughout the United States. He is an Instructor for the University of Rhode Island Ballroom Dance Club and is Co-Head Coach of the Rhode Island College Ballroom Dance Club.
Randy is also co-event director of the New England Dance Festival and Kathy & Randy Ballroom Dances. Randy feels community service is very important and continues to donate his time to the Dancing with the Stars of Mentoring fundraiser which helps many children and teens in the state of RI. Randy remains involved not only in the day-to-day affairs of the studio, but continues to personally be involved in the ongoing training of both staff and students. Most recently Randy was judging the USA Dance Nationals in Los Angeles and will be Emceeing at the NDCA Dancesport Competition; Dancing A La Carte.
Kathy St. Jean
Kathy St Jean has been teaching for many years! . She is co-director of The Dancin' Feelin'. She has an extensive background in the performing arts (tap, jazz and ballet) and has a degree in dance. Kathy has competed professionally in Latin, Standard and American Smooth and has won numerous awards in both areas. . Kathy is a member of Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance, , North American Dance Teacher Association, , Dance Teachers Club of Boston (with dual membership in ballroom and performing arts), Dance Educators (performing arts), USA Dance and the United Country Western Dance Council. Kathy continues to compete Pro-Am in both ballroom and in country. Her students consistently place at the top of their divisions (including winning world titles and top male student awards). To date Kathy's students have won world titles! She is the recipient of numerous top teacher awards. Her students have also performed with Kathy at the Samsung Dancing with the Stars Road Tour Pre-Show at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence.
Kathy is a fully certified championship ballroom judge registered with the National Dance Council of America and is a certified master level judge with the United Country Western Dance Council. She judges National Dancd Council of America Dancesport Competitions, , Collegiate, UCWDC and USA Dance competitions (including UCWDC World Championships). She has served as Head American Style Coach for the MIT Ballroom Dance Team and Roger Williams University Ballroom Dance Club. Currently she is the Vice President of the UCWDCJudge Certification Program where she governs the world-wide Judge Certification program. This position has given Kathy opportunity to train judges worldwide, most recently she has been in Korea and Paris.
She has appeared on the original NBC-TV series "Dance Fever" and has taught aboard the Crystal Harmony Cruise Ship traveling through Europe and the Caribbean. Her Performing Arts dance company performed in Disney World as well as winning numerous competitive awards. She has served as chairman of the DTCB Ballroom Program, as well as an Examiner for the Society. Kathy has served as faculty for Rhode Island College Dance Deptartment for 8 years. Kathy can frequently be seen teaching seminars for various dance organizations. She is also co-event director of the New England Dance Festival and Kathy & Randy Ballroom Dances. Kathy’s passion throughout life has been dance and finds great rewards passing on her love and knowledge of dance to her students.
Rachael Capodanno has been with the Staff of the Dancin' Feelin for many years! Her expertise and knowledge of ballroom and country dance is impressive. In addition to teaching private and group lessons she competes with her students in both ballroom and country. Rachael is currently an active Professional competitor.
She truly enjoys sharing her love of ballroom dancing with her students. She finds great rewards helping people reach their goals and seeing them become more confident, having fun and becoming great dancers. Rachael performed at the Samsung Dancing with the Stars Road Tour Pre-Show at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence. She has also participated in the Dancing with the Stars of Mentoring Fundraiser. Rachael is a guest Instructor, DJ and Host for the Kathy & Randy Ballroom Dances and for many of the events that employ Kathy and Randy Ballroom DJ services. In addition to teaching, she also is an integral part of the management team of The Dancin' Feelin' Rachael serves as Head Coach of the Roger Williams University Ballroom Club and has been an intergral part of the growth of this college club and dancesport team.
Giancarlo Costa has been sharing his knowledge and talent as an Instructor at The Dancin' Feelin' forover 20 years. . Giancarlo began dancing as a teen in Italy. He competed as an Amateur prior to moving to the United States. His experience quickly led him to become Professional and he began teaching in the United States. Giancarlo has been teaching for over 30 years. He is a registered Professional with the National Dance Council of America. He is also considered to be Rhode Island's Specialist in Argentine Tango. He is credited with running successful dances in the Massachusetts area along with being the dance coordinator for a Massachusetts dance association which has sponsored dance weekends. He is frequently seen throughout New England performing with his students. Giancarlo has been a guest instructor for seminars at Dance Teachers' Club of Boston workshops, for many DOCMA events and for dance weekends around New England
Nina Endicott is a former Professional American Smooth and Standard Competitor. She has been teaching for many years.
Nina also teaches in New York City. She has competed in Blackpool. Nina enjoys teaching and has a great style which makes everyone comfortable.. We are very fortunate to have Nina on staff
Briana Faiola has been teaching at The Dancin' Feelin' for three years. . Briana began dancing while attending Rhode Island College (RIC). She was a member of the Rhode Island College Ballroom Dance Team. Briana performed as well as competed with the team. Although Briana enjoys teaching all ages she specializes in working with children. Her students are very successful both in performing and competing. Briana has been instrumental working with The Dancin' Feelin' College Network Program.
Maureen Ford joined The Dancin' Feelin' staff with a tremendous background in education. For many years she was a school teacher specializing in Physical Education. Her love and appreciation of the benefits of dance led her to incorporate ballroom into her curriculum for high school students. Maureen enjoys performing with her students at studio showcases. Prior to turning Professional she enjoyed many successful competitions as an Amateur with focus on American Rhythm and American Smooth. Maureen teachers our Sunday Class series and offers each class a great mix of technique and fun! Maureen enjoys teaching as she hopes to inspire her students to learn and love dance as she does.
As of April 2011 Danny retired from teaching. We thank him for all of the great years and for all of the fun and knowledge he shared with all of us!
Danny Kaplan began dancing many years ago. Danny has a strong passion for ballroom dancing and decided he would like to teach in addition to dancing. He had been teaching ballroom for more than 20 years. He also holds a Certificate from the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance for Professional Demonstration of International Standard. He frequently can be seen with his students performing showcases. Danny enjoys using his creativity which enables his students to have great fun with show choreography. He has taught for the University of Rhode Island Ballroom Dance Club and has judged college and RIABDA competitions. In the past, his students have competed at many competitions where they enjoyed much success. He is a guest instructor for the Kathy & Randy dances. When asked why Danny enjoyed teaching he states: “I really and truly enjoy the process of watching people grow.”
Josh Morgenstein has been teaching at The Dancin' Feelin' for quite some time. Prior to turning Professional Josh competed as an Amateur and has two world titles to his credit and along with numberous competitive wins at regional events. He is involved with both ballroom and country dancing.
Today he enjoys teaching whether it be social dancing or training for competitive dancing. Together with his Professional partner they compete across the US.
Deborah O'Donnell has been involved in dance since an early age. As a young girl she studied tap and jazz for over twelve years during which she frequently performed. She also has strong roots in club salsa and hustle. The Dancin' Feelin' has had the privilege of having Deborah as part of their highly qualified staff for over twenty years. She has her certification from Dance Teacher's Club of Boston. She competes and performs showcases with her students who enjoy great success as they have fun in this form of ballroom. In addition, Deborah has danced, taught and performed for various events such as: Newport Preservation Society, Festival Ballet Fundraiser, Waterfire in Providence, Swarovski National Corporate Gala, and many more.
Debbie is a certified Zumba Instructor. Come join one of her classes they are filled with energy! Debbie also is a proud contributor to the Dancing with the Stars of Mentoring. Debbie has coached Sammy Morris of the New England Patriots who competed in the fundraiser Dancin' With The Stars" to a perfect score victory! What a hot performance!
Jim Valkoun has been teaching for quite some time. Jim enjoys helping people learn how to dance as he feels the benefits of ballroom dancing are endless. Showcases are great fun forJim as well as competing with his students in Pro-Am Competitions. Jim also competes on the WDSC Jack and Jill Cirquit. He most recently competed at the Northeast Open. He was featured in the Warwick Beacon for his participation in the Dancing with the Stars of Mentoring fundraiser. Jim also is a guest instructor for the Executive Company which sponsors dance events in the Rhode Island and Massachusetts area.
Carol is one of the friendly faces you see behind the desk!
The Dancin' Feelin' Studio hours are as follows:
Private lessons by appointment.
Group class time please see group class calendar
Monday through Thursday
2:00pm - 10:00pm
2:00 -8:00pm then it's time to dance!
Private lessons by appointment
Last year I decided to surprise my wife with some dancing lessons as a Mother's Day gift. We had just returned from a vacation in the Dominican Republic where we marveled at how the other couples moved to the Latin music. Acting on a tip from a friend, I purchased a package from The Dancin' Feelin', and the rest is history. We met our private instructor, Rachael Capodanno, and just fell in love with her teaching style. She is passionate about her art, and is smart, funny, happy, energetic, and most of all, an excellent instructor. Rachael even comes to the weekend dances and helps us with our technique. She is simply amazing!
In addition to our private lessons, we are now in the intermediate level group classes learning all the dances from Waltz to Swing to Salsa, while simultaneously having the time of our lives. As a result of the expertise of the teachers at The Dancin' Feelin', executing these steps has actually become quite simple.
If there is anyone out there who wants to learn how to Ballroom dance, but is somewhat intimidated by the process, you need to call The Dancin' Feelin' immediately. Their team of Instructors will help those reservations vanish very quickly.
- Jim & Nancy Bucci
I started dancing with The Dancin' Feelin' back in January of 2009 in preparation for the "Dancing with the Stars" event for the RI Mentoring Partnership. WOW! What a wonderful time I had! My instructor, David Endicott, was great... so patient, too, and he really knew how to bring out the best in me. Within just months, I went from couch potato to dancer! Also, I learned what a great outlet dancing can be... both mentally and physically! I'll miss my time atThe Dancin' Feelin' and when life settles down a bit, I'd love to go back for more lessons!
- Heather Gersten of "Jones and Heather in the Morning" on Lite Rock 105
Her routine can be found on You Tube
I had the time of my life Dancing with the Stars, and was pleased to be part of this special event for the Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership. That experience was more than two weeks ago, and I am still on Cloud Nine!
Only through the patience, hard work and guidance of my talented instructor, Jim Valkoun, were we able to accomplish what we did. A testimony to his ability, it took only two months of instruction (and a heap of blind faith) to perform before 570 people and pull-off a truly entertaining routine.
While I am not a dancer, the direction and encouragement from Jim (and all those at The Dancin' Feelin') helped me acquire the skills and self-confidence necessary to perform a great routine, raise money for an incredibly worthy cause, and have a blast in the process.
Thanks to all made this event happen and thank you, again, for letting be part of a memorable evening.
- Serena Connely - participated in the RI Mentoring for Dancing with the Stars.
She represented Office of the Providence Mayor
A few months after walking through the doors of this wonderful studio, I received many compliments on how my dancing ability had significantly improved in a very short period of time... One year has elapsed since I joined, and now I'm swimming in compliments. I give ALL the credit to Randy, Kathy, Amanda & this excellent team of talented instructors. Kathy has tried to convince me that my improvement has evolved mostly from my own effort & dedication. But, the truth is that I had just as much dedication when I began dancing several months before joining this studio, and until that time I had never before experienced such a dramatic change in my ability to lead.
- Kermin Liu
Kathy, Randy and the incredible staff of The Dancin' Feelin', Thank You! This summer at your studio was amazing. Classes were always a blast and quite informative too. Lessons from you are so enlightening. Thank you for your constant patience and support. I understand so much more than I did a few short months ago, and I am encouraged to learn more. Thanks for developing such a welcoming environment. You have begun to show me how fulfilling and fun dance can be. Hope to see you from time to time during the school year. Thanks again.
- Nathan Campbell, Member of Holy Cross Ballroom Dance Team
It was FANTASTIC!!! I can't say enough about the dance party last night. Everyone had a great time and are talking about having another! A great big Thank You to Maureen and Gene. They were unbelievable and very easy to work with. The crowd loved them!! Before you knew it, it was 10:00pm and everyone was still enjoying their "free time" to continue practicing. It has taken me 23 years to get my husband to take dance lessons with me and I finally succeeded (thanks to Maureen and Gene) By the end of the night he was asking ME to practice! Wonderful night had by all. Thank you, Thank You! You will be hearing from us again.
- Beth Pincince, Christ the King Church, Special Event Coordinator
Had you told me 20 years ago, that someday, my husband and I would be performing a cha cha routine in the elegant ballroom of Rhodes on the Pawtuxet and that I would be wearing a midnight blue, velvet Latin dance costume and my husband would be wearing a tight-fitted black Latin shirt that our son picked out for him, I would have said "no way!" Neither of us were the type to perform. My husband hated to dance for the first 19 years of our marriage, and I had the passion and desire to dance, but no skill—and no partner. The Dancin’ Feelin’ changed all this.
Flash forward to the present: We now spend 5-10 hours a week dancing. Crazy? Not if you’ve met Kathy and Randy. They make us smile. They have a love of life that's delicious to experience. We love watching them dance together—whether it’s an elegant waltz, a sultry samba, or an energetic hustle. Our classes with them are often the high point of our week.
Their passion is contagious. They've chosen wonderful dance instructors, such as Amanda, who radiate a similar joy and share the same “user-friendly” method of teaching. Kathy and Randy are exceptionally skilled pros. We enjoy their creative, colorful teaching style (e.g., zany imagery, playful metaphors, clever exercises). They make the learning experience pure fun! Ah… we are so very lucky. Thank you Randy and Kathy—for a lifetime of pleasure.
- Ellen and Harris Kenner - "I'm Harris Kenner and I approve of this message."
I had tried ballroom dance lessons before. It was a lot like the Lawrence Welk show, boring, sleepy-time. I also watched the ballroom competitions on PBS and saw that young people did it too, but had to practice hours a day. This could not be fun. Then one day, a friend lured me to the Dancin` Feelin`. There were people of all ages, singles and couples, and they were friendly.
So I tried the introductory special. There were lots of people in the beginner class. What a relief to see so many of them as awkward, clunky and nervous as I was. This helped a lot in feeling okay. They had us rotate partners a lot. When I went to my first dance, it was a great relief to see many beginners from the lesson. I was still nervous but having classmates to dance with took the pressure off. The instructors were great and made learning easy. It has been such great fun.
- George Viveiros
I stumbled (literally...) upon the Dancin' Feelin' after admiring some couples laughing and having fun doing the swing. I am now in my fifth year and I love it! The teachers are the best and everyone is so friendly that I consider it my second home. Sometimes I cannot believe that I am waltzing around the floor! Everyone should try it!
- Annette Lemieux
"I remember when I was calling around to different studios looking for a teacher to teach a ballroom dance class on Campus (Rhode Island College). All the studios I called were busy, put my request on a waiting list, or just didn't return my calls altogether. It was extremely difficult to find a studio that would take the ballroom dance club seriously. As I was flipping through the Yellow Pages I happened to see an ad for The Dancin' Feelin', I decided to call. The moment I called I felt like our needs were accommodated. The studio made us feel like we were important. This was four years ago and the Dancin' Feelin' still teaches a number of classes on the RIC campus. They have provided us over the years with exceptional ballroom dance classes. The care and attention the studio has given has been spectacular."
- Felicia Higgins - Former President of The Rhode Island College Ballroom
I’m having a great time! Whenever my family or friends outside the dance world call and can’t find me, they always say, “Jeanne, I know you are dancing, but would you p-l-e-a-s-e call me when you have a chance.” That’s what happened to me. It’s hypnotic! The process of learning is exciting.
My teachers GianCarlo Costa and David Endicott at both knowledgeable and talented. They both are tireless in their endeavors to convey technique and dance secrets that I want to learn. The Directors, Randy Deats and Kathy St Jean are truly conscientious in transferring their skills and passion for dance. They help to open a whole new social world for their students who travel in from all walks of life.
We have social dances, group and private lessons, showcases and if you wish competitions. We encourage each other and have become a strong unit consisting of a mosaic of people and personalities. It’s a joy! Come and see!
- Jeanne Rose
I’ve always enjoyed dancing (in the privacy of my home) but wouldn’t dance where people would see me. I was a very shy, stay at home person. My life changed two and a half years ago when I entered the doors at The Dancin’ Feelin’. Everyone at the studio has been very warm, loving and supportive. They make you feel like family. They have ignited the passion in me to dance, a passion I have been searching for for a long time. With their encouragement and the patience and loving support of my Instructor, Danny, I now feel comfortable dancing in showcases and competition. Staying at home is no longer an option when you can be out dancing. Thank you Dancin’ Feelin’.
- Pat Reali
Q: What is the best way to get started?
A: If you are new to dancing, we recommend starting with our Introductory Special. It is a discounted sampler so you may try private lessons, group lessons and a beginner practice party. After you have had a chance to try each of these you will know what the best method is for you to learn quickly and right the first time!
Q: What dances should I start with?
A: Our experienced professionals will direct you towards the dances which are most likely to be fun for you. If you have an event coming up they will help you to learn the dances you are most likely to use.
Q: What should I wear for the lessons?
A: Come dressed comfortably and wear something that is easy to move in. Shoes should have non-sticky soles so that it is easy to slide your feet. Woman should not wear slip-on shoes as they make it more difficult to dance.
Q: I have danced before, how do I know what group class level is right for me?
A: If you have danced before let us know what your experience is and we will help guide you to the right level. You may need to try a certain level and if that is not the right fit you will have a better idea as to what class level is just right for you!
Josh and Rachael compete with students at the UCWDC Montreal Grand Prix.
Kathy judges NDCA Dancing A La Carte, Springfield, Mass.
Randy emcees NDCA Dancing A La Carte, Springfield, Mass.
Jim competes at Swingin into Spring WSDC Competition, CT.
The Dancin' Feelin' Showcase
Dancing With The Stars of Mentoring (we helped raise over ($ 80.000.00)
Kathy and Randy judge NDCA Seacoast Dancesport Competition
Rachael deejays for Seacoast Dancesport Competition
Josh and Rachael and Kathy compete with students at UCWDC Peachstate Dance Festival, Atlanta
kathy judges at Peachstate Dance Festival, Atlanta
Josh and Rachael compete Professionally at Peachstate Dance Festival, Atlanta
Jim competes in WSDC Boston Tea Party Jack and Jill competition
Kathy is Chariman of Judges for Rhode Island College Collegiate Competition
Randy emcees the Rhode Island College Collegiate Competition
Rachael dejays the Rhode Island College Collegiate Competition
Kathy attends the UCWDC Council Meeting
Albert Tailleur teaches seminars at The Dancin' Feelin'
Randy emcees and judges NorthEastern Open Dancesport Competition
Jim, Kathy, Rachael and Josh compete with students at Northeastern Open Dancesport Competition
Travis and Jamie Tufts teach workshops at The Dancin' Feelin'
Kathy and Josh compete with students at the UCWDC World Championships
Kathy judges at the UCWDC World Championships
Kathy, Rachael and Josh compete with students at Christmas in Dixie, Birmningham Al
Josh and Rachael compete professional at Christmas in Dixie, Birmingham, AL
Randy and Kathy deejay the USA Dance Chapter (DOCMA) Holiday Ball
Kathy and Randy's New Year's Eve Gala at Rhodes on The Pawtuxet.
Randy judges Commonwealth Classic
Kathy is Chariman of Judges for Yale University Dancesport Collegiate Competition
Randy judges Yale University Dancesport Collegiate Competition
Rachael deejays University Dancesport Collegiate Competition
Fall Workshops & California/Ballroom Mix Dance
Kathy & Randy teach seminars for National Ballroom Dance Week at Cape Cod USA Dance Chapter
Held the New England Dance Festival in Newton, MA
Studio Showcase at The German Club
Josh & Rachael competed as well as students at studio. Congratulations to on everyone's accomplishments!
Randy was DJ at DOCMA Dance at Lake Pearl
Randy & Kathy Judge North Coast Competition
Josh competes with students at the Montreal Gran Prix
Josh and Rachael compete at the Montreal Gran Prix
David competes with students at the Royal Dancesport Competition, Stamford CT
Giancarlo competes with Lynn DiCostanzo as well as Ed and Linda at the Can You Dance New England Fundraiser
Randy emcees Philadelphia Challenge,
DANCING WITH THE STARS OF MENTORING...Our community service project!
WE HELP RAISE $77, 000.00!
Patty Koch and her Mentor Randy Deats for winning the Judges Choice Award
Keith Lavimodiere and his Mentor Debbie O'Donnell winning the "Most Entertaining Award"
Colleen Gouveia and her mentorJim Valkoun winning the Peoples Choice Award
Randy and Kathy judge Mid Atlantic Classic
Josh, Jim and Rachael compete with students
Rachael and Josh compete
Kathy and Randy judge Holy Cross Competition
They also provide music for comp and Rachael deejayed.
Kathy and Josh compete with students at the UCWDC World Championships
Nikolai Pillipinchuk and Natalia Skorikova teach workshops and private lessons at the studio.
Nikolai Pilipinchuk & Natalie Skorikova perform at New Year's Eve Gala
Kathy judges Christmas in Dixie competition!
Students compete at Christmas at Dixie.
Holiday Dance Party!
Randy judges Commonwealth Classic
College Students from URI, RWU and RIC compete at Brown with much success!
Brianna runs first college practice dance at the studio.
Food Drive dance which brought in a huge amount of food that was donated to the food bank!
College dancers compete at Yale and UCONN
Randy emcees and judges Constitution State Challenge
Kathy judges Constitution State Challenge
Randy and Kathy judge "Dance with Me" Studio competition (Max (from Dancing with the Stars) studo.
Studio participates in Miriam Hospitals' Health Fair Sept 24th.
Randy and Kathy judge USA Dance Hartford Dancesport Competition
Randy and Kathy teach seminars for the Cape and Island USA Dance Chapter, Sept 25th at Betsy's Ballroom.
New England Dance Festival. Congrats to Josh winning Pro-Pro division and to all of Josh, Rachael and Kathy's students for their accomplishments and wins!
Randy and Kathy judge the Massachusetts Dancesport Challenge.
David and Nina judge in New York City.
Kathy competes with students at the Big Apple UCWDC competition.
David and Nina teach at a summer camp in upstate New York.
Kathy travels to Paris to judge and administer judge certification exams.
Josh dance Pro-Pro with Kathy at the Houston Texas Classic. Congrats on 1st place.
Kathy dances Pro-Am with her students.
Randy judges the Montreal Grand Prix.
Studio Showcase, what a great success for all of our students. Lots of fun!
Tri-state Challenge: David Endicott competes with his students bringing home numerous first place titles. Congratulations on these great successes!
Peachstate Dance Festival. Josh competed in the Pro-Pro category with Kathy placing 2nd!
Kathy and Randy judge Holy Cross Collegiate competition. Rachael deejays the competition!
Just normal classes and dances
Ilya and Amanda Reyzin teach workshops at the studio.
Josh dances his last UCWDC World Championships as an amateur with Kathy winning 2 Pro/Am world titles. Congrats!
Rachael & Josh compete In Vegas
Kathy and Josh compete Pro-am
Kathy judges Las Vegas Dance Finale
Randy and Kathy deejay DOCMA's Winter Ball at Lake Pearl.
Rachael and Josh perform for DOCMA Dance in Worcester.
Randy judges Brown University Competition.
David competes with students at Commonwealth Classic
Randy judges Commonwealth Classic, Burlington, MA
Kathy judges at Dallas Dance Festival, Dallas TX
Josh competes at Dallas Dance Festival