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Katy Guth began dancing at the age of three and competing at the age of eight. Her training focused on Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary and Musical Theatre. She continued her dance eduction at Broadway Dance Center in New York City and dance seminars hosted by Dance Masters of America and Dance Educators of America. Katy began her teaching career in 2001 while attending East Stroudsburg University of PA. In addition to her teaching experience, with expertise teaching young children and teens, Katy is an established choreographer and has received numerous awards recognizing her work. Katy manages the Sparta location for The Dance Academy of North Jersey.
Born and raised in Long Beach California, Jimmy Stuart began his path in dance under the guidance of some of the most sought after teachers and choreographers in the industry, most notably of internationally recognized master instructor, Paula Morgan. His journey with dance has allowed him to travel the country choreographing and teaching, as well as perform in numerous music videos, industrials, and live stage shows. Recent works include dancing for American Idol’s Lovey James, “The Vampire Diaries” star Kat Graham on her debut nation-wide tour, International K-Pop Star Kim Jang-Hoon’s “Miracle Tour”, and“Forever Dangerous” – a Michael Jackson tribute created by his original and long-time guitarist, Jennifer Batten.
Jenny LeProtto started dancing at age four at Kelly Allen’s renown For Dancers Only, including studying tap with Mike Minery (Tapaholics, Slide, JUMP) and performed works by Ray Leeper (So You Think You Can Dance Choreographer, NUVO Director). While she trained in all forms of dance, Jenny's current fortes are teaching tap, hip hop and jazz, as well as teaching all styles of dance for young children. Jenny is best known for her tap choreography - most recently recognized by American Dance Awards at their 2015 Nationals in Hollywood Florida for two of her tap pieces, “Five Guys Named Moe” and “Hiccups.” Her work has been described as “intricate, polished and exciting!” Jenny is a graduate of Seton Hall University with a major in Education.