Janna Lewkow was born and raised in Panama City, FL and was influenced by dance at a very young age. Her early training began in her mother’s dance studio. At the age of 14, Janna started training extensively around the country. She has worked with many renowned choreographers and artists including Jazz legend Frank Hatchett, Janice Barringer, Joan Lather, Keith Clifton, Linda Haberman, Julie Branam, Kristin Altfather, Gwen Stefani and Kathryn Mccormick. Janna moved to New York at the age of 18, where she performed at Radio City Music Hall with the Radio City Rockettes. Now living in Tallahassee, FL, Janna has taught master classes all over the country and many studios in the FL area.
Brion graduated with a degree in the arts and loves to both dance and teach dance. She has been dancing for more than 29 years at Corkybell Dance Studio; a studio that has been around for decades. She has danced and taught many styles of dancing such as hip hop, tap, ballet, and jazz. Brion has not only been in tap competitions but have had the privilege to learn from teachers who danced alongside the Backstreet Boys, Aaliyah, and Brittany Spears. In her spare time Brion teaches privately for birthdays and weddings and has danced for charities such as Birmingham Dancing with the Stars. Dancing has always been a passion of hers, whether dancing at a studio, in the grocery store, or even in her own home. She hopes to keep sharing her love of dancing for many years to come.
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Mrs. Nancy was born and raised in Tallahassee. She earned a bachelors degree in Psychology from Florida State University, a masters degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University and is now a practicing Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Play Therapist here in Tallahassee.
As a young teen, Mrs. Nancy joined the Dance Studio here in Tallahssee, taking ballet, tap, jazz and pointe through her junior year in college. After college, dance continued to be a major part of her life, falling in love with partner dancing such as the West Coast Swing and Two-Step. In 2015, her daughter joined TADA and she quickly fell in love with Irish Dance, joining the Adult irish Class in 2016 and then becoming a member of the Capital Celtic Dancers in 2019.
Marissa is a Tallahassee native who started dancing at the age of six after obsessing over all things ballet since she can remember. Marissa has subsequently danced, competed, and performed in numerous styles of dance including ballet, pointe, jazz, lyrical, tap, hip-hop, pom-pom, and even folk dance.
Her favorite dance experiences include Royal Academy of Dance examinations, Disney Magic Music Days, taking classes at Broadway Dance Center in New York City, Access Broadway competitions, being a part of the award winning DancEffects team in Tallahassee, and performing in Quincy Music Theatre’s Sweet Charity (2012) and Thoroughly Modern Millie (2017). She also recently choreographed Quincy Music Theatre’s production of Annie.
Marissa was Assistant Director for the afterschool program School’s Out in the South Burlington, Vermont School District and worked in many capacities within the school district as a paraeducator, substitute teacher, and tutor. She also directed many summer camps for children in Vermont ages 5 and up. Marissa subsequently moved back to Tallahassee and tutored and directed summer camps with the Magnolia School.
Marissa has been a dance instructor and choreographer for fourteen years and has taught ballet, tap, jazz, musical theatre dance, and hip-hop with Eastern Dance Association, The Edge Dance and Fitness, The Arts at Good Samaritan, Fusion 802 in South Burlington, Vermont and now TADA.