Tap 2/3


This class is taught by:

Julie Tomaino

Julie has performed as a Rockette at Radio City Music Hall for the past six years. She has had the opportunity to dance with the Rockettes on The Today Show, in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and at the Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting Ceremony. Other performing credits include Celebrate Broadway starring John Lithgow and Linda Eder at the Kennedy Center; the National Tour of Crazy for You; and regional productions of The Producers, Chicago, Cabaret, Guys and Dolls, and Evita. She can also be seen as Margie in the ABC TV movie Bye Bye Birdie. Julie has travelled internationally as a choreographer, guest instructor and adjudicator. Highlights include the University of Maryland, Capilano University, the Dance Masters of America, Harbour Dance Centre, the Pulse/Broadway Dance Center and the Mediterranean Festival of the Arts in Italy.

Paula Skimin

Paula, a native of Toronto, has been active in the dance community as a performer, teacher and choreographer for over ten years. She has studied under Maxine Ross and William Orlowski in Toronto, and Brenda Buffalino, Heather Cornell, Margaret Morrison, Buster Brown and Jeannie Hill in New York City. She is the Founder of the Toronto based Tap dance company Turn on The Tap, which has performed at many events including Just Jazz at the Betty Oliphant Theatre. Some of Paula's performance credits include Reminiscing in Rhythm at the Ballet Met Studios in Columbus Ohio, Dances Para Sone with Manhattan Tap in New York City, and Monk Tribute with Sole Full Of Rhythm in Ypsilanti Michigan. Paula is presently on the faculty at Sheridan College in Oakville where she teaches Tap dancing and dance performance in the Musical Theatre Program. Paula also integrates dance in the Toronto schools with Learning Through The Arts, a Toronto based program in conjunction with The Royal Conservatory of Music. In April 2002 Paula co-wrote, produced and directed as well as performed in the dance show Two Women Who Tap in Toronto.

Keiran Bohay

Keiran Bohay was raised in the small town of Wainwright, Alberta, where he took his first tap class at age eight and instantly fell in love with performing. He then began training in various dance styles such as jazz, lyrical, hip hop and ballet. At the age of 13 he took a brief break from dance festivals to perform in The Citadel Theatre’s production of Peter Pan and Oliver, giving him his first taste of professional work. Throughout his high school days he remained active in local theatre and dance training and productions. After graduation Keiran moved to Edmonton, Alberta where he advanced his dance technique under Shelley Tookey. Keiran progressed quickly and made his move to Vancouver* to train with The Source Dance Company, under direction of Joanne Pesusich. His talent did not go unnoticed and after only a short time in Vancouver, Pam Rosa and Moe Brody offered him a job at Harbour Dance Centre as a Tap and Broadway Jazz instructor. Known for his energy, comedic personality and unique style, Keiran has gone on to teach throughout Western Canada. Keiran is excited to start his journey as a professional dancer in Vancouver and wherever else his tappity-toes take him!

Lisa Metz

Lisa comes from Calgary, with 11 years of training in Tap and 9 years of training in Jazz with successful completion of Intermediate 3 ADAPT exams on both disciplines; 7 years of Ballet training and successful completion of Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) Advanced 1 Examination; 6 years of training in Lyrical and 4 years of training in Hip Hop and Street Jazz, as well as numerous workshops and performances including Project CPR, Sounds Bites, Inbox, Stonefoxx, Making Up, and Dance on Film to name a few.
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