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Katelin Zelon is a New York City based choreographer, teacher, and performer.
Katelin holds a Bachelor’s of Science in American Dance Pedagogy from Oklahoma City University, where she helped found, co-direct, and choreograph the university’s Broadway Fun for Funds, an annual fundraiser for Aids and HIV awareness.
Favorite performance credits include dancing at Walt Disney World, CHICAGO (Theater Downtown), Cabaret...read more
Katelin uses her versatile training and passion for storytelling to create a class that both educates and inspires her students. Katelin’s warm up focuses on utilizing a jazz dance foundation to help students learn and retain the terminology and body-awareness of the classic theater dance style. Students will apply the “what, why, and how” these movements are executed in progressions across the floor to continue developing their foundation, while also using their body and focus to show intention and character. Class will end with a center combination, giving students the opportunity to apply what they have learned to confidently explore the musicality, character, and style of the choreography.
With a loving and focused environment, this class will develop a student’s technique and performance quality while being provided with a comfortable outlet to explore, learn, and appreciate the history, foundation, and fun that is theater dance!