A message from...
Molly M. Comin, Director of Tap and Adult Education
Teaching is an honor and a privilege, and teaching dance is my passion! I’ve been dancing since I was a little girl, still in diapers as a matter of fact! I understand the impact a home-town dance studio or art center can have on aspiring young minds. I also understand the impact teachers can have on individuals of ALL ages. Self-confidence can be improved or destroyed in a moment, and personal fulfillment can be satisfied or discouraged in a single class.
As a young ballerina, I was so eager to reach my dreams that I begged to be put in pointe shoes at the young age of 9, and I am still suffering the consequences. With the bones in my feet permanently damaged, I fell back on my love for tap and have had no regrets; just a deep commitment to high quality dance instruction where students can find fulfillment in a safe and disciplined environment. Teaching at Class Act Dance and Performing Arts Studio for the past 21 years (wow), I have found the perfect blend of home-town nurturing, where parents sit and talk with teachers about their children’s progress, combined with state of the art expertise.
I believe learning should be fun, inspiring and energizing. Teaching adults, I get to share my deep passion for a healthy lifestyle and the need to meet personal achievements. Teaching children, I get to inspire and teach with precision and patience; watching kids develop their skills and passion for dance is simply amazing. Teaching TAP, I get to do what I LOVE.
Class Act Dance and Performing Arts Studio has proudly trained and developed many professional performers and teachers, and we’ve also celebrated the lives of some amazing ladies still kicking their heels well after the age of 80. What do you get at this studio? A Class Act….and nothing less.