Molly M. Comin
Molly is a true “Southern Belle” born in south-east Alabama where she grew up competing in etiquette, beauty and talent competitions as well as performing in local theater productions. A member of the Alabama Youth Ballet at age 9, Molly developed a strong appreciation for strict dance technique. Under the tutelage of Diane Clouse and Tom McCauley, Molly developed a passion for tap that compelled her to participate and compete in numerous Dance Educators Conventions in Atlanta and New York through her teens. Inspired by the choreography and discipline of Debbie Dee, Molly devised her own system of tap instruction. She began teaching at 16 focusing on precision and speed combined with a commitment to use current music that she often found more relative to her young students.
A true lover of the stage, Molly has been known to sing in and even direct choirs and children’s’ musicals; don’t be surprised if you see her performing in a local community theater production. Currently Molly offers private instruction in etiquette, pageantry, and public speaking, enjoys dancing West Coast Swing with her husband, as well as watching her two highly coordinated children play sports (instead of dance….sigh). Molly has been teaching at Class Act Dance since 1990 calling it her “home studio” for the past 21 years teaching many ages and levels in tap as well as “combo” and intro ballet.