Carolyn, the owner and director of Dance Inspirations, is a highly accomplished and talented individual in the world of dance. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Plymouth State University, specializing in Theater and Movement for Children with a minor in Dance.
Throughout her career, Carolyn has taught at various dance studios in New Hampshire, sharing her expertise and passion for dance with students of all ages. She has also served as an adjunct teacher of tap at PSU and as a tap and jazz teacher at the Cary Ballet Conservatory in Cary, North Carolina. Her dedication to her craft has even taken her as a guest artist to the Cleveland Ballet Conservatory.
One of Carolyn's greatest joys as a dance teacher is working on costumes. Her love for costuming has allowed her to work in the costume department for the "So You Think You Can Dance" tours in 2009 and 2010, showcasing her creativity and attention to detail.
Beyond teaching, Carolyn has an impressive choreography portfolio. Her credits include choreographing productions such as The Wiz, 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Anything Goes, 42nd Street, Guys and Dolls, Footloose, Grease, Newsies, and many more. Her ability to create captivating and dynamic dance routines has earned her recognition and praise.
For over ten years, Carolyn has also been a choreographer for the Broken Ground School in Concord, NH, specifically working with the "Kids in Action" theater group. Her collaboration with students in 3rd grade and above has allowed her to nurture their talents and bring their performances to life on stage.
Carolyn's passion, expertise, and dedication to the world of dance have made her an influential figure in the dance community. As the owner and director of Dance Inspirations, she brings her wealth of experience and knowledge to provide a nurturing and inspiring environment for dancers of all levels.