Dancer Daily Page
Today April 9th
Check out how Kitty Lunn didn't let her disability keep her from dancing!
Sr. Ballet Barre
Check out this video on Misty Copeland!
Upper-Level Dancers & Teachers!
Here is a great Website of LOTS of Live Classes!
This is a great time to practice your ballet bun! Check out this video by Bloch below for a fun tutorial.
The Teacher's Corner!
Miss Chrissy's Song of the Day
A daily song from a class playlist
Create a dance or workout
to the song above.
Send us a video to
get posted on the website!
Print the Bingo card. Choose any of the activities to create a bingo. It can be 5 across, down, or diagonal. Email or post a picture of your completed bingo card.
Bill "Bojangles" Robinson
Bill "Bojangles" Robinson (May 25, 1878 – November 25, 1949) was an American tap dancer, actor, and singer, the best known and most highly paid black American entertainer in America during the first half of the twentieth century. His long career mirrored changes in American entertainment tastes and technology. His began in the age of minstrel shows and moved to Vaudeville, Broadway theatre, the recording industry, Hollywood films, radio and television. According to dance critic Marshall Stearns, "Robinson's contribution to tap dance is exact and specific. He brought it up on its toes, dancing upright and swinging", giving tap dancing its current appearance. His signature routine was the Stair Dance, in which he would tap up and down a set of stairs in a rhythmically complex sequence of steps. Robinson is best known today for his dancing with Shirley Temple in a series of films during the 1930s, and for starring in the musical Stormy Weather(1943), loosely based on his own life and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. He used his popularity to challenge and overcome numerous racial barriers, paving the way for the future.