Regan Anthony is honored to be able to lace up her tap shoes once again at ADA! Regan has been tapping for 19 years and is a National Champion title holder for her tapping in groups, duets/trios, and solos. She has trained in tap, ballet, jazz, contemporary, pointe, and lyrical at multiple studios. Regan has worked with nationally known choreographers such as Anthony Morigerato. Regan is finishing up her Bachelor’s degree at USCA in Fine Arts this fall and is ready to continue her career at Riverbanks Zoo & Garden. She is currently a Guest Engagement Ambassador at the Zoo and truly feels that she was called to work with animals and guests alike at Riverbanks. Regan has been riding horses for 20 years and is lucky enough to own her heart horse named Ellis. Regan is proudly engaged to David Lee and they are getting married next June right here in Columbia, SC. She is very appreciative of this opportunity to continue tapping and to share her knowledge of all dance with the next generation of National Champions right here at ADA!
Classes begin Monday, August 26, 2019
4:00-4:45 Junior Rehearsal 4:00-4:45 Mini Rehearsal
4:45-5:45 Company Technique II 4:45-5:45 Company Technique I
5:45-6:45 Company Rehearsal 5:50-6:20 Pre-Tap
6:45-7:30 Pre-Teen Rehearsal 6:25-6:55 Pre-Ballet
7:30-8:15 Teen Rehearsal
8:15-9:00 Senior Rehearsal
4:00-4:45 Ballet I 4:00-4:45 Beginning Jazz
4:45-5:45 Ballet III/IV 4:45-5:30 Jazz I
6:00-6:45 Pointe II/III 5:30-6:15 Lyrical I
7:00-7:45 Hip Hop 12 & up 6:15-7:00 Hip Hop 6-11
4:00-5:00 Ballet IIA 4:15-5:00 Tap I
5:05-5:35 Pointe I 5:00-5:45 Tap III
5:45-6:45 Ballet IIB 5:45-6:30 Tap II
6:45-7:45 Jazz Technique*
7:45-8:30 Contemporary *
(Dancers must be in IIA or higher)
4:30-5:15 Jazz IIB 4:00-4:45 Beginning Tap
5:15-6:00 Lyrical IIB 4:45-5:30 Beginning Ballet
6:00-7:00 Jazz III/IV 5:30-6:15 Lyrical I
7:00-7:45 Lyrical III/IV 6:15-7:00 Jazz IIA
7:00-7:45 Lyrical IIA
4:00-5:00 Ballet IIB 4:15-5:00 Musical Theater
5:15-5:45 Pointe I & II 5:00-5:45
5:45-6:45 Ballet IIA 5:45-6:30 Jazz I
6:45-7:30 Ballet I (M)
9:15-10:00 Beginning Ballet 9:00-9:30 Pre-Jazz
10:00-12:00 Ballet Technique* 9:35-10:05 Pre-Ballet
(Dancers must be in IIA or higher) 10:15-11:00 Beginning Jazz
*Classes with an asterisk will NOT recital. Classes must have a minimum of five students, or they will be cancelled.
Labor Day Monday, September 2
Thanksgiving Break Wednesday, November 27 – Saturday, November 30
Winter Break Monday, December 23 – Saturday, January 4
Spring Break Monday, April 13 – Saturday, April 18
Kathryn Seppamaki has been active onstage in Columbia for more than two decades and has been recently seen onstage at Town Theatre in Nice Work if You Can Get It (Duchess) and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Muriel). She has more than twenty years of experience working as a choir director and made her debut as a musical director at Town Theatre in August of 2016. She has since also musically directed Elf Jr., Peter Pan Jr. and A Christmas Carol at Town Theatre. She has been teaching voice privately for more than 20 years and currently has students performing on Broadway, Disney and professionally around the world.
Alyssa Stephens began her dance career in Columbia under the direction of Debbie Spivey at Footnotes. She later danced at The Center for Dance Education and with Carolina Ballet under Mimi Worrell. She attended Palmetto Center for the Arts Dance Program at Richland Northeast High School, directed by Nicole Czekalski, participating in both PCA dance and theater productions. She has taught at Footnotes, and the Center for Dance Education. She attends USC where she is a Chemistry major, with a minor in Dance. We are happy to have Alyssa join the ADA staff.
Marles Badillo is an ADA alumna, and former member of the ADA Competing Company. She earned her degree in Early Childhood Education from USC, and is a kindergarten teacher in Richland Two. We are thrilled to have our former long time student return as a faculty member. Her love for children, and long dance experience make her a valued addition to the ADA staff.
Be sure and read our guide to placement. These are broad guidelines and actual placement is determined by faculty.