'To watch us dance is to hear our hearts speak.'
Brittany Grace McNair is an East Carolina University dance performance graduate with a Bachelors in Fine Arts in modern concentration. She has professional training from instructors like Tommi Galaska, Bergen Wheeler, Kristin Winstead, Teal Darkenwald, Patti Weeks, April Craig, Autumn Proctor & many more. Brittany was 1 of 14 dancers picked to dance with Roberto Villanueva's Dance Company Premiere in NYC.
She has been a guest artist & taught at studios such as Carolina Dance Center, Invictus, Greenville Civic, Dance Attic, Katura Dance, Kinston Dance Academy, Rejoice Dance Studio, Leesville Road High School & L'Academie De Danse. Brittany has also danced with companies like Leesville Dance Ensemble, Triangle Dance Ensemble, East Carolina Dance Theatre, BNW Dance & Balasole. Brittany has danced since she was 4 & believes dance leads to true happiness in life.
Grace Bryant is currently a sophomore studying Human Development and Family Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has been a hip hop dancer since she was 8 and absolutely loves it. She is currently on UNC KamiKazi's Hip Hop Dance Team serving as the Secretary/Treasurer. This is Grace’s first experience teaching hip hop in a dance studio environment and she is excited to meet your children and show them her love for hip hop.
Born and raised in Clarksville, Tennessee Jemima began her dance training at the age of 9. She fell in love with dancing while attending Cast and Crowns Performing Arts Center and she was given many performance opportunities. At the age of 15 she was given the opportunity to perform in Downtown Disney’s “Power Pak Opening Number” choreographed by Miranda Davis. Jemima currently graduated from University of North Carolina School of the Arts with her Bachelor of Fine Arts where she trained and developed her technique in the college contemporary program. Jemima has performed in works at UNCSA such as Esplanade by Paul Taylor, Maple Leaf Rag by Martha Graham, Of The Earth Far Below by Doug Varone, Behind Resonance by Shein Wei, Go Lo by Robyn Mineko Williams, and works created by Brenda Daniels, Sean Sullivan, Dawn Bazemore, and Catherine Miller.
Liza Ashton is excited to continue teaching at Bravo. She recently moved back to North Carolina after being in San Antonio for 10 years. While in Texas she was the Artistic Director for LA Performing Arts and Lead Choreographer for the Sensations Dance Company. She has danced with 3 professional dance companies and worked as a professional actress in LA. She has over 15 years of stage experience! She has professional experience in ballet, jazz, contemporary, and musical theater and is excited to teach all of these disciplines at Bravo.
Alexa is currently a senior at Northwood High School. She started gymnastics at three and started dancing at 12! Just last summer she auditioned and was selected to train for six weeks with the prestigious North Carolina Governors School West. She loves to teach and choreograph and is planning on continuing her dance education in college.