Kathy McCrohon Dance Center - Dance With Us!
Miss Kathy McCrohon Owner, Director, Teacher, Choreographer
Miss Kathy, the Dance Center Founder, started dancing at the age of four. At age ten, she performed in the Boston Ballet's production of the Nutcracker . She was the first recipient of the Worcester Ballet Society scholarship and won the title of Miss Talent America, #1 in Jazz. After fourteen years of competitive dance she was awarded a scholarship to the Dance Department of Skidmore College where she pursued an education major with a concentration in Dance and attained her New York State Teachers Certification. After completion of college, Miss Kathy toured the Western States dancing with a Ballet Company based in Salt Lake City, Utah. She continues to advance her dance study in New York City, Boston and Connecticut. Miss Kathy has been teaching in the metropolitan Boston area for 26 years. She has choreographed for the Worcester County Light Opera, The Wellesley Players, and other local area theater groups. Miss Kathy is also an active parent volunteer in the Public School System orchestrating hundreds of students for their annual Field Day Dance Performance.
 
Miss Caroline Cohn
Miss Caroline was born in Providence Rhode Island.   She is a former
Principal dancer of the State Ballet of Rhode Island where she danced for eight years. She received a B.F.A. in Dance from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where she was a recipient of the Chancellor’s Talent Award. Caroline dances professionally in the Boston area and has appeared with the Pioneer ValleyBallet, BalletRox, and North Atlantic Dance Theater. Caroline has per- formed many leading roles in Tony Williams’ The Urban Nutcracker, in-
cluding the Sugar Plum Fairy and Snow Queen. In addition to teaching at KMDC, Caroline has also taught dance in the Boston Public Schools and at the Tony Williams Dance Center. Caroline is currently a graduate student at Tufts University working towards a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy. 

Miss Alex Paul
Miss Alex is originally from Broken Arrow, OK, where studied dance at Extension Dance Academy. She then went on to
attend Oklahoma City University and receive a
Bachelor’s of Performing Arts degree in Dance Per-
formance, studying all styles of dance with a focus
on dance in musical theatre. While in school, she
took part in the American Spirit Dance Company’s
annual Christmas Show and Spring Show. She also per-
formed with the Spirit of Grace Liturgical Compa-
ny, as well the OCU Pep Dancers, dancing at all OCU Basketball games. Following graduation, she moved to Boston and has performed with Fiddle- head Theatre Company in their productions of Jesus Christ Superstar and West Side Story. 

Miss Phoebe Amory
Miss Phoebe has been dancing since the age of 3. She's trained at Ballet
Academy East in New York City and at the School of the Albany
Berkshire Ballet in Albany, NY, in addition to spending summers at
Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, Charlotte Ballet, and the Princeton
Ballet School. She has performed various classical and contemporary
works as a member of the Albany Berkshire Ballet Junior Company,
including corps de ballet roles in Madeline Cantarella Culpo's touring
production of The Nutcracker and The Rockwell Suites. Phoebe is
currently a member of the Wellesley College class of 2020 and
continues to dance both on- and off-campus. She is thrilled to be
teaching dance to students as passionate about the art as she is.
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