Founder & Head Teacher
Sarah has taught kids’ movement classes all across the globe. She is also a founding member and co-artistic director of Green Chair Dance Group in Philly.
Rachel Camp has been a Philly-based actress and teaching artist for the past five years. With a BFA in Musical Theater from Montclair State University, she enjoys teaching all across the city, from ages 1.5 – 18.
Marissa is a performer, teaching artist, and choreographer in the Philly area. She holds a B.A. in both Drama and Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis, with a minor in Ballet. Marissa began dancing at the age of 3 and loves to move! She enjoys teaching theatre, dance, and creative movement to students of all ages.
Emily has been a teaching artist and performer in the Philadelphia area for the past four years. She holds a B.A. in Theatre Performance from Susquehanna University, with a minor in Psychology and Dance. Emily started dancing when she was 4 in her parents living room however officially started studying dance in high school. She enjoys teaching theatre and movement to students of all ages.
Ashley is currently receiving her MFA in Devised Performance from Pig Iron/University of the Arts. She loves to explore story telling through physical movement and music and cannot wait to share it with the littlest generations! She has been babysitting since she was 13, taught at various summer drama camps, and developed a drama program for the Pre-K students she was working with in undergrad. Ashley is excited to broaden her Philadelphia artistic circle to include these new young artists!
Sarah is an actress, singer, and teaching artist in Philadelphia. She has been working professionally in the Philly region since graduating in 2012 from Susquehanna University. Previously, she has taught with People’s Light, Walnut Street Theatre, Montgomery Theatre, and Theatre Horizon among others. When she’s not teaching or acting, you can pretty much always find her snuggling with her cat, Cleo, while watching re-runs of “The Office”.