Come experience the Not Just Dance difference! Our teachers are energetic, patient, invested in our students (100% present serving the needs of our students), consistent and role models.
Amanda Mason is currently a student at the School of Music at James Madison University pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Theatre. While at JMU, she has performed in many stage productions including Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience, The Barber of Seville, and The Merry Widow. Since her freshman year, she has been a member of JMU’s award-winning all-female acapella group, Note-oriety. Prior to attending college, Amanda performed in community theatre at a very young age and continued throughout her high school years in productions with Chantilly High School Drama. Some of her favorite roles include Penny Lou Pingleton in Hairspray, the Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods, and Eva Peron in Evita. She plans to pursue a career in stage performance upon her graduation.
Alayna, dance team coach for Rocky Run Middle School, is currently a senior at Chantilly High School, where she is a part of their theatre department and dance team. She has been on the Charger Dance Team since freshman year, and is now one of the senior captains of the team. Asides from dance team, she has danced at the Centreville Dance Academy for the past decade. Alayna has received dance training in ballet, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, and tap and hopes to continue dancing when she begins college next fall. As an actor, she has performed in many productions at her high school. Some of her favorite previous shows include Annie the Musical and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and also acting as head of publicity for Peter and the Starcatcher for which she was nominated for a Cappies award.
Note: Not Just Dance sponsors the dance team at Rocky Run Middle School.
Stephanie Feeback is currently pursuing her Bachelors of Music in Music Theater at Oklahoma City University. Recently at OCU, Stephanie has appeared in Nine, Bonnie & Clyde, Brigadoon, and South Pacific (OK City Rep). Last year, Stephanie sang back-up for Patti Lupone in her Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda…Concert. In addition to performing, Stephanie is active as Assistant Director and Choreographer at OCU for productions such as Pirates of Penzance, Legally Blonde, and The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Since her time at Not Just Dance, Stephanie has been a contributing choreographer for Fame Jr. and Peter Pan Jr. as well as teaching musical theater audition workshops. Before college, Stephanie received intense dance training as part of the Encore Theatrical Arts Project dance company, with whom she toured Spain, and has since continued her dance training with the incomparable dance faculty at OCU’s Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Arts Management. Stephanie studies voice under Professor Larry Wade Keller, studying both musical theater and classical repertoire, and just produced her Junior Recital, an evening of classical music. Well rounded in voice, dance, and acting, Stephanie will be moving to NYC upon graduation to follow her dreams.
Brittany is our Director of Marketing in charge of all marketing campaigns and social media. Brittany graduated from George Mason University with a degree is in Marketing with a minor in Art and a concentration in internet marketing. As a gifted artist, Brittany has also created props and set decorations for many shows. She was the Lead Paint Designer for Peter Pan (Not Just Dance), Little Shop of Horrors (The Alliance Theatre) and Grease (The Alliance Theatre). Brittany is also a certified Zumba instructor. Brittany is currently a member of the marketing team for the Justice Federal Credit Union. She brings her unique experiences in marketing, balanced by her theatrical and artistic talents, to help market our dynamic and growing demographics. Brittany is also a graduate of Chantilly High School where she took all 4 levels of art and both of the fashion marketing classes. She is a state DECA winner, representing Chantilly High School at the International Competition. She appeared as an actress/featured dancer in The Alliance Theatre’s productions of Oliver!, Music Man, Honk, Cats, Beauty & the Beast and Mulan, Jr. She was the assistant choreographer for Aladdin Jr (The Alliance Theatre).
Alycia is a Musical Theater major with a Dance minor at Jacksonville University. She has been dancing for 9+ years, where she trained at Encore and Greater Washington Dance Center. Her specialties include jazz, tap, modern, ballet, hip hop and salsa. She has performed in numerous dance productions including Pepito’s Story at the Kennedy Center where she was a featured dancer working with director Debbie Allen. She has also performed on Fox5 Morning News, Public Access Television, and in Madrid, Toledo, Seville and Granada. She has choreographed or co-choreographed several productions including Seussical; Bye, Bye, Birdie; and Hello, Dolly! at Herndon High School and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at Chantilly High School. In addition, she has performed on stage in productions at Academy of Children’s Theatre, Centreville Presbyterian Church Community Theatre, Westfield Summer Stage Columbia Basin College, and Jacksonville University.
Anthony is an assistant teacher at The Children’s Acting Academy in NYC. He has performed at the Kennedy Center in D.C. and Off-Broadway at New World Stages and The York Theatre Company. Anthony appeared as Charlie in Willy Wonka (The Alliance Theatre), the Genie in Aladdin Jr, (The Alliance Theatre) and as Seymour (Lead Actor WATCH nomination) in Little Shop of Horrors (The Alliance Theatre). He was the assistant director in Annie Jr and Mulan Jr (The Alliance Theatre). He has been nominated for three Cappie Critic awards, winning one for supporting actor of a musical for his portrayal in Working (Centreville High School). Anthony is a graduate of Centreville High School, and currently studying theatre performance and musical theatre at Marymount Manhattan College.
Joshua is a 2015 graduate of Centreville High School. Joshua has performed in many productions including Westfield Summer Stage production of Mary Poppins (Bert); Centreville High School’s production of Beauty and the Beast (Gaston); Westfield Summer Stage production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (J. B. Biggley) and Centreville High School’s Lend Me a Tenor (Tito Morelli). Joshua has performed at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall and the Virginia All-State Choir. He received the Highest Scoring Tenor II at the District XI More