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.
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).
Rachel Hutzenbiler is a student at east Carolina university where she is finishing up her vocal performance and theatre education degrees. She most recently performed as a wild rabbit with the ECU Storybook Theatre in “The Velveteen Rabbit”. Rachel has worked on makeups and costumes for “Velevteen”, “Rent”, and ECU Opera’s “The Secret Marraige” as well as performing in “The Beggars Opera”. For the past two summers she had enjoyed working with Not Just Dance on “Fame” and “Aladdin Jr.”
Carly Johnson grew up dancing in Vienna, Virginia at Cuppett Performing Arts Center, where she was trained in ballet, pointe, Cecchetti, lyrical, tap, jazz, musical theater, and modern. After deciding that she wanted to pursue dance as a career, she took dance classes at Fairfax Academy for Communications and Arts in addition to classes at her studio. There, her piece “Popular” won the Black and Blue Choreography Showcase, and the award for Most Outstanding Signature Project in the Dance Academy. A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University she now has her BFA in Dance and Choreography and a minor in General Business. While there she had the pleasure of dancing in pieces choreographed by her peers, faculty members, and guest artists at VCU such as Doug Varone and Stephanie Martinez. She has also worked with dance professionals in the Richmond community and the Lyric Opera of Virginia. She is currently a choreographer and performing artist with local dance company Nomadic Artist Productions.