At Revival Dance Project, we believe that dance is for everyone. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced dancer, we offer a variety of classes for all ages and abilities. Our experienced instructors are passionate about teaching and helping students reach their full potential. We believe in creating a supportive and welcoming environment where everyone feels like family. We encourage an atmosphere where everyone feels comfortable to express themselves through dance. Come join us and experience the joy of dance! We are in our FIRST ever season and are so excited about the future of dance. Classes will be held at Orchard Hills Athletic Club in their 1000+ sf fitness studio. You do not need a membership to register, although we encourage you to check out all of the amenities that they offer.
Founder & Director
Abbie is the founder and director of Revival Dance Project. With over 15 years of dance experience, she is dedicated to providing high-quality dance education to children and adults of all ages and abilities. While training mostly in ballet and modern over the span of 15 years, her love of contemporary and tap drive her passion for the arts. She is proud to have shared her passion and dance education with various local dance studios and hundreds of aspiring, young dancers. She began dancing at the age of 3 and had the privilege of being in a number of Nutcracker Ballets, Youth Ballets, Dance Recitals, Regional and National dance competitions, Title competitions, as well as many other performances over the years. In 2012, she performed in “Another Impression III” at SymphonySpace on Broadway in NYC, alongside Amelia Mae Lowe of So You Think You Can Dance (Season 9) and Chaz Buzan of Joffrey Ballet, protégé dancer for Mia Michaels, and backup dancer for Madonna. Abbie also has professional dance experience training and performing with Project31 Dance Company out of Boston, MA under the direction of Kenzie Finn. Abbie's goal is to inspire dancers to reach beyond their limits to unlock their fullest potential as dancers and most importantly, as people.