Christine Cox (Co-Owner/Co-Founder) is a professional actress,
award-winning dancer, and choreographer. She has appeared in and/or choreographed many musicals (Guys and Dolls, Anything Goes, Will Rogers Follies, The Wizard of Oz), International tours, (Asian tour of The Magical School for Wizards), and films (What's Up Lovely?, and The Actress). Her dancing has been featured on "Good Morning America" and "The View", and she has worked with the choreographers of "So You Think You Can Dance" and "Dancing with the Stars".
Christine received a BFA in Dance Performance/Education
(certified K-12 teacher) from Towson University. She was invited by the Lincoln Center Institute to participate in their Teaching Artist program. Currently she is teaching ballet, tap, jazz, musical theater, ballroom and creative movement in NYC. She is also the founder of 5th Grade Ballroom Stars, a program where students learn the importance of respecting one another through ballroom dance. Christine has extensive experience working with children as a teacher, party entertainer and princess and has spent over 12 years creating her kid's princess and dance birthday parties. You can learn more about Christine at www.christine-cox.com