Macey is a native of Rutherford County and a honor graduate of East High School. She started dancing at age 4 and has been trained in numerous styles including; tap, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, ballet, clogging, modern and ballroom. Macey has trained with top choreographers, taught at Kodachrome workshops and choreographed top award winning routines. She has choroegraphed and taught at workshops for the Carolina Panther Topcats and the Clemson Rally Cats. She was a 2012 member of the Appalachian State University Dance Team and pursued a degree in dance with a minor in communications. Macey danced the opening number a the Tempe Arts Center in Pheonix, AZ, showcases on Carnival Cruise Ships. She worked for Celebrity Dance Competitions where she gained even more knowledge. She has completed a program at EDGE Performing Arts Center in Hollywood, CA, where she will continue to travel to gain more training. Macey was a member of the 2015 Carolina Panther Topcat Cheerleader's where she performed at SuperBowl 50 in Santa Clara, CA. She choreographed the opening number for the National Beta Club Convention 2018 held in Savannah, GA, which included over 300 top dancers from across the United States. Macey's passion is dance and she loves sharing that with everyone at DreamWeavers Dance Studio.
“Greg will be providing all aspects of acro skills, including cartwheels, front and back walk-overs, aerials and back handsprings. He looks forward to helping students achieve new skills and tricks. Greg was co-owner and team coach of Blue Ridge Gymnastics for over ten years. During this time, he gained respect for the importance of small town programs. Greg states “these programs inspire kids, instilling dedication, drive, confidence and purpose.” He feels it is important for kids to realize their gifts and with over ten years of competitive tumbling and floor exercise experience, Greg has encouraged his kids to reach for things that can seem like impossibilities. Prior to owning his on gym, Greg spent several years as an assistant and bar/vault coach for Cheertyme Gymnastics. In this role, Greg was responsible for the development of level four and five bar and vault routines. In addition, he taught toddler classes. In the past, Greg has also worked with the MHS cheerleaders, coaching them to advance their acrobatic and tumbling skills. He is a certified and professional member of USAG (member number 170627). Greg also has a USAG National Safety Certification. Greg’s background in retail, gymnastics and cheerleading provides a solid foundation for great acrobatic and tumbling landings at DreamWeavers."
Hired at 16 as the youngest full time dance teacher at her company studio; Meg has over 20 years experience teaching and choreographing up and down the East Coast. Expanding to Theater and film in NYC She discovered, her first true love, Dance was how she wanted to contribute to the Theater world. Meg Boone has choreographed : The wedding singer, Urine town and Footloose in the 3rd biggest roadhouse in the country. In addition she has choreographed: Beauty and the beast, Guys and dolls, Where the wild things are, Into the woods, Nunsense III, The Music Man, Nothing like Vaudeville show, The Wiz, Lion witch and the wardrobe, Grease, Annie and more.
As well as directing 3 roadhouse productions and stage managing more than a dozen many including her own choreography and directing.
Classically trained in Shakespeare, acting and speech then cast in film and commercials in NYC as well as plays and shows. She also continued training at the highest levels through BDC , STEPS, and stanislavskis method.
Meg then proceeded to take her teaching skills north and taught in multiple studios and theaters , including one of the top 5 ranked studios in the country. Meg has taught in NYC, Boston, Orlando, Tampa as well as up and down the East coast for workshops and competitions. She has former students in 3 different ballet companies, 2 at Boston conservatory and 2 on broadway, as well as multiple former students involved in the film scene in both NYC and LA.
Training includes: Frank Hatchett, Gregory Hines, Savion glover, Mandy Moore, Mia Micheals,
Laurie Ann Gibson, Shane sparks, Dave Scott, Wade Robson, Finnus yung, and Gelsey Kirkland, etc. She has a passion and talent for giving her students the training and knowledge they need to become a success in the performing arts.
Madision is a native of Rutherford County and a graduate of Chase High School. She has been dancing since the age of 5, training in tap, jazz, lyrical and ballet. Her true passion is sharing her love of dance with our younger generation. Madison's sweet and compasionate heart sets her apart of the rest. She is truly a great role model for all that look up to her. She is currently persuing a degree in Pre-Dental from Gardner Webb University while sharing her talents with DreamWeavers Dance Studio.
Jessica was born and raised in Rutherford County and was a 2013 graduate from CHASE High School. During her school years, she tried all types of dance, but loved hip hop and clogging the most. After her time at DreamWeavers, Jessica went on to Mars Hill University and was a member of the award-winning Bailey Mountain Cloggers. While a member of BMC, she was able to expand upon her clogging knowledge, as well as other styles of dance. She was part of the team as they won three more national titles and numerous other awards. She also traveled with BMC to international folk dance festivals in England, Greece, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Colombia. She loves sharing dance and culture with others that she meets. Also in her time with BMC, she performed with various bluegrass bands such as Balsam Range and the bluegrass legend Ricky Skaggs. While at Mars Hill, Jessica pursued a degree in Elementary and Special Education and she now teaches fourth grade math and science at Mayo Elementary School in Mayo, SC. Jessica loves sharing her passion for different clogging styles with all ages.
Josh began dancing at Dreamweavers Dance Studio at the age of five and has loved every minute of his constantly evolving dance career. While teaching at many dance studios around North Carolina, his natural passion and enthusiasm for dancing with others grew immensely. After graduating, Josh attended the University of Alabama to study dance where he trained with ballet professor Qianping Guo. Throughout his time dancing, he has won many regional and national titles. He is trained in Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, and Ballet. Josh is currently working for Applause Talent where he shares his passion for dance with aspiring young dancers. While not working at Applause, he continues his love for dance through teaching at local studios.
Jennifer has worked at DreamWeavers Dance Studio for 22 years specializing in early childhood development and beginner tap, ballet, and jazz. She was trained at Dianne Griffin Dance Academy for 14 years. Jennifer has taken master classes at Ballet Spartanburg in jazz, ballet, musical theater, and acting. She has also participated in many musical productions with Rutherford County Arts Council. She is a graduate of Gardner Webb Univeristy and currently works for Rutherford County Schools as an elementary school teacher while sharing her love of dance to everyone at DreamWeavers.
Ritchie is going into his 11th year as hip hop teacher at DreamWeavers Dance Studio. Not only is Ritchie an experienced hip hop choreographer, but he also our prop designer and stage makeup artist. His creativity is like none other. Ritchie was the art teacher at Chesnee High School for numerous years. He now works for Rutherford County Schools. He is a Limestone graduate with a Masters Degree from Gardner Webb University in School Administration/Leadership. Ritchie has a heart for helping students reach their full potential, while also making sure they enjoy every second of it.