Ashley Marsh -
Ashley has been dancing since the age of two and a half and was a part of the Broadway North Dance Competition Troup at the age of 7. She has been trained in tap, jazz, ballet, contemporary and hip hop. She has been a part of The Boston Tap Company, New England Tap Company, and Speaking in Taps Company out of Boston. She has taken classes from Dance Moms Miami stars and Fox's hit reality show "So You Think You Can Dance" Victor Smalley and Angel Armas and recently was asked to help assist in a Master Class with them in Rhode Island during their Summer 2013 Tour. Ashley was able to dance with her students in the halftime show of the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida in January 2013 with choreographer Mandy Moore. She hopes to continue her love of dance and teaching as she grows older.
Heidi Noyes-Bourgeois -
Heidi was a contestant in the Miss NH program for five years, winner the over-all talent award in 1997 & 1998. After completing her year of service as Miss NH in 1998, Heidi danced with the cast of Miss NH dancers from 1999-2006 and became co-choreographer in 2007.
For the last 20 years, Heidi has run the Broadway North School of Performing Arts, she recently stepped out of the roll of Owner and Director into a less demanding role as landlord and instructor. She is a busy mom to Trey and Anya. Heidi now enjoys lots of after school activities with them when she isn't at the studio.
Heidi and her husband Marc along with their other businesses; MB Tractor and Equipment and GMI Paving, spend a lot of time helping Organizations in their community including: The LRG Red Dress Gala, The WLNH Children's Auction, A Knight for the Children, The Boys and Girls Club of the Lakes Region and of course, the Miss NH Scholarship Program.
Christy Dunn -
Christy became the owner of Broadway North in August of 2013! Dancing since the age of 3, Christy's dreams of becoming a studio owner became a reality. She is trained in tap, jazz, ballet, hip hop, contemporary, country line dancing and ZUMBA. Christy was a member of the UNH Dance Team as well as the Manchester Wolves Dance Team. Christy is a graduate of University of NH, class of 2005. She represented NH at the Miss USA Pageant in Las Vegas in April of 2009. Christy has traveled with her students to numerous competitions, master classes and special events such as the Orange Bowl in Florida.
Amy Wool-Kettell -
Amy Wool-Kettell began her interest in Dance here in the Lakes Region at the age of four with Elaine Quinn. She continued her passion for Dance at Dean College in Franklin Massachusetts were in 1998, she obtained her Associates of Arts Degree. In those two years she was awarded the Gregory Hines Tap Scholarship, The Carrie Grant Chilson Award for Excellence in Music and Dance,The Dean College Trustees Award for Dance, and The Franklin For the Performing Arts Showcase Scholarship. She then continued her Dance education at The University of The Arts in Philadelphia. She traveled to Chicago, New York City, and Boston where she trained with with Nationally recognized dance instructors. In 2001, she became the first recipient of a Bachelor of Arts Degree at Dean College. She resides in Belmont New Hampshire with her husband Michael and daughter Mya.
Catarina Coyman -
Catarina has been dancing since the age of two and immediately fell in love with it. At a young age she decided that she wanted to be a teacher, so that she could share her love for dance with others. She studied at Frates Dance Studio, Concord Dance Academy and Broadway North. She has been dancing at Broadway North since 2003 including participating in their competition troupe. She has competed in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine winning various awards and titles. She also had the opportunity to travel working for On Stage America Competition Company; letting her see many new varieties and styles of dance all over the east coast. Catarina has been an assistant teacher at Broadway North since 2006 and teaching since 2011. She hopes to continue teaching at Broadway North inspiring her students in as many ways as her teachers have inspired her.
"Great dancers are not just great because of their technique; they are great because of their passion!"