Kellsie Steele has studied dance for 24 years, performing nationally in jazz, modern, ballet, pointe, tap, lyrical, and hip hop from the age of 3. She was honorary captain of the varsity cheerleading team at Eastside Catholic High School and was captain of both her Dance and Cheerleading team at Saint Mary's College of California. She trained under the direction of Lori Buffalow and Rachel Jackson of the San Francisco 49ers as well as nationally accredited choreographers Greg Russell, Andrew Vacca, and Jeannine Sabo to name just a few. Kellsie has performed nationally at NCAA basketball tournaments, and as a member of the San Francisco 49ers Goldrush professional cheerleading and dance team has had the opportunity to perform in places such as China and Japan. Kellsie holds a Bachelors degree in Communications and has taught at multiple dance academies in both San Francisco and Seattle. Kellsie joined the Cornish Dance staff in 2014. We welcome her to West Seattle Performing Arts first term.
SM 19 Summer Drop In/ Punch Card | $26 | 1.0 hour class | Add classes to your cart |
Drop in for any 1.0 hour class or purchase multiple classes and create a punch card that we keep at the desk for you to use anytime you take a class over the summer.
This is a popular way to carve out summer classes for yourself and enjoy all the summer fun and weather you can,
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Children’s Acting | Ages 7 to 12 | Wednesdays | 4:45-5:45 | July 10- August 14th
Instructor: Jordan Whidbey, WSPA Faculty
Description: Children's Acting will engage our young performers and give them a platform for using their imaginations and acting skills. Acting games that encourage interaction, story- telling, characters and thinking fast on your feet will be offered for a dynamic and fun summer class! Join the fun!
Attire: Comfortable clothes
SM 19 Children’s Tap | Ages 5 to 7 | Tuesdays | 5:15-6:00 | 6 weeks (Nichols)
Classes Meet: July 9,16,23,30 Aug. 6,13
No Registration Fees,
Introductory Tap 5-7 years and is open to new students who are ready to learn the basics and more. Students should have a strong desire to learn. Class will encompass strong locomotion across the floor, traditional footwork and repetition of musical rhythms and strong sense of musicality. Body percussion and basic combinations will also be taught. More complex combination will be introduced as student’s progress.
Dress code is loose fitting clothing that easy to move in and tap shoes. Hair back and no jewelry.