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    Courtney Cheyne graduated from California State University, Los Angeles with a Bachelors in Theatre Arts and Dance. Ms. Cheyne received her early dance training at Debbie Reynolds Studio under the direction of Patsy and Rowdy Metzger. Over the past 20 years, Ms. Cheyne has worked with dance choreographers from the Diavolo Dance Theater, Los Angeles Ballet, and LA Contemporary Dance Company. She has been teaching Dance and Colorguard at South Pasadena High School for the past 5 years. 

Courtney Cheyne graduated from California State University, Los Angeles with a Bachelors in Theatre Arts and Dance. Ms. Cheyne received her early dance training at Debbie Reynolds Studio under the direction of Patsy and Rowdy Metzger. Over the past 20 years, Ms. Cheyne has worked with dance choreographers from the Diavolo Dance Theater, Los Angeles Ballet, and LA Contemporary Dance Company. She has been teaching Dance and Colorguard at South Pasadena High School for the past 5 years. 

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    Joey Leon is our Colorguard Instructor. Having spent the last 15 years involved in the activity, both as an instructor and a performer. He has performed with such distinguished performance organizations as the Santa Clara Vanguard and Diamante Independent World. He has taught many programs across Southern California. Most recently, becoming a judge for the WCPA (Southern California Performance Association) He is very happy and excited to be at South Pasadena and looks forward to see the continued growth of this program.   

Joey Leon is our Colorguard Instructor. Having spent the last 15 years involved in the activity, both as an instructor and a performer. He has performed with such distinguished performance organizations as the Santa Clara Vanguard and Diamante Independent World. He has taught many programs across Southern California. Most recently, becoming a judge for the WCPA (Southern California Performance Association) He is very happy and excited to be at South Pasadena and looks forward to see the continued growth of this program.

 

Melinda Sullivan is a highly sought out tap dancer and choreographer based in Los Angeles, who mentors include the Jazz Tap Ensemble, Jason Samuels Smith, and the late Harold Cromer.  Best known from FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance, Sullivan has a diverse career in dance, television, and theatre. After being the first tap dancer to make Top 10, Melinda went on appear as the first tap All-Star in Season 10, as well as featured in Chloe Arnold's Syncopated Ladies in Season 11. Stage credits include Disney’s High School Musical franchise, the 25th Anniversary Tour of Cats, and touring with Jason Samuels Smith’s tap dance company Anybody Can Get It (ACGI). Sullivan is the recipient of the 2012 Capezio Award for Choreographic Excellence, and she was named among the “25 to Watch” in Dance Magazine. TV/ Film credits include Glee, As the World Turns, 90210, How To Rock, The Goldbergs, Dancing with the Stars, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, the 2017 Golden Globes, and LaLa Land. Melinda  has also won the World Dance Award for Best Choreography of Television Episodic.  Melinda continues to teach, perform, and choreograph worldwide at tap festivals, universities, and dance schools across the country. She is on faculty at the Colburn School in Los Angeles. You can check out her artistic collaborations at www.melindasullivan.com.       

Melinda Sullivan is a highly sought out tap dancer and choreographer based in Los Angeles, who mentors include the Jazz Tap Ensemble, Jason Samuels Smith, and the late Harold Cromer.  Best known from FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance, Sullivan has a diverse career in dance, television, and theatre. After being the first tap dancer to make Top 10, Melinda went on appear as the first tap All-Star in Season 10, as well as featured in Chloe Arnold's Syncopated Ladies in Season 11. Stage credits include Disney’s High School Musical franchise, the 25th Anniversary Tour of Cats, and touring with Jason Samuels Smith’s tap dance company Anybody Can Get It (ACGI). Sullivan is the recipient of the 2012 Capezio Award for Choreographic Excellence, and she was named among the “25 to Watch” in Dance Magazine. TV/ Film credits include Glee, As the World Turns, 90210, How To Rock, The Goldbergs, Dancing with the Stars, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, the 2017 Golden Globes, and LaLa Land. Melinda  has also won the World Dance Award for Best Choreography of Television Episodic.  Melinda continues to teach, perform, and choreograph worldwide at tap festivals, universities, and dance schools across the country. She is on faculty at the Colburn School in Los Angeles. You can check out her artistic collaborations at www.melindasullivan.com.