LINDSAY & VICTORIA
Victoria graduated from the University of Akron with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and Dance Performance. By the age of 18, she had been awarded scholarships to many major dance centers in the United States including: The Edge and Millennium (Los Angeles), Art of Dance and Gus Giordano (Chicago), Joffrey Ballet, Steps, and Broadway Dance Center (New York City). She was also awarded Urban Jamm’s Dancer of the Year, Miss Headliners, and the LA Agency Award, Victoria has had the privilege of training in all styles of dance from prestigious teachers such as Dee Hillier, Tom Smith, Richard Moore, Felice Bagley,
Mary Ann Lamb, Shannon Smith, Michelle Barber, and her own sister Lindsay (Fox) Stacy. Victoria was also blessed to study under Dmitry Tuboltsev and Inna Strabrova for eight years and is working on her certification in Vaganova Ballet. Victoria has been teaching
and choreographing for the last ten years
and loves spreading the joy of dance. She recently worked
with Tina D’Armoto, a professional teacher and choreographer based in California, as her assistant. Victoria continues to take master classes, workshops, and conventions. She continues to expand artistically through her award winning choreography at both regional and national levels. Victoria was last seen on stage in Los Angeles for Axis Connect under the Barton sisters.
Miss Tori is the mother of one beautiful daughter!
Lindsay (Fox) Stacy began her dance training at four years old, studying all styles of dance in the northeast Ohio area from the late Richard Moore. She began to appear on the community theatre circuit by the age of seven, perfecting her talent as a triple threat scoring lead roles in plays and musicals at venues like the Canton Players Guild and the Weathervane Community Playhouse. Lindsay trained with some of the top teachers in the U.S. including Tom Smith from the Martha Graham Company, and Broadway native, Mary Ann Black, as well as Inna Strabova, Dmitry Tublotzev, and Dee hillier. Lindsay has performed competitively and professionally all over the United States, and has done televised works for Nickelodeon Studios and WKYC Productions. By the age of 17, Lindsay began teaching her own classes all over Ohio, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations and Dance Performance from the University of Akron. After college, Lindsay was the dance department director at Solon Center for the Arts in Solon, Ohio. Lindsay has choreographed for many competitive dance teams all over the U.S., as well as high school choirs, ensembles, and special musical performance. She has been recognized for her choreographic achievement, as well as her coaching skills in the past, and she continues to excel with her students’ ongoing successes. Lindsay was the dance instructor in the arts department at S.C.O.P.E. Academy, a charter school in Springfield, Ohio. She was also the choreographer for the musical theatre department at Green High School. Lindsay continues to stay on top of her education with frequent trips to New York City to take class at The Broadway Dance Center, a place she has studied often since she was 13 years old. She attends local and national dance conventions with her students, taking all the classes she can to keep up with the ever-changing amazing world of dance. Miss Lindsay currently resides in Canal Fulton with her husband and her kids
Emily began dancing at the age of four and started competing at age six; earning acknowledgment through many special awards and scholarships. She has had the privilege to train in all styles of dance under the director of some very influential instructors such as Lindsay (Fox)Stacy, Victoria Fox, Shannon Smith, Sarah LaGuardia, Dmitry Tuboltsev, Inna Strabrova, and Nate Smith. Previously, Emily was a member of the BGSU’s University Dance Alliance; a student run organization that holds charity events and performs locally within the Bowling Green area. Emily recently graduated from Kent State University where she is majored in Early Childhood Education. She loves taking master classes, attending conventions, and teaching to further her dance knowledge and grow artistically. Emily enjoys watching her students’ progress by instilling elements of confidence, encouragement, and the love of dance and she loves being a part of The Dance Movement family!
Mercedes is currently working towards a degree in Business Management and Entrepreneurship and aspires to open up her own business one day. She has been dancing for ten years and teaching for two year and was first inspired to start dancing after watching her brother Prince. Mercedes has had the privilege to train in many styles of dance and learn from very talented choreographers from around the world. She enjoys all styles of dance but thrives in Hip Hop! Mercedes continues to take classes and learn from her dance peers to grow into her artistry. She loves being a part of TDM!
Madison has been dancing for 17 years and has studied at studios all over Northeast Ohio including The Ohio Conservatory of Ballet. She has performed in many theatre productions such as The Wizard of Oz and ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas at the Carousel Dinner Theatre. Madison has traveled to many dance conventions all over the U.S. – taking classes from world renowned choreographers from places like Los Angeles and New York City. Madison’s energy and enthusiasm for dance makes her an asset to any program & she is so excited to be a part of the teaching staff at The Dance Movement.
Mollie has been dancing for 12 years and
has been with TDM since we opened in 2016.
She has traveled all over the United States studying
from the industry's best dancers/choreographers.
Mollie is in her third year of teaching at TDM and is also
studying Physical Therapy at Stark State College.
For the past two years, Mollie has been traveling with
Revel Dance Convention as The 2019 Pro Reveler of the Year.
She loves learning the ins and outs of a dance convention,
soaking up all the teachers,
and really finding herself as a dance educator -
and has even started teaching her own classes!
Mollie is truly an integral part of TDM!
Hannah has been dancing for 11 years and has studied in ballet, lyrical, contemporary, jazz, character, and Irish. Throughout her dancing career she has trained in studios in Virginia, New York, and Ohio. She is now continuing her extrinsic dance education at The Dance Movement. She has been attending and competing in competitions and conventions such as: Showstoppers, Hollywood Vibe, Ticket to Broadway, and Revolution for the past year. Hannah began assisting classes at the age of nine while in New York and has been assisting at TDM for the past two years. Hannah’s parents put her into dance when she was young just for something to do, but it quickly became her passion. After high school, Hannah is attending college to study early childhood education. She is continuing to teach dance and inspire the younger dance generation while at TDM. Hannah will forever be grateful for her TDM family.
Lexi has been dancing for 15 years. She started dance when she was 2 years old at Canton Ballet where she studied strictly ballet for about 10 years. After wanting to explore new styles of dance, she decided to join The Dance Movement. “They had just opened up, and it was a very close drive. Once I first met Lindsay and Tori, I knew that the studio was perfect for me!” Lexi has been with us since Season 1 and has competed at many competitions and conventions such as Showstoppers, Revolution, Rainbow and Ticket to Broadway. Lexi is going to college to become a pediatric nurse. Lexi has always loved working with kids and helping them grow
both in dance and outside of dance
Tyler joins us by way of Muncie, Indiana where he grew up and received a BFA in Dance from Ball State University. He has studied at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Visceral Dance Chicago
and a summer intensive at the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance. As a performer, Tyler has danced new works by Sidra Bell, Alex Ketley, and Melissa Thodos, and performed excerpts from the repertoire of Ohad Naharin, Alejandro Cerrudo, Robert Moses, Nacho Duato, and Nick Pupillo. He is also a dancer maker and his choreography has received national recognition, including being chosen as the first alternate for performance at the American College Dance Association National Conference at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC.