Zumba Faculty Bio | Tera-Lee Pollin | Steps on Broadway Faculty – Steps on Broadway

Zumba

Jazz

Tera-Lee Pollin
CURRENT CLASSES

Advanced Beginning Jazz
Mondays
11:30am-1:00pm

Open Zumba
Sundays
10:00-11:00am

Tera-Lee is a part of American Dance Machine 21, which received rave reviews at the Joyce Theatre in December! She is a dancer/choreographer, NASM certified personal trainer, and is also certified to teach Zumba. Her training started at The New Jersey School of Ballet and Center Stage Dance and Theatre School. She then went on to study at Jacob's Pillow, The Joffrey School of Ballet and David Howard Dance Center. She studied acting at The Lee Strausberg Institute and American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Some of her favorite performing credits are Mamma Mia! on Broadway(Dance Captain), Urban Cowboy and Hot Feet on Broadway, National Tours of Spamalot (Dance Captain), and Fame. She has also enjoyed being part of The Wiz at La Jolla Playhouse, The Apollo Theatre's Club Harlem, Swing!, and working with David Parsons on the Festival di San Remo in Italy. Film/Television credits include Dark Horse (Bride), Old Dogs, Saturday Night Live, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and Fashion Rocks. Tera-Lee has performed live with Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Kanye West, Earth,Wind,and Fire, Gloria Gaynor, The Lonely Island Boys (Featuring Akon), and Brian McNight.

Tera-Lee is on faculty at Marymount Manhattan College, CAP 21, Equinox, and she recently returned from Germany teaching and choreographing for Musiktheater Bavaria.

Jazz Class description:
Tera-Lee's Jazz class is focused on technique and encouraging students to dance from the heart. It begins with a warm up, working to find your center, isolations, and total body stretches. Then moving across the floor to work on technique, coordination, and style.The class will finish with choreography that will vary in style incorporating Fosse, Luigi, latin jazz, swing, and theatre. This class will provide a positive atmosphere for dancers to gain confidence and grow as artists.