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Latino Dancers in Ballroom


Co-Owner & Director

Brittany Klinger has been apart of the dance community for over 25 years. She has been choreographing, teaching, and inspiring young dancers for the vast majority of her life. Her journey as a dancer began at the age of 3 years old and has developed into her true passion. 

She began dancing at a local Long Island studio where she focused on competitive dance and later branched out and studied both Russian and American ballet. She traveled into NYC to further her ballet education and study further at the School of American Ballet associated with the NYC Ballet. Both her technical training and Ballet training have led her to success, granting her to play various roles in the Nutcracker Suite and allowing her to achieve many titles such as Junior Miss Dance of the United States, Miss Legacy, Miss Starquest, & Miss On Stage America. She has performed numerous times at Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden, & Walt Disney World while being apart of the United States Dance Team. 

She furthered both her Dance & Academic education at Towson University where she was apart of their 16 time national championship Dance team. In addition to her dance career, Brittany is also an Adult Gerontologic Nurse Practitioner. She enjoys taking her knowledge of health and care of the human anatomy, by incorporating it into her dance classes to teach her dancers the importance of proper maintenance and care of both their physical and emotional health. 

Brittany specializes in preparing her dancers technical abilities for on and off the stage, and enjoys teaching all styles of dance. Brittany cannot wait to prepare all the dancers at RDC to become the best technical & versatile artists they can be. 


Co-Owner & Director

Nicole Dennehy has been teaching, performing and choreographing for over 25 years. She received her B.F.A in Fine Arts with a concentration in Ballet and Modern Dance from Marymount Manhattan College. During her time at Marymount she was fortunate to be able to perform works by Martha Graham, Jose Limon, Merce Cunningham and Twyla Tharp.

Upon graduation she performed with several modern dance companies in NYC before focusing her training on dance education. Nicole worked with a non-for-profit group Circle of Dance Repertory Company, providing Arts in Education programs in public schools throughout Long Island and Queens. Through this experience she decided to return to school to obtain her Masters degree in Early Childhood Education from Long Island University. 

By combining her Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts and Masters Degree in Education, Nicole has been blessed to teach hundreds of students throughout New York State. Her students have won regional and national titles, been awarded convention and college scholarships, and have gone on to have professional careers in the dance world. Her choreography has been featured on Television and Film in addition to being awarded choreography, overall, special, and judges awards. 

Nicole is extremely excited to be able to open her own studio with her business partner and friend Brittany Klinger. She is thrilled that she is able to spread her love and joy of dance to the younger generations and hopes to continue to inspire and motivate dancers for years to come.



RDC Staff



Contemporary, Industry, Technique

Francesca is a dancer and choreographer from Long Island, NY. She is 20 years old and has been dancing for 16 years. Francesca began her dancing career training as a competitive dancer and has obtained several national titles along the way. As well as competing in competitions, Francesca has performed in several halftime shows at Madison Square Garden for credible basketball teams such as the New York Knicks, The Liberty Lady Flames, and the Harlem Globetrotters, and has performed at Disney World and Universal in Orlando, Fl.. After graduating high school, Francesca was accepted to be part of the St. Joseph’s College Dance Team, where she competed at the national level. Francesca then decided to take her dance education to the next level and was accepted onto New York City professional dance company, Nitrogen the Company. Francesca has also been sharing her passion for dance with the next generation for the past 5 years by teaching and choreographing at competitive dance studios on Long Island. Francesca specializes in technique, contemporary, improvisation, and acrobatics. Francesca is very excited to begin teaching at RDC and can not wait to watch her students grow.



Musical Theater, Acting, Technique, Hip-Hop

 GG began dancing at the age of 3 years old. Her training includes ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, contemporary, modern, acrobatics and musical theatre. Dance has given GG many opportunities. At the age of 8, she danced with the Atlantic City Ballet Company. 

Along with dance, theatre arts have played an important role in her life. While attending Eastport South Manor High School, GG participated in show choir and many theatre programs the school had to offer. At the age of 17, she was given the opportunity to choreograph for the school musical. 

After graduating high school, she went on to study Theatre Arts at Suffolk County Community College, while also participating in the school dance team. She has performed in many short plays and musicals and has begun specializing in stage combat. She is now the official Teacher Assistant for the class. 

Throughout her dance years, GG has received many high point awards and scholarships. GG wants to share her passion for dance and theatre arts with students and is excited to continue her journey at Revolution Dance Complex. 



Jazz, Conditioning, Strength

Jeanine began dancing at the age of 2. Her training included Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Lyrical, Musical Theatre and Acrobatics.

While in high school, it was important for Jeanine to participate in school activities. She was treasurer of National Junior Honor Society and National Honor Society. The theatre arts and music programs at Eastport South Manor High School also played a huge roll in her life. This included theatre classes, concert choir and show choir, with who she also competed with. After being on principal's honor roll several semesters, she graduated in the top percentile of her class and went on to study Business Management at Farmingdale State College. Through her studies, she became a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Golden Key International Honor Society, and Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society all while maintaining her status on the President's List every semester. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with her BS in May of 2017 with a 4.0 GPA.

Jeanine has received numerous high point awards for her choreography and is excited to be able to continue her journey here at Revolution Dance Complex, while also pursuing her Master’s Degree in education at Hofstra University.



Ballet, Pointe

Jessica began her ballet training at Seiskaya Ballet School under the direction of Valia Seiskaya.  She received scholarships to the Joffrey Ballet, the Pittsburgh Ballet, the Burklyn Ballet, the San Francisco Ballet, and the University of Massachusetts.  Her performances include Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, the Nutcracker, Don Quixote, Paquita, La Boutique Fantasque, and La Corsair to name a few. She continued her training in Manhattan while studying Early Childhood Development, and later, Interior Design.

     Jessica’s knowledge of the Vaganova method coupled with the importance of proper technique have allowed her to continue teaching for more than 20 years. She has been invited to teach in schools and studios from Manhattan to Southampton. She continues her teacher training through the Bolshoi Ballet and loves to pop in for a class at Joffrey(NYC) whenever possible. Jessica looks forward to sharing her knowledge, experience, passion for the arts, and love of teaching with each new student. 



Ballet, Lyrical, Technique

Marissa has been dancing since the age of 3 and has danced competitively for over 10 years. Marissa is trained in ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, and hip hop. While she loves every style of dance, Marissa especially enjoys teaching lyrical and ballet because of the emphasis placed on technique and grace. Marissa was a member of the United States Tournament of Dance Team and has performed at Madison Square Garden and Hershey Park. She continued her dance training on the St. Joesph’s College Dance Team where she competed at the UDA College Nationals in Orlando, Florida and is pursuing a History degree in Secondary Education at St. Joe’s. Marissa loves working with the younger children and watching them grow as dancers and also as people.

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