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Hillsdale, NJ
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Supportive, encouraging, and professionally trained teachers are who you will find at Just off Broadway. We each seek to bring out the fullest potential in our students. 

Faculty page is currently being worked on. 
Check back for updates Update 8/17

Faculty

Adrienne Logan
Director/Jazz, Tap, Company 

Bio coming soon 

 

Kyle Graef
Hip Hop, Jazz, Pre/Team, Office Manager

Kyle has always had a knack for dancing since a very young age. When he finally took the step into getting formal studio training he came to Just Off Broadway the Summer of 2008. Immediately bitten by the dance bug he jumped into hip hop, jazz, lyrical, musical theater and ballet classes throughout his time at JOBA. He has attended workshops at New York City Dance Alliance, behind the scenes workshops with Broadway performers, and the privilege of seeing countless Broadway shows. After taking some time off from dancing he knew that he could not escape his passion and started working at JOBA in 2015. Starting maintaining his dance education at Broadway Dance Center shortly after. He hopes he can share his love for dance with every student he teaches and show that following your passions is the key to happiness.

Shar Adrias
Hip Hop 

Bio coming soon

Rebecca Frazier
Ballet/Theater/Pointe

Rebecca Frazier is from Albany, New York. She trained at Albany Dance Institute under David Otto, a former soloist at New York City Ballet. Rebecca was selected by children’s ballet mistress Garielle Whittle to perform children’s roles for NYCB during their summer residence at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Rebecca also received training at Ballet Regent School in Saratoga Springs, from former NYCB Michael Steele. Rebecca is a member of Actors’Equity Association and performed all over the county, in  shows like West Side Story, Cabaret, My Fair Lady, and Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Rebecca in on faculty of The Classic Dance Experience Convention and has guest taught all over the tri-state area. She is a director and choreographer of musical theatre, dance on film and music videos. Rebecca loves working with JOBA dancers in ballet, pointe and musical theater. 

 

Jayne Gendreau
Preschool, Kinder, Acro, Company Jazz

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Amanda Klein
Acro 

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Andrea Kron
Ballet 

Andrea Kron received her Certificate of Dance from the Ailey School in New York City where she was part of the student performance Ensemble and toured  the New York metropolitan area. She has studied with the late David Howard, Milton Myers, Dorit Koppel, Tony Steven’s and Savion Glover.
Performance credits include “Hercules” on Broadway at the New Amsterdam theater, Radio City Music Hall, Helen Hayes theater, the role of Arabian in the Nutcracker as a guest Artist as well as dancing as a Rockette in Cremaster 3, an independent film at the Guggenheim Museum directed by Matthew Barney. She has also premiered numerous dance works at the Two River Theater, Silk City Arts Festival and SUNY New Paltz.
As a choreographer, Andrea has staged over fifty Repertory works for students and professional companies ranging in style from classical to Modern to musical theater including full-length versions of ballets to full-scale musicals. 
Some of her favorite shows and performances include A Funny Thing…Forum, Chicago and Guys and Dolls.
Andrea guest teaches ballet, pre pointe,  pointe, anatomy and injury prevention, Pilates, Active isolated stretch as well as Lester Horton modern technique and audition technique with theater dance. She has designed injury prevention programs that fuse dance, science and Anatomy so that students have a better understanding of how their bodies work.
 Teaching credits include Broadway Dance Center, Steps on Broadway, Marymount Manhattan College, SUNY New Paltz, Montclair State University as well as numerous dance festivals throughout the East Coast. 
She also coaches students and Professionals in New York City for auditions and college-bound performers. 
Andrea is an associate member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, New York City.

Erica Leigh
Hip Hop, Hip Hop Company

Bio Coming Soon!

Vanessa Pikulski
JOBA Pom Dance Team 

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Amy Yankus
Hip Hop, Jazz 

 Amy began dancing at 4 years old.  She has danced competitively on regional and national levels, receiving numerous awards and scholarships. Amy has worked with amazing choreographers including Sheila Barker, Tyce Diorio, Eddie Garcia and Paula Abdul. While obtaining her B.A. at Hofstra University, she was part of their nationally ranked competition dance team.  She spent most of her dance career traveling around the U.S. working for many regional camps and conventions. Amy has been teaching dance to all ages for over 20 years.

 

Renae Yvonne
Hip Hop

As a young girl, Renae Yvonne was strictly motivated by her dreams to dance and concealing a quiet confidence even then that one day her dreams will come true. Being of Jamaican decent, the sultry Renae Yvonne’s blood flows with rhythm! Her desire expands to all genres of dance. She has choreographed and danced in dozens of productions.
Renae Yvonne a classically trained dancer, studied at prestigious dance studios in New York City.
Blending hip-hop with her extensive training, Renae Yvonne’s vision is instrumental in helping to lift urban music to the status it enjoys today among popular music here in America as well as internationally.
This is a generation that is quick to forget those who’ve paved the way for the ones, who are popular today, with her favorite choreographers being Tanisha Scott , Fatima Robinson, Mia Michaels, and Laurieanne Gibson.
In more than 15 years as a professional dancer ,aspiring model, Renae Yvonne has made it her mission to highlight and showcase the skills and talents in hip-hop while creating connections among and between male and female dancers in a culture traditionally dominated by men. Renae Yvonne believes the dance culture, as a whole, gives voice to those who are often unheard and is a way to uplift, inspire, and bring change to those communities that need it the most.