tada dancer summit aug 3-5


The Summit

 Join us for our 5th annual TADA Dancer Summit featuring master teachers from across the US!  Kick off the school year with technique classes in jazz, contemporary, musical theater, hip hop, and more,  nutrition & dance health workshops, plus scholarship and improv contest CASH awards!  (*Only full attendees eligible for scholarship and improv cash awards)


Minis :  $200 (register by June 1 for $50 off)

Junior through Advanced:  $350 (register by June 1 for $50 off

Drop-in Class Rate:  $50 


Faculty To Be Announced! 


Classes will run approximately 9am-3pm every day, with a 30 minute lunch break.  Lunches will be available for purchase in the gallery, or feel free to bring your own.


Please contact tadadanceinfo@gmail.com for any questions.

Summit Instructors

Eoghan Dillon


  Eoghan Dillon was born in County Tyrone, Ireland. At the age of four, he moved to Canada, where he began dancing at the age of 12. In 2012, Mr. Dillon received a full scholarship to study at the Ailey School in New York City, where he studied under Milton Meyers, Francesca Harper, and many other prestigious professionals. Eoghan is currently a Rehearsal Director, and Educational Coordinator with Parsons Dance in NYC, an internationally renowned touring contemporary dance company. Under the direction of David Parsons, he has worked one on one with choreographers Robert Battle, Kate Skarpetowska, Trey McIntyre, and Ephrat Asherie. Eoghan has toured, taught, and choreographed all over the United States and Europe and most Recently he has been commissioned to set works on Parsons Dance, METDance, and Dark Circles Contemporary Dance Company, and Ballet Memphis. Eoghan has been featured in international marketing publications, most notably the GAP's "Dress Normal" Campaign and maintains teaching positions at the Flow40 Touring Dance Convention as well as The Broadway Dance Center in New York City. 

Mary Grace McNally


Mary Grace is a Brooklyn, NY based dance artist, originally from Massachusetts. She produced, directed and choreographed her first evening length work, Not For Picking, which premiered at Theaterlab (NYC) in June 2018. After presenting an excerpt of this work, Mary Grace was awarded the 2018 Capezio A.C.E. Award. She was also announced as ADA's National Choreographer of the Year in 2016.

Her work has been presented at The Dance Gallery Festival, WiseFruit NYC, Dixon Place, Young Choreographer’s Festival, NewSteps Series, REVERBdance Festival, Salvatore Capezio Center, Centre National de la Danse in France, and deSingel in Belgium. She has studied with artists such as Medhi Walerski, Jesse Zaritt, Adi Salant, Jermaine Spivey, Spenser Theberge, Tilman O’Donnell, and has performed the works of Doug Varone, Netta Yerushalmy, Tommie-Waheed Evans, Katie Swords-Thurman, Emma Portner, Erica Sobol and Ryan Spencer. In 2017 and 2018, she was featured in March/April issues of Dance Studio Life Magazine discussing ideas around contemporary and improvisational studies in the competitive dance studio setting.

        Mary Grace received her BFA in Dance from the University of the Arts in 2015. She is a guest instructor, and choreographer, at studios and workshops across the country, as well as Guest Faculty at Peridance Capezio Center and Broadway Dance Center in NYC. Most recently, she traveled to Salt Lake City to set a new work on Divinity Dance Company for their upcoming season.

More Amazing Instructors Coming Soon!