521 East Main Street | Lititz, PA 17543 | info@dancedynamixstudio.com | 717-626-5093


-dance with DDX this year-

SAVE THE DATE!
Saturday, June 8 - Mandatory Revue Rehearsal
Sunday, June 9 - Revue Showcase of Talent

WEATHER / SNOW CANCELATION POLICY:
** Our classes do not follow school closings. Please call and listen to the voicemail at 717-626-5093 to find out if we must close.
We also post on social media! **

FALL CLASSES HAVE BEGUN!

CLICK HERE FOR FALL SCHEDULE!

RECREATIONAL AND COMPETITION CLASSES!

Staff:

Linda Brown - Owner / Director

Linda Brown has been the owner and director of the former New Line Revue for the past 35 years! She has taken her students to the next level with this new studio - creating more classes, more flexibility, and more opportunities than ever before! She has led her dance company to regional competitions as well as local events such as the 4th of July parade and celebration in Lititz Springs Park. She is excited to see many new faces, and of course, the familiar ones in the fall!

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Jeni Hlubny - Co-Director / Artistic Director / Teacher

Jeni Hlubny, Assistant Director, will lead our staff of master teachers and award winning choreographers at Dance Dynamix. While a student at Millersville University, Jeni was President of the Millersville University Dance Team. She later coached the team - taking them to national competition. Jeni has received numerous dance scholarships and awards, and is trained in many genres of dance. She was named “All American Dancer” by National Dance Alliance and attended Power Pak for Starpower Nationals and opened for “Battle of the Stars”. She played the role of Barbie in 'Philly Nutt Crak Up' - a dance comedy spin on the Nuttcracker. Jeni impresses upon her students that technique can be fun and is applicable to all styles of dancing.

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Juliane Brown-Flood - Teacher

Juliane Brown-Flood, was the conditioning coach and captain of the Division 1A dance team while attending Temple University. She was named “All American Dancer” by National Dance Alliance. She continued her dance studies at Temple U, and had the opportunity to study with the founder of Umfundalai African Dance. After graduation, she coached the Millersville University Dance Team and led them to their first NDA National Camp and Competition. Juliane enjoys helping her students reach their maximum potential and watching them discover they are physically and mentally stronger than they ever thought they could be.

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Emily Meola - Teacher

Emily Meola found her love of dance at the age of 5, starting out in ballet and quickly expanded into jazz, lyrical, tap, contemporary, hip hop, etc. Emily grew up in the competition world, winning multiple titles, special awards, overall scores, and scholarships, and easily transitioned into a professional dance career.

While she is still very young as a choreographer, her work has already been seen on many competition stages, as well as fundraising and community events in cities surrounding her hometown of Lancaster, PA, and professional stages, such as American Music Theatre. For her choreography, she has received multiple special judges awards, high scores, and outstanding choreography awards.

Performance credits include: Elf The Musical (Fulton Theatre), Dance Explosion (American Music Theatre), Philly Nutt Crak-Up (Keswick Theatre), Beyond Genesis (Mélange Contemporary Dance Company), I Want My MTV: The Sound of a Generation (Steel River Playhouse), Sparks the Stage (ContempraDance Theatre). She studied at Broadway Dance Center in the summer of 2015 as part of their Summer Professional Semester, where she had the chance to perform at the Symphony Space in Manhattan.

Whether performing, teaching, or choreographing, Emily loves to get herself into everything she can in the dance world. She strongly believes in the art and storytelling, and tries to push herself and her students to find those strange and odd places that make dance so incredible and special.

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Stephanie Morales - Ballet Teacher

Stephanie Morales has been studying ballet and modern dance since the age of 10 and has received her Bachelor of Arts in Dance from Belhaven University in 2016.

When her family moved to Lancaster in 2005, she began taking her training seriously and attended Lancaster School of Ballet under the direction of Carolyn Trythall and the Viktor Yeliohin International Ballet Academy under Viktor Yeliohin. Here she trained with instructors Molly Carey, Matthew Metro, Kristie Beatman, and Viktor Yeliohin. Stephanie went on to attend Ballet Magnificat's 4 week summer intensive in 2009 and 2010 to further her ballet training with the Ballet Magnificat company members.

While in college, she developed her technique, choreography, and teaching skills under the direction of Cynthia Newland, Laura Morton, Caleb Mitchell, Ravena Tucker, Sol Nazario, Mia Whitehead, Erin Rockwell, Kristen Bower and Dr. Emily Wright. She worked with several renowned choreographers and guest instructors such as Steve Rooks, Vincent Hardy, Sheron Wray and Kim Nofsinger. She also presented several works in Belhaven Department Showcases and presented her Senior Research "On Display: A Look into Body Dysmorphic Disorder among Female Dancers" to the University as well.

Post college, you can find Stephanie working as a dance instructor at several dance studios in the area, is in her third season dancing with Netco Dance Company, and continues to pursue her passion in choreography by presenting works in local festivals. She has choreographed several shows for Cavod Community Theater (Dr.Dolittle Jr, Beauty and the Beast Jr., Seussical, Lion King Jr) and recently performed as Lily in their production of "Annie". This past summer, Stephanie attended American Ballet Theater's National Teacher Training and is a certified ABT NTC teacher in the pre-primary- level 3 curriculum.

Whether teaching, dancing, or choreographing, Stephanie's passion is to instill the love of the art of dance into her students or audience. Her hope is to show the joy that dance can bring your soul. She believes that through hard work, dedication, laughter, and learning from mistakes, one can find an appreciation for dance no matter what you do in the future.

Nicole Monville - Ballet Teacher


Nicole Monville has over 21 years of dance experience training in ballet, tap, jazz, modern, contemporary, musical theater, hip hop, improvisation, and contemporary partnering. She has 11 years of teaching and choreography experience along with a BA in Dance and a minor in English Film/Media Studies from Slippery Rock University. At Slippery Rock, Nicole was a student director of SRUDT, a member of Dance Express Dance Team, and an active performer and choreographer. During her college career she performed at The American College Dance Festival Association in 2012 and 2013. Her senior year she choreographed and directed a full-length show at Slippery Rock University, and was awarded the Excellence in Dance Technology award. 

Nicole has been a member of Exhalations Dance Theatre in Pittsburgh since 2015 as a resident choreographer and dancer. Summer of 2018 Nicole presented choreography in Kelly Strayhorn’s newMoves Contemporary Dance Festival. The festival was named one of the eight most affective local dance performances of 2018 in Pittsburgh. She attended the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) ballet teacher’s seminar in Milwaukee Wisconsin in 2015. Currently Nicole is an Adjunct Dance Professor at Lancaster Bible College teaching Ballet. She is the founder/director of The Catalyst Collection Dance Company; a contemporary dance company in Lancaster, whose purpose is to initiate change, evoke thought, and create opportunities through art in the community. Nicole is very passionate and dedicated to being a lifelong learner to help educate the next generation of dancers.