Tiffanee Anthony studied ballet, modern, and jazz at Academy of Tidewater Ballet, Old Dominion University Ballet and the Governor’s School for the Arts. Her instructors include Gene Hammett, Glenn White, Pat Sorrell, Deborah Levitan, Lorraine Graves and Istvan and Ana Ament. After high school, she was awarded a full scholarship to attend Dance Theatre of Harlem’s summer intensive.
After college, Miss Tiffanee began assisting, choreographing, and later co-directing, ballets at Tattercoats, Ltd. in Virginia Beach, Va. She also taught ballet for Bright Lights Performing Arts and Homeschool Plus Inc.
In 2000, Tiffanee began her own summer camps, offering instruction in ballet, modern, folk and worship dance.
Then, in 2002, she launched studio 360 (formerly studioTBA), where she brings her more than 20 years experience offering quality instruction to the children & adults of Hampton Roads.
Currently, she continues her study of dance with Elbert Watson (former principal dancer with Alvin Ailey Dance Theater). Miss Tiffanee brings expertise as a dancer, instructor and a homeschooling mother of seven (yes, 7!) to her ownership & direction of
studio 360 Performing Arts.
Angela Brown-Myers joins the studio 360 family to teach hip hop and contemporary! She's a musical theatre veteran. Her Broadway credits include Mamma Mia!, Wicked and 42nd Street. Her television credits include Victorious, Hollywood Heights,Last Man Standing, Good Morning America and The Jay Leno Show. Angela has performed with such artists as Ariana Grande and Adam Lambert.
Recently, she served as Assistant Director and Choreographer for OktoberZest, Scrooge No More, and Elmo Rocks! at Busch Gardens, Williamsburg. Angela currently teaches Musical Theatre, Hip Hop, Jazz, Tap and Contemporary in the Hampton Roads Area.
Ms. Brown-Myers has taught Musical Theatre Workshops and Master Classes from San Francisco to New York City.
Ms. Angela has been blessed to teach and share her love of the performing arts and loves to inspire the next generation of performers.
Virginia Beach native, Rebekah Rickards, has been a dance educator, performing artist, and choreographer for over a decade. Having studied, performed and choreographed work along the East Coast, predominately Philadelphia and New York, Rebekah proves to be a strong, collaborative voice with a passion for originality through innovation. She served as Director of Dance for Salem County Vocational and Technical Schools’ preprofessional arts program for 6 years and now works full time as a freelance performer, producer, and choreographer. Her artistic voice continues to find connections between her various expressions of interests including; dance, comedy, film, storytelling, and shared human experience.
Rebekah teaches our week-long workshops throughout the year and is a guest choreographer on various studio 360 projects.