Theresa Diaz-DiLallo graduated cum laude from Queens College with a BA in Dance and has a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education. Theresa has performed nationally and internationally with the Circle of Dance Repertory Co. for over two decades and is currently artistic director. She has also danced with Patricia Kenny Dance Collection and the Dany Holdstein Dance Company. Over the years she has had the pleasure of working with choreographers: Nancy Brier, Carl Paris, Diane McCarthy, Jennifer Weaver, Ben Munisteri, Orion Duckstein and Patricia Kenny Reilly to name a few.
Ms. DiLallo teaches Modern, Ballet, Lyrical, Jazz and Tap at several Long Island studios and enjoys sharing her love of dance with students beginner to advanced. Theresa is also a teaching artist for Circle of Dance bringing dance to students in elementary schools throughout Queens and Long Island. Theresa has taught workshops for school teachers on how to integrate movement into the academic curriculum, based on the theory of Multiple Intelligences at Dellecave Institute and Dowling College. During the spring of 2016, Ms. DiLallo was faculty at Nassau Community College teaching Modern Dance to dance majors.
Wendy Clark comes to us from Texas and will be attending NYU Steinhardt ABT Ballet Pedagogy master's program. She's danced professionally with: Ballet Spokane, City Ballet of San Diego, Eugene Ballet Company as well as Austin Metamorphosis Dance Ensemble, Chris Swaim's "Mouth", Austin Classical Ballet and TexArts. She comes with a wealth of teaching experience most recently sharing her passion and knowledge with dancers in Texas at the Austin Community Ballet, Cedar park Dance Company, Danceworks and TexARTS as well as Dance Center of Spokane, Kalamazoo School of Music and Dance, Baylor University, Iowa Youth Ballet Pre-Professional SUmmer Intensive, Education for the Arts, and Goddard College where she also holds a BA in Liberal Arts. She served as Youth Director for TexArts Nutcracker, TexARTS Coppelia Summer Intensive Director, and TexARTS Mini-camps. She received her training from: Stage 7 School of Dance in San Diego, Eugene Ballet in Idaho, Milwaukee Ballet, Sarasota Ballet and Ballet Arts Academy in Spokane, WA.