As part of a summer romance in the city series the John Leland of the New York Times interviewed us. You can read or watch our story here. The New York Times wrote it more eloquently than I could.  PC: Piotr Redlinski for the New York Times

As part of a summer romance in the city series the John Leland of the New York Times interviewed us. You can read or watch our story here. The New York Times wrote it more eloquently than I could.  PC: Piotr Redlinski for the New York Times

Katherine G. McClintic

Was born in South Dakota but never lived there. She spent her formative years in Southern California taking more dance classes every year and began teaching her first tiny tot class at 14. At 16 her family relocated to West Michigan where Katherine continued her training at a ballet academy under the Direction of Lara Faucher (GRBC, Ballet Magnificat!) 

Green and 19 year-old Katherine started her dance journey in Manhattan as an intern(now called the professional semester) at Broadway Dance Center where she took class regularly from up and coming theater dance teachers like Josh Bergasse, as well as veterans like David Marquez. Since then she has been a featured dancer in local musical theater productions. With a love for experimentation and creative theater she has also been involved in a few dance theater projects at Columbia University (Miriam Grill under the dir. of Anna Bogart), Tikselion Arts in BK (Mikella Bryant and CO), and Greenspace in Queens (Mikella Bryant and CO).

Somewhere in the mix Katherine started Lindy Hopping and fell in love with social dancing and watching adults from diverse backgrounds learn how to dance for the first time.

Surviving into her adulthood in New York she has also picked up some diverse skills. She can sell any product, open wine bottles like a sommelier, and operate a vintage elevator.