Gisa is a graduate of Allentown College, now DeSales University in Pennsylvania, with a BA degree in Dance, where she was also a member of the Dance Honor Society and a teacher at their Conservatory.  Her performance experience includes Le Tour De Danse, a touring dance company based in Pennsylvania.  Her choreography has received several honors and was performed at the American College Dance Festival in New England.  For 13 years Gisa was the choreographer for the Scotch Plains/Fanwood High School Rep Theater.  Her choreography includes Anything Goes, Mame, Footloose, Les Miserables, West Side Story, 42nd Street, and Hairspray, among others.  Gisa is the director of Sr. & Jr. Company 2000, a select group of students who perform and compete, and is very proud of their accomplishments.

Since 1990, Gisa has passed on her knowledge and love of dance to her students.  She finds much happiness and pride teaching dance to her wonderful students and choreographing musicals for such talented high school student.  She will always continue to share her love of dance.

Jennifer DiGiuseppe is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a B.A. in Theatre and Dance. She was a part of The UNH Dance Company where she was a corps member in Wounded Dove and a Sword Dancer in Echoes From The Highlands.

Jennifer began her training at Dance 2000 where she studied in various styles of dance. She is now a teacher and choreographs for Company 2000.

For the past two years, Jennifer has choreographed Grease and How To Succeed In Business for Scotch Plains Fanwood High School. Jennifer is an instructional aide for the Special Education Department at Ridge High School in Basking Ridge, where she also coaches gymnastics.

Malcolm Boatwright the 30yr old Ceo of BoomCrewEnt started his career at the age of 3. From just dancing in his living room to making it on stage. Malcolm has been gifted with many talents. Malcolm has been a part of many platforms such as World of Dance, Wild n Out, MTV’s TRL, BET 106 & Park, 85 South Show Live From The Apollo. Malcolm continues to study under his mentors ( Chuck Maldonado, Dave Scott) on how to continue creating.

Hope Reyes is a dancer, Yoga teacher, and fitness instructor from Edison, New Jersey. She graduated with a B.F.A. in dance from Mason Gross School of The Arts at Rutgers University in 2021. Hope has been teaching Yoga internationally since 2019 as a RYT 200 through the Om Factory School of Yoga. Hope travelled to Israel in 2019 to study dance under Bat Sheva Company members and Ohad Naharin at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. While in Israel Hope had the privilege of taking Ballet, Modern, Contemporary, Improvisation, and Gaga classes and workshops as well as learning advanced repertory from esteemed companies such as Bat Sheva, Vertigo, Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company, and Fresco. Hope also taught Yoga while she was studying abroad and has taught classes in Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Greece, and the US. Hope wants to bring back everything she learned and experienced dancing and teaching in several different countries to provide students with the discipline, technique, and support and encouragement to dream big and reach those dreams. The most important thing to Hope as a teacher is to never stop learning. Because of this she has been able to fuse her dance and Yoga training with her knowledge of anatomy and Western and Ayurvedic nutrition to create diverse, energetic and creative classes. Hope’s personal mantra for life is “Let your curiosities be greater than your fears.” and hopes that her passion for movement can inspire her students to be curious and free in her classes and beyond.