Makenzie Crane is a third-generation dancer and teacher, and is proud to keep the tradition of a family of dancers alive into the 21st century. Makenzie trained at her mother’s dance studio in Pennsylvania as well as North Carolina School of the Arts, Interlochen Arts Center in Michigan, Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts, River North Chicago and Broadway Dance Center in New York City, where she was on full scholarship. Performance credits include: Jammin’ Gold Dancer, Tap Team II, ASH Contemporary Dance, DRA’s Remember Project, “The Best of…” and Broadway Dance Center’s Performance Outlets. While living in New York, Makenzie served as a sound technician and lighting designer for various performances throughout the city. Makenzie has taught and choreographed for numerous schools and companies, and taught for the children’s program at Broadway Dance Center. Makenzie’s students have won both regional and national competition titles, as well as college dance scholarships. Makenzie holds a degree in Health and Physical Education from West Chester University.