Judy Mann is a multi-talented dancer, choreographer, and instructor. She performed and taught in the Denver area from 1976 to 1996. Judy owned her own studio in Denver and instructed for Stephens College, Red Rocks Community College, Ballet Arts Center, Smoky Hill High School, Miller Dance Studio, and has taught numerous workshops for colleges, high schools, and private studios.
She has choreographed for many shows, including the "Bob Hope Special," was a dance instructor for the cast members of "Phantom of the Opera," "National Tour," has been an honorary staff member of entertainment for the Governor of New Mexico, and was awarded one of the "Top 10 Tap Dancers" by Tri-Star Film Judges in a promotion for the movie "Tap." Judy performed for "Mid-America Dance Company" in New Mexico, Stephen's College Dance Company, Ballet Arts Denver, Jan Justis Dance Company, Denver, the Changing Scene, Denver and Munt-Brooks, Denver. She earned her BFA in dance from Stephens College in Missouri. Judy is currently a primary instructor, choreographer, and Board of Directors member of Mann Dance Academy, Inc. in Farmington, New Mexico.
We have danced for many local events including The Gateway Museum 4th of July celebration, the Ladies Christmas Lunch a San Juan Country Club, San Juan County Home Expo, Kids Festival at the San Juan County Fair, Christmas Celebration at Animas Valley Mall, a fundraiser for the Anasazi Foundation Sandstone Productions at the Farmington Civic Center.
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We are dedicated to developing beautiful young dancers from ages 3 to 20. We emphasize positive self-image, correct technique, physical strength and flexibility, self-expression through dance and an understanding of the art of dance. All dancers have the opportunity to perform in our annual recital. Students in the individual class levels are eligible to audition for lead roles in addition to their class dances and participate in our December performance of The Nutcracker. Older students have performance opportunities throughout the season including local shows and one out of town nationally adjudicated competition.
Fall classes begin the week of August 30, 2021