Fun city? Check. Screaming fans? Check. Top-notch choreographers with resumes you want for yourself one day? Check plus. Meet the WorldStrides choreographers.
The choreographers we work with make all the difference to our dance and cheer programs and it’s easy to see why. Whether you are a small team from a tiny town or a large program with diverse styles, our dream team of instructors put their experience to work to create a cohesive, exciting, and fluid routine that relies on focus and skill – two things you have no matter where you are from.
Besides, every performer that steps out on to the field, or falls in line for a parade, wants the same thing, right? Work HARD. Go BIG. Be AMAZING. We deliver the person that leads the charge to make it happen. Meet our Choreographers.
Bonnie Story: Emmy Award winner. Bonnie Story has been partnering with us for years. Previous events include Alamo Bowl, Russell Bowl, Orange Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Holiday Bowl, and Liberty Bowl. This year, she will lead our Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade performance.
Mandy Moore: Two-time Emmy Award nominee. Mandy Moore is one of our all-time favorite instructors. Previous events include Indy 500 Parade, Orange Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Holiday Bowl, and Liberty Bowl. She is headed to Orlando this year for the Russell Athletic Bowl dance event.
Dee Caspary: As a teenager, Dee Caspary was backup dancer for New Kids on the Block. Previous events include the Orange, Sugar, and Liberty Bowls. You can catch Dee in San Antonio this December with our Alamo Bowl halftime show dancers and cheerleaders.
Luther Brown: Choreographer and Guest Judge for So You Think You Can Dance. Luther Brownhas instructed our Orange Bowl Master Classes in previous years, and this year he’ll take on our TaxSlayer Bowl cheerleading show!
Dustin Phillips: NBA dance team choreographer. Previous events include Alamo Bowl, Holiday Bowl, and Orange Bowl – this year, Dustin Phillips will join us for the dance and cheer event at the Holiday Bowl!
Rob Shultz: Acclaimed flash-mob choreographer. Previous events include Orange Bowl Master Classes and the Liberty Bowl. This Memorial Day Weekend Rob Shultz is headed to Indianapolis to lead our parade performers at the IPL 500 Festival Parade.
Excited to meet one of our beloved choreographers? Got a favorite you want to tell us about and why? Leave a comment and let us know!