Emily Jeanne is a tap dancer and content creator living in New York City. She has been tap dancing since she was two years old. Emily has performed in over a dozen regional musical theatre productions and toured the country on three Broadway national tours. Emily was the tap dance professor at Wagner College on Staten Island. She choreographs tap dance routines for studios throughout New Jersey. Emily has a passion for choreographing tap dance and sharing tap dance with her social media community.
Why is Sprung Flooring important to you?
A sprung tap floor is the only kind of dance floor a tap dancer should be performing on. The wood quality of O’Mara floors gives the taps a nice clear sound while you are tap dancing. The sprung floor allows you to protect the health of your knees and ankles while you are tap dancing.
Why do you love O'Mara Sprung Floors?
The main reason I love the O’Mara Sprung Floor is because it is portable. You can fold up your tap floor and bring it anywhere with you!
Emily made it to Vegas on Season 9 of So You Think You Can Dance. Emily toured the country as Jennyanydots in the musical Cats, choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler. Emily was a company member of the Shelly Oliver Tap Dancers in Allentown, Pennsylvania.