Joe and Linda Fabian

Joe and Linda started their competitive dance career in 1996, and enjoyed competing at venues all over the United States and Canada. They hold several World Champion titles, and retired from the competitive dance world in 2011 after reaching the UCWDC Master Crown Division. Today they continue to work on the circuit, Joe as a judge and Linda as a Floor Coordinator.

Mira Taylor

I was born and raised here, am married to the love of my life, Nick, and we now have two precious little kids, Halle and Camden. I grew up loving music and was blessed to travel around the country and world with the Continental Singers from '05-'08. After which I helped my sister start a youth song and dance group called I.M.A.J.N. and we had lots of fun performing around town for several years. I have also had the privilege of going to multiple summer urban dance camps in California taught by the Word In Motion Dance Company. In 2011, I was inspired to bring good clean hip hop fun back home to Wheatland kids. I have now taught hip hop at Dance Wyoming for a few years and really enjoy getting to share my passion for music and dance with kids of all ages.

Stephani Madsen

I moved to Wheatland in 2003 and began teaching dance in 2005. I have been in dance since age 5, always loving Tap over all classes. I also teach Dazzle which performs at high school football and basketball events.

Ton Winter

Ton Winter has a degree in dance performance from Ball State University in Indiana. She is trained in ballet, jazz, modern and musical theatre dance. She has both danced and choreographed for professional and community musical theatre productions. She and her husband Lincoln have lived in Wheatland for 11 years and have 4 children.

Courtney Welch

Hey girls (and parents)! I'm Coach Courtney and am very excited to meet the team and their parents on September 15th at the first practice. A little about myself, I am a new mommy to a darling two month old little girl, Aleia, who you will get to meet at practice (maybe even teach her a few cheers over the months we spend together). I used to dance hip-hop, ballet and jazz combined, I did a little pom dance here and there, mainly for parades and sporting events. Overall, I have about 8 years of dance experience. I look forward to having fun with you young ladies, coaching you and teaching you little life lessons along the way (don't look at the bad things happening- there's always something to cheer about)!

Josephine Rausch

Josephine moved to Whatland in October of 2014, with her fiancé Dan, from Littleton, Colorado. She started swing dancing in 2005, and by 2008 was competing in Lindy Hop, traveling all over the United States. In 2012 she took an internship with Fred Astaire Ballroom Studios. She learned, taught and performed in Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango, Rumba, Cha-Cha, east coast swing and Salsa. She is currently actively competing and traveling for the United County Western Dance Council.

Amanda Fry

We’re so happy to have Amanda back in Wheatland. Many of you will remember “The Fry Sisters” who competed for years at Stars of Tomorrow. In January, after getting settled in to her new job at the newspaper, she will start beginning Irish Step for children age six and up. Watch for it!