Linda Fabian

Linda started her competitive dance career in 1996 with her husband Joe, and enjoyed competing at venues all over the United States and Canada. They held several World Champion titles, and retired from the competitive dance world in 2011 after reaching the UCWDC Master Crown Division. After retiring, Linda continued to work on the circuit 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 three precious little kids, Halle, Camden and Emma. 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 taught at Dance Wyoming since then and really enjoy getting to share my passion for music and dance with kids of all ages.

Summer Whelchel

I was raised in Wheatland before moving to California at age 19, marrying my high school sweetheart Randy and starting a family. We wanted to return to Wheatland to raise our kids, Taran and Skylar, amongst family and in the wide open spaces, and have been back home for 20 years. I have worked with kids and music all my life, and have been very involved in our youth ministry and music programs at church. In 2006, I organized a song & hip hop dance troupe named IMAJN with the help of my sister Mira, and we attended multiple dance camps in California put on by the Word in Motion Dance Company. In 2011, Mira started teaching hip hop at Dance Wyoming with the help of my daughter Skylar. My youngest daughter Serenity started attending their hip hop class and once Skylar married and moved away in 2017, I was very happy to get to join the Dance Wyoming instructors to assist Mira in teaching hip hop.

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 many years and have 4 children.

Josephine Young

Josephine moved to Wheatland from Littleton, Colorado in October of 2014. 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 Country Western Dance Council.

Molly Cundall

Molly grew up in Wheatland and experienced a love of dance early thanks to Mrs. Judy Wilson, Wheatland’s very first dance teacher. Molly estimates she spent almost a decade learning from Mrs. Wilson, and later she was part of Dance Wyoming’s Ceili Dance classes. She has always loved Irish Ceili Dance because it gives her a chance to express her Irish heritage and its music, history, and beauty! Molly danced as a Ceili dancer for four years and is excited to bring it back to Dance Wyoming. Molly is married and has two children who grew up dancing at Dance Wyoming, and she has successfully home-schooled them from kindergarten to graduation! Molly is also a photographer and loves experimenting with that medium.

Jessica Schreiner

Jessica was born in Wheatland and moved with her family at an early age. She started dancing at the age of 8 and fell in love with ballet. She has enjoyed many different styles of dance such as ballet, point, lyrical, modern, jazz, tap, musical theater and tap. Jessica was always in the studio dancing and spent time at CSI/IDAA Summer Dance Camp Intensive in southern Idaho working with professional dancers and teacher. After an injury in high school she decided to not dance competitively and instead focused on getting her early childhood degree. She and her husband returned to Wheatland in 2015. She has an associate degree in Childhood Development, and a beautiful family. She is excited to share her love of ballet with little ones.

Melody Morford

Melody has lived in Wheatland since she was 8 years old and immediately signed up for tap classes. In addition to dancing with her class at her first recital, she did a partner dance with Joe Fabian and remembers it to this day. Melody has continued dancing and learning about dance through elementary, high school and at Central Wyoming College. She credits her excitement about dance to Stephani Madsen, her dance teacher from age 8 to high school graduation. In 2017 Melody received the studio’s “Dance spirit of the Year Award.” Melody lives in Wheatland with her husband and works at the North Platte Physical Therapy as a Rehabilitation Technician.

Amie Dziowgo

Amie started dancing at the age of four and has enjoyed it ever since. After high school in Lincoln, Nebraska, she continued her dance studies in all genres at the University of Nebraska. Tap has always been her favorite. Amie has a BS in Elementary Education, and a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction from South Dakota State University. At Dance Wyoming she was in the adult tap class and enjoyed performing with the group at recitals. She met her husband on the dance floor and today they have three children who are also learning to love dance. Amie and her family moved to Wheatland in 2016 and are enjoying being a part of the community.