Meet the Staff

Carla Bellucci – Director and Choreographer

Carla grew up in Sea Isle City and studied dance locally throughout Cape May County until graduating from OCHS.

She then attended Rutgers College of Pharmacy and continued her dance education at college as well as with local studios in the New Brunswick and New York City area.

After college, Carla returned to the Jersey shore where she has owned and operated a successful dance center for 30 years. She then expanded to Burlington County where her thriving business is currently located in Crispin Square in Marlton.

Carla’s passion for dance combined with her love and patience for teaching children are the keys for her success.





Stefanie – Dance Instructorstef-new

Miss Stefanie has been dancing for 28 years. She grew up at Dance Craze, and started assisting Miss Carla at age 13. Along with attending dance classes 5 days a week, Miss Stefanie expanded her skills to Ice Skating. She excelled and competed on the ice for many years. She pursued her love for the Arts by studying Ballet, modern, and jazz technique at Cedar Crest College, and was also a member of the college Step Team. Following that, she continued her education in Business Management at Rutgers University. Dance is such a huge part of Miss Stefanie’s life from teaching to dancing with the Eagles Cheerleaders, she can’t get enough!

Always continuing her Dance Education, Stefanie frequently attends Master Classes in Tap, Hip Hop, Jazz, Lyrical/ Contemporary, and Jazz. Stage presence and technique are Miss Stefanie’s main skills that she works hard to instill in her students! Passion and Dedication are such a big part of her teaching, and she loves seeing those qualities come to life in her students!




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