Emily E. Tarallo has been dancing and performing for over twenty years. Originally from Manhattan, New York; she has spent most of her time in South Florida. A competitive dancer for all of her childhood, Emily became infatuated with the arts and everything that comes along with them. A top regional and national competitive dancer, she graduated and moved on to Florida State University, (c/o ’14) where she was a part of the prestigious dance team, Golden Girls, for three years. After serving as a team captain and also a co-choreographer, she began teaching dance classes at the age of 18.

Emily has traveled all over the country teaching master classes and is a resident teacher and choreographer at many competitive dance studios around Florida and Georgia. She has had the privilege of training with some of the best teachers in the world, such as: Ricardo Pena, Annette Gutches, Emily Shock, Mia Michaels, Travis Wall, Sheila Barker, Frank Hatchett, Doug Caldwell, Mark Meismer, and more.

A proud AEA member, Emily’s favorite place in the world to be is on stage. Some favorite professional regional credits include, Ariel More (Footloose), Choreographer,Cha Cha (Grease), Babette/Dance Captain (Beauty and the Beast), Bambi Bernet (Curtains), Girl in Green/Dance Captain (Singin in the Rain), Minnie/Margarita (West Side Story), Girl in the Water/Dance Captain (Big Fish), Hair, Tarzan and Rock of Ages, where she served as the Dance Captain and featured ensemble.

Emily is extremely passionate about this industry and can not imagine doing anything else. She believes strongly in the magic of theater and what it brings to her personally and professionally. Thank you for visiting and for supporting the arts!

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