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2019-2020 season schedule

Check out our schedule for the coming season!  To register, email fearlessdancenw@gmail.com with your child's name, age, and what classes you'd prefer.  You will recieve an invoice for a registration fee of $30 (per family) and as soon as that is paid, your spot will be secure! Register today...classes are filling quickly!

_revised_ 2019-20 schedule (pdf)


Alicia Coburn INSTRUCTOR

 Born here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Alicia has been performing on stage her whole life. Introduced at the age of 3, she has developed incredible skill, passion for all styles, and became an accomplished choreographer and Instructor. Training mainly with British Dancing Academy, she passed the well-established IADT exams every year in ballet and modern, usually with high honors, and has been choreographing, performing, and teaching ever since. As well as being involved in many plays including puppeteering, children's theater, and musical theater. Miss Alicia has written and performed her own soliloquies, starred in an independent film, received an award for her choreography, and has collectively performed on stage over 100 times. Sharing her passion and knowledge with others is a dream come true .  She is teaching hip hop, jazz, contemporary, ninja, and musical theater



 Dade Glaser started tap dancing at British Dancing Academy when he was four and started ballet when he was in 7th grade. In high school he trained at the Evergreen City Ballet in ballet, modern, and hip-hop preforming in many roles such as Russian, Arabian, and Caviler in The Nutcracker and Benno in Swan Lake. He also performed in Cinderella, and Giselle as well as other works created by Wade Walthall, and Kevin Kaiser. In 2006 he attended a summer intensive at Pittsburgh Ballet Theater. Dade was invited to be a company member of DASSDance, a contemporary company based in Seattle in 2008 and preformed "Fighting Water" in Bumbershoot '09 and Langston Hughes. Other shows with DASSDance include "Untitled 1982" preformed at Washington hall and toured to Manhattan NYC and "Tale of Ten Green". Dade has taught 2 years of ballroom dance at Arthur Murray dance studios, as well as various classes, performances, and choreography with Whidbey Island Dance Theater 2010-2016. Dade has taught dance classes since 2008 and is currently teaching with Dance Elite, Momentum Dance, and Fearless Dance also doing guest performances with other dance companies around the Pacific Northwest.  He is teaching jazz, hip hop, and tap with us!


Lauren Jorgensen INSTRUCTOR

 My name is Lauren Jorgensen. I am from Sequim WA and moved to the area a couple years ago. I am married to my awesome husband and together we have our new baby daughter and our big love able Doberman. I love to dance, hike, play on the beach, watch movies and eat French fries. Previously, I worked in the medical field, but recently I've started helping teach preschool and have been teaching creative movement at Fearless Dance NW for the past couple years. I love being a part of the kids' learning experiences and creating a fun environment for them to learn in. I love working with children and look forward so much to continue teaching the littles in Creative Movement!


Mandy Abernathy INSTRUCTOR

Aloha, I’m Mandy, and I am originally from Northern California, where I was chosen to train in classical ballet when I was only 3 years old.  For almost 12 years, I enjoyed performing with, and competing at, local, state and regional levels.  At 15, I decided to retire from professional training and instead enjoy dance for recreation.  I took jazz, tap, ballroom, line dancing, breakdancing, modern, and contemporary, but my favorite will always be ballet.  

I teach ballet, creative movement,  and STARS.



My name is Annie Dodd and I'm the mother of two spunky girls, one very sweet boy, and a crazy ragamuffin doggy. My husband is ultra hunky, ultra handy, and ultra supportive.  I adore kids, everything sweet, naps, reading, and parties.