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Neal Klein - Studio Director
Neal has been dancing since 1979 and directing Dancing Feats since 1989. He has had successful careers as a competitive ballroom dancer, as a competitive swing dancer, and as an international instructor and performer. Neal also directs Swingin' New England Dance Festival. Since the beginning of his dance career Neal estimates that he has taught around twenty thousand people to swing dance. When not on the dance floor, he is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Lesley University in Cambridge MA.
Willow began dancing at the early age of two as a ballet dancer. She soon moved on to Jazz, hip hop, and modern dance, and later became a ballet instructor. She started dancing West Coast Swing in 2003 and began teaching at Dancing Feats in 2004. She teaches West Coast Swing and Night Club Two Step at Dancing Feats. She and Marc Levetin began a dance partnership in 2004, placing first at Summer Hummer's Club Challenge, first at Swingin' New England's Intermediate Strictly Swing, and second at New Year's Extravaganza Intermediate Just Dance. Since that early start, she's become a well-known figure on the West Coast Swing circuit. Willow co-directs the Swingin' New England Dance Festival with Neal.
Stephanie Levetin is Dancing Feats' newest staff member. Stephanie has a successful competitive background in County/Western dancing, having competed and placed in various Pro/Am and Line Dancing competitions up and down the East Coast. Stephanie is currently a national competitor in the West Coast Swing dance circuit. Stephanie's teaching style emphasizes proper technique, styling, and having fun both in the classroom and on the dance floor. She believes that "learning is better when you have fun!" When not dancing her nights away, Stephanie is an Assistant Controller for Expressor Software in Burlington, MA. She is also an active Big Sister for Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
Marc Levetin has taught various kinds of social dance since 1997 and has been with Dancing Feats since 2000. He learned ballroom dancing in high school, picked up Lindy Hop in college, and is now a successful competitor in the national West Coast Swing circuit. Marc believes that dancing is a lot more fun if you can do a little bit of everything. His teaching style focuses on partner connection and musicality, and makes liberal use of his patent-pending sense of humor. When he's not teaching dance, Marc is product support for Buildium, #1 in online property management software. He also spends an unhealthy amount of his time trying to teach his guinea pigs how to triple-step.