Sarah Rorabeck (CAEA, ABATD, Adv. Dip MT-Performance, PAA, ADA)
Certified Competition Adjudicator: Tap; Musical Theatre; Jazz; Acro Dance
Sarah Rorabeck has 13 years of experience educating children ages 3-18 in dance. As a teacher who still works with recreational, part-time and full-time competitive students, she is well versed in all genres, and specializes in Tap, Musical Theatre and Jazz. Currently, Sarah works full-time choreographing award-winning competitive pieces in all genres and putting students through their BATD examinations in Tap, Jazz, Modern and Acro.
Sarah Rorabeck is a graduate, with honours, of Sheridan’s prestigious Music Theatre Performance program, where she extensively studied dance, vocal and acting. She holds her Associate level teacher’s membership in the BATD in both tap and jazz, and is an accredited adjudicator through Judge Alliance’s PAA program. She is also a founding member of the Acro Dance Adjudicator (ADA) program. She is a member of the CAEA and has performed professionally in several musicals at Neptune Theatre (NS), the Charlottetown Festival (PEI) and TIFT (Ont) with some film and television work thrown in the mix.
Sarah is very passionate about dance education, specifically teaching clean and safe technique and exploring performance styles within different genres. She has won several ‘Best Choreography’ awards, specifically for her Tap and Musical Theatre work. Currently she teaches 6 days a week at Chrome Dance Centre in Oshawa, Ont. She strongly believes dance teaches such incredible life lessons, and she is thrilled to be able to pass on her knowledge to today’s brave and passionate dancers.