November 11th & 12th Sevierville, TN Xtreme Convention


Thank You for an AWESOME Weekend...see you next year!



Aaron Burr is a tap dancer from South Carolina. He's taught at NYC's Broadway Dance Center, Showstopper Dance Conventions, Joffrey Ballet School’s Musical-Theatre Summer Intensive, Broadway Artist Alliance, Bold Dance Project, and more! Credits include A Celebration of Cole Porter featuring Harry Connick, Jr (Broadway), Tap Dogs (International Tour), Dr. Dolittle featuring Tommy Tune (National Tour), and Rhythmic Circus: Feet Don’t Fail Me Now (National Tour). Burr has also been seen tap dancing on NBC’s World of Dance, NBC’s America’s Got Talent, and ABC’s Good Morning America.

Sally Glaze Burr is a professional dancer based out of South Carolina. She received her Bachelors in Performing Arts degree from Oklahoma City University and is currently completing her Masters in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology from the University of Florida.  Sally's performance credits include: Broadway workshop, Stilyagi, National Tour of Dirty Dancing. Regional Credits: Paint Your Wagon, Oklahoma, Monty Python's Spamalot, An American in Paris, Will Rogers Follies, and Singin in the Rain. Concert/Benefits: Muny Centennial Gala, Omaha Symphony. Aside from live theatre, Sally had the opportunity to work on the TV series, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel on Amazon Prime and Vinyl on HBO. Sally is currently on faculty at Endless Talent, and Ultimate Dance Tour, and Dance Machine conventions and is a professional judge for Stage One, Endless Talent, Ultimate Dance Tour, Dance Troupe Inc, and Carolina Dance Masters of America, and Encore dance competitions. She is also a Choreographer and Teacher across the East Coast. Sally was a Dance Professor in the Theatre Department at Coastal Carolina University (CCU), as well as a Fitness Trainer at CCU, and is a Barre fitness trainer. She is also a Certified Plant-Based Health Coach with the Dr. Sears Wellness Institute.

Daniel Browning is the Creator and CEO of Dance 2 Inspire and the Unleashed Convention. He has been featured on So You Think You Can Dance and NBC Dancing with Myself and has worked with artists all over the country, dancing, choreographing, and directing. He has recently launched Augusta University’s first dance team Jag Elite and was a dance finalist for Spread The Cheer’s Cheer Choice Awards in Las Vegas. He’s worked with Leon Lee (Beyoncé, Ciara, Beth Spangler from The Voice), Stevo Jones (Lyndsey Sterling, Step Up, Lloyd), and He has been featured in many commercials and feature films such as Baywatch, Baby Driver, and Harley Davidson. His passion is to empower the younger generation, providing resources and opportunities that he never had. Daniel is a favorite in the ANDC Family and known not only for his exciting classes but the inspiration he projects to every dancer he has in his classes.

Caitlin Elledge born and raised in Greenville, South Carolina, Caitlin has trained from a very early age in many different styles of Dance including Ballet, Jazz, Hip-hop, Contemporary, Musical theatre, modern, Pointe, Tap, Improv, and Latin ballroom.  Growing up a Competitive Dancer, Caitlin has won many scholarships and titles.  She has trained at her mother's Studio and started student teaching at the age of 15. Upon graduating Caitlin started her career as an Artistic Director and Choreographer at her home Studio.  She hold multiple regional and national choreography awards and has led many students, soloists and teams to national titles.  Caitlin has choreographed and taught master classes for multiple studios and is a favorite convention instructor and Judge with The ANDC Family.   Caitlin has studied herself with top industry professionals as she says that the learning never stops.  She heavily focuses on Contemporary/Fusion, Improv Techniques, Hip-Hop, and Latin Ballroom.  When Caitlin is not teaching, dancing, or judging, she enjoys spending her time hiking and cooking with her 2 children.

Lyndsay Loveland is a mom of two little boys and has been married to her wonderful husband for 20 years. She attended East Carolina University where she majored in Dance Education.  She has been teaching dance for over 20 years from New York to Alabama with a focus on Jazz, Contemporary and Functional Technique.  Lyndsay trained with Paula Morgan, Progressing Ballet Technique and many others to hone her teaching style over the last 22 years.  She danced professionally for Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Paramount and the Special Olympics.  Lyndsay owned her studio in North Carolina for 14 wonderful years before moving to Florida last year. Lyndsay now lives next door to Mickey Mouse, teaches dance, tours with Dance Machine and shares Disney magic on her blog, Dancing to Disney!  Lyndsay is also a Functional Nutrition Counselor and loves to share with dancers how to fuel their bodies for optimal performance!

Brittany Hurst was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She began her formal dance training under the master teachers Louise Mandel and Sheila Rozzane at the former Pacific Dance Academy. At the young age of 16 she moved to Chicago to further pursue her dance career. During her time in Chicago she danced many Balanchine ballets including Agon, Concerto Barocco, Divertimento No 15, Rubies, Serenade, Square Dance, Stars and Stripes, Square Dance, Walpurisnacht, and Who Cares.   She also performed several contemporary works.   In Chicago she began her teaching career, she has been teaching students of all ages over the past 10 years. Her students have been accepted into many prestigious summer programs and full year programs  with scholarships including Royal Ballet, Royal Danish Ballet, School of American Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, American Ballet Theater, Ballet West, Boston Ballet, Miami City Ballet, and many more.  She has also been a private ballet coach for dancers all across the county and has coached several dancers that have competed and placed in Youth American Grand Prix. Brittany strives to create an upbeat, challenging, and positive environment where every dancer sees improvement at the end of each class.