Rhythm Energy Dance, Drama & Singing School
All Classes held at:
Shireway Community Centre
Erin: (+44) 07787 234 254
Monday to Friday 10.00am to 5.00pm
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|Erin Cacacie - Principle/Owner||Dance|
|Kirstie Hill||Treasurer & Secretary|
|Georgia Gee||Street Dance|
|Alice Iles||Singing, Tap & Musical Theatre Teacher|
|Liam Andrews||Drama, Voice & Movement Teacher|
Erin Cacacie –
BA Hons in Dance and Sports Studies
Teaching degree in post 16 - education- PGCE FE.
BBO Ballet Teacher
IDT Jazz & Contemporary Dance Associate
Erin has been teaching Dance and Physical Education for 12 years, She has a 100% pass rates in the UK at GCSE & A'Level Dance as well as in New Zealand teaching NCFE Dance. Erin is also a qualified British Ballet Organisation Teacher and teaches BBO Ballet. Erin also has New Zealand Association of Modern Dance teaching qualifications in Jazz, Contemporary and HipHop. Erin gained her BDAF Jazz Associate in July 2013 with a distinction grade. In June 2014 - Erin transferred her Jazz Association qualification to the Independent Dance Teachers, where she holds an associate in Jazz and Contemporary Dance. Erin has an up to date DBS, is first aid qualified (although she hates the sight of blood) and holds current public liability insurance. In January 2017, Erin will be taking her Contemporary Teachers Exams with iD and Ryan Jenkins.
September 2013, Erin started a partnership with Yate International Academy offering GCSE Dance & A'Level Dance at YIA Campus. In September 2014 to August 2015- Erin taught GCSE Dance at Abbeywood & Bradley Stoke Community School. Erin currently works as a supply teacher within the Bristol and Bath areas teaching PE and Dance.
Erin has created a unique style of choreography and specialises in Lyrical Dance. Erin likes to offer a range of styles from Bollywood to Ballet, Jazz to Contemporary. Her classes are fun, energetic and challenging. Erin believes that performing arts is way to express yourself and gives young people the chance to develop confidence and transferable skills.
Erin has had experience choreographing and producing shows in the UK & New Zealand. She has worked on Grease, West Side Story, Back to the 80's and The Wiz (twice). Erin has written two productions for REDDS, REDDS Summer Rhymes and our recent REDDS Nativity. She has attended a Progression Ballet Workshop and also work-shopped with Rebecca Davis and Ashi Ross. Rebecca is a leading dance practitioner from Australia to learn new ways to develop technique, strength and flexibility. She also took part in the Pirouette turning workshop where she learnt valuable skills and techniques. Erin is always looking to develop new ideas in teaching so that she can make her students great dancers that are employable within the performing arts industry.
HND Performing Arts
Alice first started dancing aged 4 and hasn’t stopped since. Growing up she spent her time in dance classes to learn as many styles as she could which allowed her to take part in many performance opportunities. She has performed in her home city of Bristol for many amateur dramatics companies in venues such as the Bristol Hippodrome and Bath Forum and also had the chance to dance at the O2 in London.
She has just finished three years of professional training at the Liberatus School of Performing Arts where she studied all styles of dance, from Ballet to Commercial, with teachers such as Voyd, Mandy Montanez and John Partridge. The school also gave her the chance to shine in her passion for choreography, having choreographed Musical Theatre, Lyrical and Commercial pieces for her graduate showcase.
Most recently Alice has taught Musical Theatre teacher for drama schools across the country and during this time she has had opportunities to direct and choreograph shows such as Beauty and the Beast and The Sound of Musicals at the Bristol Hippodrome. She also teaches masterclasses in various dance styles including Commercial, Jazz, and Lyrical.
As well as teaching, Alice also performs as part of Little Mix tribute band, Little Re-Mixx.
3 year Acting Diploma specialising in Acting, Voice and Movement
2 year Acting and Sports Diploma
Experience in Acting
FA Level 1 and 2 coaching with Youth Modules 1 and 2
Current DBS and First Aid Qualified
Liam joined REDDS in January 2016 as the new Drama and Voice coach. Liam did his degree at Bath Spa where he also worked as an extra in Eastenders as well as other TV and Theatre work. He has performed in the Crucible and loves doing accents. He is a very physical practitioner and uses movement, voice and acting as an interwoven web of all 3 disciplines. He has a fun approach to teaching and the students love his style and personality.
Liam also runs his own football club and is head coach. His club has a South American Theme and dance and movement is featured heavily within the football club. Even the name is South American Futbol Development 1st.
Liam also works as a supply teacher within the Bristol and Bath areas teaching PE.
Marianne is a circus coach with a background in youth circus. She specialises in tumbling, partner acro, handstands, and tight wire as well as having basic skills in trapeze and double trap. She has taught classes ranging from 5yrs old to adults and total beginners to advanced specialisation. Marianne has been teaching on youth circuses for 15 years and is currently teaching the Btec Acro and Tumbling at Circomedia. She has a gymnastics background and have my first aid course and level one coaches course (issued in Australia)