MacKenzie Greenwell bringing Tap, Hip Hop and Jazz to Inverness County

A Dance Extravaganza is happening in Inverness County this Christmas.  Visiting from Toronto, MacKenzie Greenwell will be sharing his dance talents in TAP, HIP HOP and JAZZ with dancers from Cheticamp to Port Hawkesbury and beyond.  He will be offering workshops the week of December 16 – 21, and will follow up with a house concert with Scott MacMillan and Brian Doyle on the 22nd at Laurel Browne’s.  Please take advantage of this special opportunity as we can learn from a Tap Fanatic and a special teacher of the many disciplines.

Here are some video clips of MacKenzie with his tap dance.          MacKenzie at the Clove and Hitch with Company Road in Port Hood in 2012.      MacKenzie with Toronto Rhythm Initiative in 2012 and the music of Ray Charles.          MacKenzie with the Tap Dogs in South Africa, he is in the yellow shirt at the beginning of the clips.


Tuesday, December 17 – Mabou – Strathspey Place Theatre

5:00 – 6:30    Tap Dance    – $15

6:30 – 8:00    Hip Hop        – $15

If taking both Tap and Hip Hop $25.  Please pay the day of the class.


Wednesday, December 18 – Mabou – Strathspey Place Theatre

5:00 – 6:00    Dance  Fun from 4-6 yrs           – $10

6:00 – 7:00    Boys Only Class       – $10

7:00 – 8:00    Tap Jam      – $10

8:00 – 9:00    Jazz       – $10.  No cost to the Port Hood Lyrical Jazz Class, this is their last class.

Please pay the day of the class.


Friday, December 20 – Mabou – Strathspey Place Theatre

5-8 pm Alternative Day if there is a snow challenge earlier in the week


Saturday, December 20 – Port Hawkesbury – SAERC Theatre

10 – 11:00      Tap and Hip Hop and Fun – 4-6yrs         – $10

11:00 – 12:30    Tap Dance       – $15

12:30 – 2:00      Hip Hop          – $15

If taking both Tap and Hip Hop $25.  Please Pay the day of the class.


MacKenzie Greenwell

A Performer, Choreographer, Instructor and Musician, MacKenzie Greenwell loves every aspect of the art and is dedicated to pushing boundaries and sharing the love of the dance. Steadily establishing himself as one of Canada’s most talented up and coming artists, In 2008 MacKenzie produced a fundraising show, raising three thousand dollars for the Cochrane Youth Association and The Africa Project. In 2010 he was one of twenty-six chosen to represent Canada and Tap as a part of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics opening ceremonies that was broadcasted to millions worldwide, and he also had the pleasure of being part of two North American Tours and most recently a South African tour with the internationally acclaimed show Tap Dogs! Look out for him in a city near you!




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