Courtney Copper began dancing at the age of 3. She studied all styles of dance and won regional and national competitions.
After graduating high school, Courtney studied History Education/Dance at West Chester University. While in college, she performed with Brandywine Ballet and focused on continuing her teaching career while exploring opportunities to choreograph.
Following her graduation as Magna Cum Laude, she headed to NYC to begin auditioning. Over 15 years later, Courtney has had the opportunity to work with directors and choreographers from around the world. She kicked her legs as a Radio City Rockette in NYC and toured the USA with the National Tour of "Annie Get Your Gun," directed by Joey McNeely. Courtney was also a dancer, singer and dance captain for Royal Caribbean, Regent and Holland America Cruise Lines.
Along the way, she has taught students ages 2-18 in Pre-Ballet, Ballet, Pointe, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary/Lyrical and Musical Theater. Courtney has choreographed for recitals, competitions, performances, high schools, auditions and community events. She prides herself in sharing her passion for dance and creating a warm and supportive environment for all levels of performers.