2020 PAC Judges & Spring Workshop Faculty
Jacqueline Moschetta-Warren’s love for dance began at the age of three at her Mother’s studio. That love has never stopped.
She has been the owner and choreographer of Moschetta’s Performing Arts Center in Washington, PA for twenty seven years. She is also the Artistic Director at her Mother’s two studios.
Jacqueline has extensive training in all phases of dance. She has been a member of both Dance Masters of America and Dance Masters of Pennsylvania Chapter 10 since 1996. Jacqueline is on the board of Dance Masters of PA. She has choreographed many award-winning routines as well as numerous Opening numbers for DMP events and pageants. Jacqueline has traveled teaching Master classes at Conventions in all genres of Dance. She has enjoyed judging for Dance Masters of America’s National Title events and PAC competition’s, as well as judged and taught for the DMA regional’s. Jacqueline’s passion is choreography and she loved choreographing the Miss /Mr. Dance Opening number at New Orleans in 2017.
Jacqueline has performed in Pittsburgh’s production of “Crazy for You” as well as West Virginia’s Public Theatres’ “Crazy for You”, “Will Rogers Follies” and “Funny Girl”.
Jacqueline was the teacher of Miss Dance of America 2014. Miss Dance of PA 2016 and the choreographer of Mr. Dance of PA 2107. She has had numerous DMP Title holders . Jacqueline's choreography “Take me to Church “was performed on SYTYCD . Her students have been featured in many costume catalogs and commercials .
Jacqueline will never stop continuing her dance education and sharing her love for dance. She is very honored and excited to be judging this most prestigious event.
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Briana Bock grew up dancing in the Metro Detroit area since she was three years old. She's studied many different styles of dance including jazz, tap, ballet, hip hop, contemporary jazz, modern, waltz and jive. She began competing in the Dance Masters of Michigan Scholarship Competition in 2005 in the Junior Miss Dance Title Competition. Briana won Miss Dance of Michigan in 2010 and placed in the Top 10 Semi-Finalists at the 2010 Miss Dance of America Competition in San Antonio, Texas. Upon graduating high school, Briana went on to attend Grand Valley State University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Advertising & Public Relations and Dance. She appeared in Seasons 9 and 10 on FOX's So You Think You Can Dance, making it to the Las Vegas callbacks both years. In 2015, Briana began working as a dancer for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. Briana performed in Broadway-style production shows on board the cruise ships and travelled throughout Europe, the Middle East, South Asia and Eastern Asia. In 2017, she moved to Auckland, New Zealand for a year where she continued her dance career with Diamond Entertainment, performing in jazz, musical theater and Las Vegas-style production shows. Briana moved back home to Michigan in the beginning of 2019 and is currently a Detroit Lions Cheerleader. She is so happy to be back and working with the Dance Masters community and is looking forward to an exciting weekend together!
A California native, KC’s love for the arts began at a young age. KC grew up training classically in all genres of dance, gymnastics, and musical theatre singing and acting. He competed regionally and nationally and continued his training at Broadway Dance Center and STEPS on Broadway in New York City. KC has worked coast to coast in the commercial and theatrical industries of San Francisco, Los Angeles, New England, New York City, and regionally at theatres across the country. He was a founding member of RhetOracle Dance Company of Long Beach, CA and Nickerson-Rossi Dance of Long Beach, CA and Philadelphia, PA, and also danced for Odyssey Dance Theatre of Salt Lake City.
KC has toured with the North American Tour of Cats, internationally playing Chistery in the Broadway National Tour of Wicked, and was most recently seen in the pre-Broadway musical Tuck Everlasting. He has performed in shows along side John Lithgow, Justin Guarini, Lea DeLaria, Kathy Najimy, and Taylor Dayne, to name a few. KC can be seen in film & television airings of Disney’s High School Musical 3: Senior Year, The American Mall, Live From Lincoln Center, From Broadway With Love, PBS, the Property Brothers on HGTV, as well as in music videos for artists Danny Blu & Chrissi Poland. He can also be seen in commercials and print work for NBC’s Smash, Ford, MAC Cosmetics, O.C. Tanner, Ward’s Boxing Club, and Nokia, dancing backup for Nicki Minaj. KC currently resides with his husband in West Hartford, CT where he continues to pursue life on the stage and screen as an actor, singer, dancer, and choreographer in New York City and beyond.
has been involved in dance for over 30 years. After feeling comfortable enough with her knowledge of dance, she became co-owner of Planet Dance Center of the Arts in Summerville, SC, and has devoted the last 16 years to teaching at the studio.
She has been a member of Dance Masters of America for 15 years, and was honored to be elected as a National Area Director at the 2019 DMA National Convention. Brenna is also a member of The Cecchetti Council of America.
The immediate past president of her chapter, Southern Council of Dance Masters, Brenna is also the junior member director. She is the proud teacher of Petite Miss Dance of SCDM 2009, Mr Dance of America 2013, Mr Dance of America 2016, and Petite Miss Dance of SCDM 2017.
Her passion reaches into the community in various programs: co-director of the Student Talent Enrichment Program (STEP) for a local school district; director of a local middle school’s after school dance program; educator in special education for a local school district; and working in the communication and behaviors class specializing in children with autism using ABA. She is CPI certified and has become an advocate for children who are non-verbal.