Lainie Munro is a New York-based director, choreographer, and performer. Her directing/choreography credits include and episode of "Hope & Faith" starring Kelly Ripa, Oklahoma! starring Rue McClanahan for the Broadway Series of Charlotte NC, " Das Barbecu " in Denver, "Crazy for You" for FSU's Mainstage, and regional productions of " Seven Brides.. .", "Barnum ", "Grand Hotel" , "My Fair Lady" , and "Joseph...Dreamcoat" . Her directing credits included "Great Day" for the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., "Cabaret" for Weathervane Rep, "That's Entertainment" and "Swing Time" , two new revues she created for Cunard's Queen Elizabeth 2, a staged reading of "Rainbow" at CAMI Music Hall in New York, Regionally she has performed as Velma in " Chicago ", Diana in " Of Thee I Sing ", Kristine in " A Chorus Line ", and Phyllis on the european tour of " 42nd Street " She also co-starred with Brian Welch on an episode of "The Movie Break" for TBS and was featured in Invitation to the Dance : A Gala Celebration with the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall,

In addition to her work as a director, choreographer, and performer, Lainie also has an extensive teaching career and is a frequent guest artist for master classes in Musical Theatre on both the East and West coasts. She taught Broadway Theatre Dance for the Musical Theatre Intensive Program at NYU's C.A.P. 21 Conservatory. Currently she is on the Theatre Dance and Tap faculty at the Broadway Dance Center in New York, where she is also the Artistic Director of "The Broadway Big Brother/Big Sister Program," a program she created in 2001 that pairs Broadway dancers with aspiring young performers, giving them an opportunity to work together through rehearsals and performances. Lainie was selected as a finalist for the 2003 Woman's Day Magazine Awards, "Women That Inspire Us," for her work with The Broadway Big Brother/Big Sister Program. Munro also holds a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from Florida State University.

Barbara Duffy is "One of the most inventive tappers around today," said
Gregory Hines. Barbara's performance highlights include, "The Gregory Hines
Show," featured dancer, actor and choreographer, "Gala For The President,"
performing with Gregory Hines before President and Mrs. Bill Clinton, and dance captain of Brenda Bufalino's American Tap Dance Orchestra. Barbara performs
regularly as a featured soloist across the United States and overseas, including
London's Queen Elizabeth Hall, where she was hailed as a "riveting performer" by the Independent. Barbara Duffy & Company, her own company of all women tappers, is currently touring their concert, Stages , which is being developed into a full-length theatrical production. A highly sought after teacher, Barbara
has taught at workshops and festivals in 15 countries. Barbara is based in New
York City, where she teaches regularly at Broadway Dance Center. Her greatest
inspirations are Leon Collins and Brenda Bufalino.