Meet Your WWLA 2019 Instructors

We are excited to announce the following instructors for Wrangler Weekend Los Angeles, 2019! Each individual listed below has many years of experience in the art of dance and is excited to share their knowledge with you. Please keep checking back in the coming weeks as this list is not comprehensive as of yet.

 
 
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Jeremy Box

Jeremy Box of Thousand Oaks, California, has taught American Smooth & Rhythm, International Standard & Latin, Argentine Tango, West Coast Swing, and Country Two-Step for over 25 years. Jeremy has entered competitions in all styles and received numerous awards for his performances. He has instructed at the Country Dancing Festival Sundance Stompede in San Francisco, California and this will be his 4th year teaching at WWLA. 


 
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Annemarie Dunn

Annemarie Dunn has 30+ years experience as a studio owner/director, instructor, choreographer, & performer in multiple dance styles for all ages including the development & integration of adaptive/therapy programs for special needs.  Annemarie is the founder of Word In Motion Dance Company servicing Southern California community programs for 25+ years, National & International programs, 5 yrs Stagecoach Honky Tonk Productions Program Director/Dance Captain & Cross-promotions lead, Lead instructor for Water Wheel & Mavericks, Norco, Sixth St Bar & Grill, Ontario and previous program director & lead instructor for Brandin Iron Saloon and  Toby Kieth’s Bar & grill.  Annemarie is highly sought for her motivational, energetic & personable teaching style & management experience.

 
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Troy Inman

Troy Inman of San Diego, California has been performing, choreographing, and teaching for over 25 years in country-western, ballroom, and theatre arts. Also the co-founder of 'Contact Dance Theatre- Unstrictly Ballroom’, Troy is an aerialist specializing in the “silks” and loves to share his passion for partner acrobatic yoga.  When not dancing, cross-fitting, or hanging upside-down, Troy is an executive at a global marketing technology company. This year, Troy is also participating in AIDS Life Cycle. A charitable event organized to fund research and help those battling AIDS and HIV. To view his donation page, click the button below!

 
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Brian King

Brian hails from New York City where he started the dancer's journey over 20 years ago. He studied many styles including Country Two-Step, several forms of Swing, Hustle and Latin; but his fast favorite became West Coast Swing.  He has danced WCS competitively and socially as both a lead and follow, and has been on the board of New York's premier WCS organization, Gotham Swing Club, for over 10 years hosting events, teaching and DJ'ing. Brian is also a regular at New York's Big Apple Ranch where you will often find him dancing with The Manhattan Prairie Dogs.  Brian is excited to join the WWLA team this year to share his knowledge and joy of dance. 

 
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Jonno Leberman

 

Michael Metzger

More information and photo to follow!

 
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Sheila Schlicht

Sheila started tap dancing as a child and has not stopped moving her feet since. Calling Sundance Saloon in San Francisco home, she found a great dance venue in which to lead and follow. She teaches both partner and line dancing throughout the Bay Area. Sheila also keeps busy as a member of the Country Dance group, The Sundance Bandits; performing at Sundance Stompede, the Emerald City Hoedown and IAGLCWDC (IggleWiggle). Her other dance passion for the last 16 years has been clogging, currently dancing with Clogging Express. She is excited to be joining the Wrangler dance community for the first time as an instructor this year at WWLA.

 

Joey Warren

More information and photo to follow!