Kim Delalla Greenlaw is a 1992 Cum Laude graduate of Bridgewater State University with a BS in Education. Previously she was a dance instructor for six years at the Shirley Matta Dance Academy. In 1987, Kim was one of the top ten dancers at the Joe Tremaine Dance convention in New York City, and was chosen to tour Europe with the Saint Germaine Dance Troupe. Kim’s laurels include awards in pageants and competitions such as Junior Miss Dance, Adult Miss Golden Girls Talent America, and Miss cape-Wide.
Performing is several musicals including playing the lead role of “Connie” in “A chorus Line”, Kim also entertains elderly and handicapped citizens. She has danced in numerous charity events and is involved in the Children’s Happiness Foundation.
Cheerleading and teaching through the local school systems are more of her accomplishments. Previously, Kim choreographed the musical “Anything Goes” at Falmouth High School. Currently, Kim choreographs for the Falmouth High School Choir Group and the Miss Cape Cod Dancers.
Kim has been on the committee for the Miss Cape Cod Scholarship Pageant since 1995. Kim has judged numerous local and state pageants and dance competitions, while also participating in many local and national dance conventions for the latest dance innovations. In addition, she continues to choreograph award-winning routines for many dance competitions. A member of the Greater Brockton Dance Teachers’ Association for ten years, Kim specializes in teaching dance for children from age 2 through adult. She enjoys spending her free time with her husband, Arthur, son Richie and daughter Chandler.

The Falmouth Dance Academy has been well established in Falmouth for the past twenty-three years and is the largest dance studio in the Falmouth area. Many of her former students have pursued their study of dance through college, a great number winning full scholarships to their school of first choice.

Contact cell number is 774-836-2036.


He grew up in Worcester, MA where he started dancing competitively at the age of six. His dance training mainly focused on Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Tap, and Acrobatics. While dancing competitively, Robby won numerous first place awards as well as regional and national titles. Robby graduated from Dean College and received a Bachelors of Art in Dance.

Along with being an accomplished dancer, Robby is also recognized as an accomplished dance teacher and choreographer. Robbys choreography has been showcased all over New England including Boston Contemporary Dance Festival and the World Dance Championships in New York City. Robby was recently awarded “Excellence in Choreography” at the World Dance Championships FINAL FIVE for his routine “Bird Box”. Robbys students have gone on to perform with Major League sports dance teams as well as receive winning top place awards and many scholarships. Robby hopes to motivate and inspire all his students through his love and knowledge of dance.


She grew up in Boston, MA where she started dancing at the age of two and her dance training focused on Acrobatics, Contemporary, Hip-hop, Jazz, Tap, and Ballet. While dancing competitively, Hayley won numerous first-place awards as well as regional and national titles.

Hayley recently graduated with honors from Dean College, where she earned a BA in dance and was also part of the National Society of Leadership and Success and Cum Laude. She was also a contestant for Miss Massachusetts USA, along with being in the 2018 movie, “Chappaquiddick”

Hayley will continue with her love of dance by teaching and choreographing for numerous studios across Massachusetts, as well as performing at the home games and attending promotions for the Boston Cannons Lacrosse team.


She was a former dance of Falmouth Dance Academy for 10 years and a competition dancer for 7 years. Chelsea taught classes for 6 years. After graduating from Falmouth High School in 2010, she attended Bridgewater State University through May of 2015. She was a four-year varsity athlete for the BSU Women’s Volleyball team and a member of the BSU Dance Company for three years. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Adapted Physical Education with a minor in Psychology and a concentration in Motor Development Therapy. Chelsea pursued and earned her Master of Education degree at Boston University in Physical Education and Coaching in May of 2016.

Chelsea continued to teach dance classes. She taught at Shirley Matta Dance Studio of Brockton, Massachusetts, and Matta Dance Extension of Bridgewater, Massachusetts. After graduation, Chelsea returned to the FDA staff in 2015.

Chelsea is currently a teacher in Falmouth Public Schools.


Grace is a 22-year-old student of Southern New Hampshire University majoring in business. She has been dancing since the age of four and has danced competitively for eight years. Grace trains in all forms of dance, but especially enjoys ballet, jazz, contemporary, lyrical and acro. She has won numerous awards including regional titles and choreography. She recently competed in the Miss New Hampshire 2021 pageant and won preliminary and overall talent as well as placing in the top 5. Grace has performed at venues ranging from Faneuil Hall to local auditoriums across New England and has held many lead roles such as Clara and the Sugar Plum Fairy.


I’m 28 years old and I grew up in Falmouth, Massachusetts. I started dance at the age of 2 at Falmouth Dance Academy and have remained here since. I have done all of my dance training with Miss Kim and danced competitively with her from about 9 years of age until I was 18. I have been teaching for her ever since.

I got married in 2012 and I had my daughter in 2013. She as well dances here and started when she was 1. My hope as a dance teacher is to inspire every child that comes into my dance room and make their learning experience as fun as it is beneficial.


From Falmouth, I graduated from Fitchburg State University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science degree and teaching license in Elementary Education.

I started dancing at Falmouth Dance Academy at 18 months old. I assisted Kim Greenlaw in teaching dance classes starting at the age of 13. Upon graduating from high school I continued to dance at Fitchburg State University. I took classes at the advanced level, taught classes at all levels, and served on the Fitchburg State University Dance Club Executive Board.

My goal as a dance teacher is to help my students learn more about dance as both a sport and an art form while having fun and exercising. My initiative is for my students to see me as a trusted coach, mentor, and role model.


I’m nineteen years old and I have been dancing for seventeen years. I trained at Erin Rae’s School of Dance and I am now attending Dean College to continue my training studying as a dance major.