INSTRUCTOR AND OWNER
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.