was a great idea , but we have not pursued finding students. Currently we are just 3 retired ladies meeting on Friday mornings but WE ARE FIERCE !.If you are TAP -FLUENT call and ask about joining the fun.

We need info about YOU. Talking is best. Can You do that ? NO TEXTING Miss Ginny, but you can text Miss Starr. Ginny’s LAND LINE is 706-754-8498.

CALL or text STARR for more info (404) 444-5832

LOANER TAP SHOES AVAILABLE . Call to reserve yours. No Large Men’s shoes at this time. Sorry.

Starr Cody Pellerin,
a native New Yorker, is an accomplished dancer, choreographer, performer, terminologist and historian with over 50 years of experience teaching the Art of Tap.

She obtained her early dance and theatrical training from Luigi, Art Stone, Phil Black, Timmie Everett, Charles Kelley, Pepsi Bethel, the Herbert Berghof Studio, the La Mama Theatre Group, as well as majoring in Dance/Theatre Arts during her college years. 

She appeared in productions of “Little Me,” “Dames At Sea,” “The Fantastiks,” “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown,” “Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris,” “Cabaret,” “Cactus Flower,” “Once Upon A Mattress,” and “Music Man.” 

Her dance teaching career began at the age of sixteen for the Jan Martin Dance Studios, Long Island, NY. 

After relocating to Atlanta, GA, Starr continued to study with Tommy Sutton, Gary Harrison, Sandi Friedman and the Atlanta Tap Center. Together with her dance partner, Bobby Berkeley, she owned and operated Atlanta Charisma Dance Studio – Home of Berkeley’s Broadway Babies, a Pro/Am dancing troupe which performed and competed regularly in and around the metro area in arts festivals, industrials and were seen on People TV, WPBA and at Dance Masters of America National Conventions. It was during this time that she first met Ginny King.

While raising her family, Starr held an after school tap dance program, “Take It From The Top,” at the Atlanta International School where her son was a student, as well as teaching tap classes in her home studio in Midtown.

While briefly living in Saint Augustine, FL, she was dance captain and co-choreographer with the performing dance troupe, Matanzas Tap, and co-chaired the dance committee for Romanza Festivale of the Arts.

With her philosophy of “never stop learning,” Starr continues to attend tap classes at Dance 101 in Atlanta and at Steps on Broadway, Broadway Dance Center and American Tap Dance Foundation during her yearly visits back to New York.

Now happily enjoying life in the gorgeous mountains of NE Georgia, Starr is thrilled to be dancing again with Ginny King and looks forward to the excitement and reward of teaching tap in a new community. 

Her Tap Dancing With Starr instructional videos can be seen on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/user/StarrStyling/videosmimeco22