Frameworks Dance Studio Staff

  • Miss Jacquie

    Miss Jacquie’s passion for dance started when she was three years old and has grown up in the dance industry through the past twenty years. At the age of three, she danced recreationally until she was six and was given the opportunity to dance competitively. She continued to dance competitively for ten years with Star Maker School of the Performing Arts in Flemington, NJ. Through her competitive career, she won scholarships to NYC Dance Camps and was nationally ranked for three years straight as a Jazz and Acrobatics Soloist. Miss Jacquie has competed in various genres including: Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Pointe, Lyrical, Contemporary, Acrobatics, Hip Hop, Baton Twirling, Flag Corp, Modeling, Saber/Rifle Twirling, and Modern dance. Miss Jacquie continued her dance education into college by dancing with the ESU Dance Company and the Arts Program. She created various dance routines for basketball games, theater productions, and fall/winter/spring showcases. Through the past ten years, Miss Jacquie has worked with HealthQuest’s recreational and competitive program in Flemington, NJ. During the past three years of working with their competitive team, Q Dynamics Dance Company, her routines not only placed in Top Ten Overall during Regional Competitions, but placed in the Top Ten at Nationals for Solos, Duets, Trios, Groups, and Production routines; as well as, her choreography has won various awards during the Regional Competition Seasons. Within the three years of working with them, she has choreographed over twenty pieces that have won either First Place in their category or placed in the Top Ten Overalls. Since becoming an Alumni of North Hunterdon High School, Miss Jacquie has worked closely with their Dance Team and continues to grow their program for the years to come. Miss Jacquie is proud to be the founding owner of FrameWorks Dance Studio. She is eager to share her experience, knowledge, and instill the same passion for dance in her students that has driven her to follow her dreams as a choreographer and dance studio owner.

  • Mr. Tyree

    Mr. Tyree has been training and performing in various styles of dance for over 15 years. Throughout his career he has received numerous awards highlighting his talents. His professional credits include dancer/performer on Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America, West Side Story, and Hairspray to name a few. He has appeared in the movies Center Stage, and Clockers, as well as various music videos. He was a choreographer for the Cheer NY Dance Team and is still an active performer for many community theatre groups. Mr. Tyree is excited to be a part of the faculty at Frameworks Studio.

  • Miss Jenning

    Miss Jenning grew up in a little town named Pittstown, NJ. She began her dance training around the house to her mother’s music at the age of 3. When Miss Jenning was 5 her mom decided to give her real lessons beginning at the Star Maker School of the Performing Arts located in Flemington, NJ off of Rt. 31 South. Miss Jenning continued her training at Star Maker until she graduated high school in 2006. As a junior in High School, Miss Jenning had the chance to perform in the off-Broadway performance of “The Christmas Spectacular.” She was offered the lead role as the ice-skater in Central Park and as a snowflake; which took part on Pointe shoes. After graduating from North Hunterdon High School in 2006, Miss Jenning went off to Kutztown University of Kutztown, PA to continue her studies. She majored with Leisure and Sports Studies (also known as Sports Management), minored in Business and held a concentration in Dance. As a sophomore in college, Miss Jenning took place in the Lenhart Dance Company where she stayed as a company member until graduation. Her senior year, Miss Jenning was offered the Deane Lenhart Memorial Scholarship which is offered to the best dancer, most responsible and worthiest individual of the company. As a junior at Kutztown University, Miss Jenning auditioned for the professional company; danceEThOS. danceETHOS is held in Fogelsville, PA right outside of Trexlertown, PA. She is still currently going underway with them.

  • Miss Brianna

    Miss Brianna has been dancing competitively for multiple years. In her freshman year, she was accepted into North Hunterdon High School's Varsity Dance Team and has been dancing with them since. At numerous regional and national competitions, judge's awards have proved her strongest asset is her intense emotional connection. Miss Brianna received an invitation to be a part of Cathy Roe's Heart and Soul Dance Company after the judges witnessed her passionate performance. Along with that's, Miss Brianna has been invited to perform in Starbound's opening number at their Atlantic City Nationals, with the top ten competitive/elite soloists. Over the years, Miss Brianna has accepted judge’s awards at their nationals for her solo where only four were given out of the whole division. This whole journey has been driven by a love of dance that she's excited to continue at FrameWorks Dance Studio.

  • Miss Kristen

    Miss Kirstin is a current May 2017 graduate from James Madison University with a double B.A. degree in Dance and Communication Studies. Kirstin began dancing 19 years ago at Washington Rock Dance School, formerly known as Dance Express, in Warren and Dunellen, NJ. Throughout her training, Rau competed in jazz, modern/contemporary, and ballet as well as performed as a member of both Washington Rock Youth Modern Company and Washington Rock Youth Ballet Company. In high school Kirstin furthered her training once she was accepted into the Gifted and Talented dance program at Somerset Country Vocational and Technical School. Kirstin has been teaching dance since her junior year of high school and is currently expanding her teaching experience as she begins Grounded Kids Yoga training program, which will allow her to teach yoga to kids and teens. Throughout her college career Kirstin participated in a number of intensives in New York City, Seattle Washington, Charlotte North Carolina, and London England. Kirstin also spent a summer working as a development intern with the Vanessa Long Dance Company based out of New York City. As apart of The JMU dance program’s Contemporary and Associate Dance Ensembles, Kirstin was fortunate to receive the opportunity to both perform and choreograph each semester in college. Kirstin could not be more excited to be apart of Frameworks Dance Studio.

  • Miss Rebecca

    Rebecca grew up in Virginia, where she began dancing at the age of two and never stopped. She studied Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Pointe, Lyrical, and Ballet. Rebecca attended Virginia Commonwealth University where she received a BFA in Fashion Design, a minor in Fashion Merchandising, and a minor in Dance. While at VCU, she was introduced to forms of dance she hadn’t been exposed to before, such as Modern, Improvisation, African Caribbean, Flamenco, and different forms of Latin Dance. Her Latin Dance professor invited her to become a member of her company, the Latin Ballet of Virginia. Rebecca also began teaching at Pine Camp Richmond City Dance Program, an inner city dance school. It was there that she realized how much of a positive impact she could have on young peoples’ lives through the art of dance, just as dance had changed her life.

    Upon graduating, Rebecca moved to New York to follow her life long dream of living in the Big Apple. There she continued her dance education by taking classes and workshops at Steps on Broadway, Dance New Amsterdam, New Dance Group, Ailey Extension, and Roy Arias Studios.

    Rebecca now lives in Clinton, New Jersey, with her husband, Scott, and 2 children, Lucy and Evan. She has been teaching dance in New Jersey for the last eight years. She furthers her ongoing professional education by attending Associated Dance Teachers of New Jersey (ADTNJ) workshops, United Dance Merchants of America New Jersey (UDMA), and the Dance Teacher Summit in New York City.

  • Miss Tiffany

    Tiffany Dorflinger was born and raised in Annandale, New Jersey and has been dancing since the age of three. Growing up she trained in various genres of dance at various studios including Broadway Bound Dance Center, Bach Ballet, Academy of Dance Arts, and the Peter Smith School of Irish Step. Throughout her time at these studios she was a member of the Bach Ballet Company, competed with the Peter Smith School of Irish Step, and earned herself a spot competing with Broadway Bound dance center’s competition company, The Force. She received the highest achievement awards at numerous competitions including StarQuest, Starbound National Talent Competition, and National Dance Showcase, to name a few. Tiffany performed at TD Bank Ballpark with both Broadway Bound Dance Center and the Academy of Dance Arts. Also during her time with Academy of Dance Arts she was invited to perform in a showcase at Disney World, Florida. Overall Tiffany’s repertoire includes ballet, pointe, tap, modern, jazz, hip-hop, contemporary, musical theatre, and Irish step. Her pre-professional dance career began at Raritan Valley Community College in 2012 where she double majored in dance and health science. She has contributed both as a choreographer and a dancer to the RVCC Student Dance Concerts every semester. In 2013, she was a member of the Raritan Valley Dance Ensemble, the college’s touring company that brings the magic of the stage to senior centers and K-8 schools. Tiffany has attended and performed at the New England Region American College Dance Festival for the past two years running. She continues to expand her horizons by attending frequent workshops and intensives. Her favorite is a yearly winter intensive under the direction of Randy James. Here she participates in daily modern technique classes with esteemed choreographers such as Christian Von Howard, Tiffany Mills, and Stefanie Batten Bland, among others.


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