Hip-hop Child and Youth Dance Faculty Bio | Hope Easterbrook | Steps on Broadway


Hope Easterbrook
Hope Easterbrook started her dance training in her hometown of Goshen, New York, where she studied Ballet, Jazz, Tap, and Modern. She was introduced to Hip Hop when she began training at The School at Steps in the Pre-Professional Program. After dancing at Steps in high school, she was accepted to the Musical Theater and Dance program at Marymount Manhattan College. While studying at Marymount, Hope developed a passion for teaching and decided to pursue a career in teaching, and performing Hip Hop.

She has worked on a variety of performances and music videos for up and coming artists. In 2016 she made her broadway debut in Hamilton as the first replacement to the original cast. Also while fulfilling her dream of performing in the Tony Awards. Besides performing Hope has worked as associate choreographer for multiple projects including "The Ladies of Hip Hop Showcase" (2015), Broadway Bares (2014-2017). She is looking forward to furthering her career as a dance instructor, performer, and a well-rounded dancer.

Class Description
Starting with a dynamic warm up, Hope's class focuses on technical instruction, musicality of movement and challenging choreography. Hope encourages dancers to incorporate their own personal style and to leave with a new found confidence.