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About Madison 

Madison's journey is a testament to her multifaceted talent and unwavering dedication to the arts. As a young athlete, she soared to remarkable heights as a competitor for USA Gymnastics, mastering the balance beam and floor routines with precision and grace. However, Madison's passion for expression led her to explore new horizons beyond the confines of the gymnasium.

Transitioning seamlessly from gymnastics to dance, Madison embarked on a transformative chapter of her life at Point Park University, where she pursued and achieved her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance with a concentration in Jazz.

Under the mentorship of Garfield Lemonius, Kiesha Lalama, Rocker Verastique, Crystal Frazier, Kiki Lucas, Susan Stowe, Slowdanger, Shana Simmons and Judith Leifer-Bentz, Madison's talent blossomed, as she absorbed their unique insights and approaches to movement. Each collaboration enriched her artistic palette, imbuing her performances with depth, authenticity, and innovation.

Madison's journey in the world of dance is a tapestry woven with experiences alongside some of the industry's most esteemed figures. From performing at Point Park University with the Verdon Fosse Legacy, where she immersed herself in the iconic style of Bob Fosse, to her collaborations with visionary choreographers like Rocker Verastique and Danny Herman, Madison has been shaped by the wisdom and artistry of dance luminaries.

Now, as a professional dancer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Madison brings her dynamic skill set and infectious energy to the high seas. With each pirouette and leap, she captivates audiences with her mesmerizing performances, creating moments of magic that linger in the hearts of guests long after the curtains close.

Madison's journey from the competitive realm of gymnastics to the expressive world of dance, and finally to the enchanting stages of luxury cruise ships, is a testament to her resilience, versatility, and unwavering commitment to her craft.

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