Jumpin' At The Woodside

The Ultimate Collective of Swing Specialists

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Fella's Flying over the Ladies

These fellas can jump!

Hot Jazz Routine

At The Swing Remix Spectacular in NYC

Spank the Baby

Hot Jazz Ending Pose

At the Swing Remix Spectacular NYC

Dance Teams

Our Premier Swing Specialists
Lindy Hop All-Stars

Lindy Hop All-Stars

The All-Stars of Lindy Hop

The Lindy Hop All Stars are a high energy, high flying dance collective who specialize in the early American dance crazes such as the Charleston, The Lindy Hop, The Jitterbug, The Big Apple, and the Collegiate Shag. Their routines, which are inspired by the masters of the swing era, are marvelously nostalgic and terrifically entertaining. And their high energy shows can range from one short number to a complete one hour production.

Rhythm Stompers

Rhythm Stompers

The Stompers of Rhythm

The Rhythm Stompers bring our hottest and youngest talents together in a collective that’s hip with the newest trends in dance. Their repertoire features more unique musical styles from Electro-Swing, Hawaiian Swing, and Boogie Woogie to  Hot Jazz and Ragtime. Incorporating the dance styles West Coast Swing, Collegiate Shag, Balboa, Boogie-Woogie, Lindy Hop and The Charleston, this troupe covers a wide and expansive area of entertainment.

Intrepid Dancing

The Ultimate Collective of Swing Specialists

Intrepid Ladies

These ladies can swing!

Intrepid Gentlemen

These fellas can kick!
The Fellas

The Fellas

Soft Shoe Routines

The Fellas have a wonderful collection of soft shoe routines and they’re smashing in their white jackets and formal wear!

 

Our Recent Show at John Jay College

Our Recent Show at John Jay College

Rafal & Adrienne

The Rhythm Stompers recently performed the Half Time show for the Gotham Girls Roller Derby that took place at John Jay College in NYC

The Bathtub Ginnys

The Bathtub Ginnys

Hot & Sultry is the game

If Hot, Sizzling and Sultry is your game, check out The Bathtub Ginnys which feature our wonderful female talents. They provide a style of dance that was prominent in the 1920’s and 1930’s