1948-2018 ... celebrating 70 Years!!! 

Renee Crawley

​Nina Srazzulla

​​Pete Christo

Avril Atfield

Jennie Pappas 

(Chloe from Hit TV Show "The Next Step")

Cierra Healey 



Dianne Long 


​Stephanie Gallie




Marilynn Garcea currently resides in Vaughan, Ontario. Marilynn pursued an extensive dance education, training in Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Modern, Tap, Ballet, Pointe, Acrobatics, Hip Hop, and Musical Theater. ​She is certified dance instructor and completed the three year Associated Dance Arts for Professional Teachers (ADAPT) teaching certification program in 2009. Academically, Marilynn recently graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from Toronto’s Schulich School of Business. Professionally, Marilynn has danced in Conteur Dance Company’s premiere of “In Flux” (Eryn Waltman) at the 2012 ACE Awards, Bridge to Artist’s 2012 production of “Senses” (Vlad, Linda Garneau, Julia Cratchley), Toronto Choreographers Ball , Toronto Bazaar, Conteur Dance Company’s 2011 production of “State of Mind” (Eryn Waltman), Bridge to Artist’s 2011 production of “Prima Volta” (Vlad), Helix Dance Project’s 2009 production of Verb.atim (Linda Garneau), and Ryerson University’s 2010 New Voices production of Embraces (Courtney VanWirdum). ​Recently she has also performed Samba with Toronto based company Dance Migrations (Adrianna Yanizullo). She has assisted renowned choreographers such as Mia Michaels, Tyce Diorio, and Tiffany McLean. Commercially, Marilynn’s credits include Slice TV’s Party Mamas, Breakfast Television, “The Spell” music video for recording artist Amanda Morra (Stephanie Viola), Hats on for Awareness Gala (Stephanie Viola), Toronto’s Gay for Comedy Gala with Helix Dance Project, Rogers Wireless, the “Flare for Fashion” fashion show, broadcasted on ET Canada and Global TV, and the “Bloch” fashion show. As an instructor, Marilynn loves having the opportunity to share her passion for dance and knowledge of the craft with her students. The most rewarding aspect of teaching for her is seeing the growth in her students from year to year. She has been teaching and choreographing for students of all ages and levels for seven years now, and her choreography has won numerous awards across Canada and the United States. She wishes all of the students at Carol Kitchen's Dance Centre an educational, enjoyable year

"Showing my love of dance by creating opportunity, has always been my dream.."

Mitchell began dancing in his hometown of Sudbury, Ontario and always strived to continue his passion in the dance industry. Within two years as a competitive dancer he had won multiple awards. In secondary school he trained in jazz, ballet, hip-hop, and contemporary dance, as well as musical theatre. Seeking to continue developing as a professional dancer, he moved to Toronto and has since trained with the most sought-after teachers and choreographers in the industry and worked with major dance companies. His success is not limited to Toronto. He has trained in New York and L.A., performed on multiple television shows, and appeared in music videos by leading artists. Mitchell also teaches, choreographs and adjudicates for dance studios and competitions across North America and had the opportunity to teach at one of the largest dance centres in the world: Millennium Dance Complex in Los Angeles.

After years travelling and exploring the art of dance he was ready to begin his next challenge, launching On The Floor: The Ultimate Dance Experience. His diverse experience as a teacher, adjudicator and dancer has helped him gain the skills to run this new and exciting opportunity for dancers in North America. Mitchell believes it is never too late to start dancing; he strives to be a role model and inspiration for students all over the world