About Us

Our Studio

Owner & Artistic Director, Whitney MacIsaac opened Eloquence Dance Centre in 2007.

After many years of dancing and teaching, Ms. Whitney decided it was time to share her love of dance, in a non-competitive, confidence-boosting, family-friendly environment. Eloquence offers classes for beginner through advanced dancers in BALLET, TAP, JAZZ, CONTEMPORARY, HIP HOP, BOYS ONLY HIP HOP, IRISH STEP, ACRO, MUSICAL THEATRE, YOGA, POM, LYRICAL, POINTE, and BARRE.

Eloquence has three large studios, and a cozy waiting room equipped with television screens to view your dancers’ progress while they take class.

Our instructors have a passion for both dance and teaching. They are eager to share their love of dance and teaching with your dancers in a supporting and loving environment for all ages and levels.

Our dance family extends beyond Littleton, MA as welcome dancers from our surrounding communities — Acton, Ayer, Boxborough, Chelmsford, Groton, Harvard, Shirley, Westford and beyond. Come visit us today!

Our Instructors

Whitney MacIsaac (Owner and Artistic Director)

As far back as I can remember, my lifelong dream was to own a dance school. After studying dance at many local dance schools, I continued my dance education at Roger Williams University where I received my Bachelor of Arts in Dance and Performance studies with a minor in Business Management. These days, when I’m not teaching or performing various office duties at Eloquence I’m running around Littleton with my two young boys and husband. My favorite part of owning Eloquence is watching our young dancers grow into both strong dancers and kind people. At our annual performance I am always amazed at the growth that has occurred in 10 short months both mentally and physically. It’s truly an honor to be a part of our dancers’ lives.

Kim Fraser, Studio Manager

Kim has been our studio manager from day one. Ms. Kim is actually the one who came up with our name, Eloquence Dance Centre. As Ms. Whitney’s Mom, she is our biggest supporter! When Ms. Kim isn’t in the office you’ll find her in our waiting room, cheering on our dancers or possibly babysitting her three grandsons. Kim grew up dancing and will be the first to tell you, tap is her favorite!

Natasha Ayala

Miss Natasha has been studying dance and gymnastics for many years now. She fell in love with dance shortly after she decided to stop her gymnastics career. Although she loved gymnastics her passion for dance was greater. Natasha trained under the Donna Miceli Dance Studio before she graduated from Bridgewater State University, where she received a bachelors in Dance. After graduating from BSU Natasha joined The Expressive Movement, Boston Community Dance Project and Strive for Change Lifestyle .These companies have given Natasha wonderful opportunities to perform at World of Dance Boston, Carnival Choreographer’s Ball in New York City, Times Square, NYC and even the opportunity to showcase her work and perform in The Expressive Movements headlining Tour show “Within A Dancers Mind”. Natasha trained in New York City for over a year, where she completed the Broadway Dance Center training program. Aside from dance, Natasha is either working with Preschoolers or enjoying a yoga class! Natasha is thrilled to be back in the studio!

Amanda Angelucci

Miss Amanda immediately fell in love with Celtic dancing. She was a part of a Celtic dance company where she performed for audiences anywhere from local nursing homes to festivals in Vermont. A fun fact about her is that she was homeschooled from kindergarten all the way through her senior year of high school. She Is currently studying journalism at UMass Lowell, continue her love for writing. We are thrilled Miss Amanda can join us for season 14!

Justine Perry

Miss Justine began Irish Step dancing 14 years ago. She trained under Christine Morrison in traditional Irish dancing as well as cape Breton style dancing. In addition to regular lessons Miss Justine was a part of a Celtic performing company that traveled locally and as far as Vermont and Canada to perform, take workshops, and expand on my knowledge in step dancing. Miss Justine also has also studied many other dance styles but Irish Step is her favorite. She is currently attending UML working towards a degree in elementary education. She is super excited to continue Irish dancing career and pass on her passion.

Kyra Hess

Miss Kyra began dancing when she was five years old, primarily focusing on tap, jazz, and ballet as a member of the studio’s dance company. At The Ohio State University, Miss Kyra minored in dance, with a focus on tap dance and eurythmics, and spent her time creating tap dances for her classes and choreographing for campus events. Following graduation, she moved to New York City for graduate studies in dance/movement therapy and discovered her favorite kind of movement: Gaga.people. Miss Kyra has been involved with DanceWorks Boston since moving to the area in 2018 and has choreographed numerous pieces, continuing to foster her love of performing and creating small moments for each dancer on the stage.

Megan Bell

Ms. Megan has been a part of Eloquence from the beginning. She studied ballet, pointe, jazz, tap, contemporary and modern. In 2021, Ms. Megan graduated from Bridgewater State University with a degree in Physical Education. She’s excited to share her love of movement and dance with her students. 

Kari Burpoe

Ms. Kari started dancing at 6 in her hometown of Scranton, PA, trying her hand at any and all classes and workshops. Her varied training and involvement in theatre quickly solidified a strong love for jazz, tap, and her studio’s community. This passion led her to minor in dance at Marywood University, while studying psychology. Here, she also served as captain and regular choreographer for the university’s dance team, who performed at basketball games, campus events, and two self-produced showcases per year. Graduate studies in Dance/Movement Therapy at Lesley University brought Miss Kari to Massachusetts and she never left. She loves that this work enables her to combine movement and connection in her everyday life. Though she has taken class in and out of the city of Boston, she never quite found the support and fun that got her started all those years ago… until now. Miss Kari is absolutely thrilled to be joining Eloquence Dance Centre in its 16th season!

Nicole Hebert

Nicole has been dancing for over 20 years. She was trained at the Can-Dance Studio in Coventry, CT in styles of tap, jazz, ballet and hip-hop and was an assistant dance teacher for 5 years. She was a member of the RHAM dance team for 4 years (captain for 1) where she performed and competed in pom and hip-hop. Nicole studied accounting and economics at the University of Connecticut (Go Huskies!) where she was a member of the UConn Kickline Team for 4 years (captain and president for 2). This team performed at campus sporting events and competed regionally. Nicole moved to MA in 2020 and joined DanceWorks Boston, performing twice a year in hip-hop, jazz, contemporary and tap. She has been teaching hip-hop, jazz, musical theatre, and ballet locally for the past year. Nicole is so excited to join Eloquence Dance Centre. She adores kids and can’t wait to share her knowledge and love of dance with all of our amazing students!

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