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Open Tap Class
Select Saturdays - 10:30a-11:30a

This class is great for Adults 40 and over who want to get moving during an energetic and fun tap class. 

Taught by former Broadway hoofer Kirk Pfeiffer, CACC's Artistic Director & Choreographer, this class is great for beginners through intermediate tappers who want to have fun.


Only $5.00 per class! No commitment.

Drop In, REGISTER NOW, or call us to ask about upcoming classes!

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To prepare for your audition, you can fill in the information and print and bring these audition forms with you. Copies will be available to complete if you do not bring them. 

Production Commitment Form

Meet Our Guest Artists


Metro-Atlanta native based in NYC. Favorite credits include Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins, Rosa Bud in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Luisa in The Fantasticks, and Johanna in Sweeney Todd. NYU Steinhardt, UGA. 

Dedicated to empowering her students, Stephanie helps singers navigate their voices using practical, applicable tools so they can leave the studio singing and communicating more freely and sustainably than when they walked in. She has a working knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the vocal mechanism, current research in voice science, and experience teaching students of varying ages, levels, and styles. 
Stephanie holds a Master of Music in Vocal Performance with a Music Theatre concentration as well as an Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy from New York University. As adjunct faculty, she taught private and group voice at NYU’s Steinhardt School and was recognized for Distinguished Leadership and Contribution in the Graduate Vocal Pedagogy Program. Additionally, Stephanie is a member of NATS, the National Association of Teachers of Singing. She currently maintains an active roster of singers in her private studio and holds multiple faculty positions at schools of music in New York City.


Brittany is thrilled to return to her C-PAC family after she was last seen as a Christmas Cabaret headliner in 2015! Favorite credits include: New York: Jay Alan Zimmerman's Incredibly DEAF Musical (Artsy); Regional: Nunsense (Sister Robert Anne), Why Do Fools Fall in Love? (Sally), Into the Woods (Florinda/Baker's Wife u/s), Agatha Christie's The Unexpected Guest (Laura), and Don't Dress for Dinner (Suzanne). She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Montclair State University, and is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association. Infinite thanks to my forever voice teacher and dear friend, Stephanie. This one is for you, Madame S. Come Visit!


Brian Kamps is extremely excited to be a CACC Guest Artist! Brian is based in New York City and recent credits there include ‘Alien vs. Musical’ (Jean Valjean), ‘Ciao Bambino’ (Angelo), ‘With or Without You’, (Nick) and the Sprinkles Productions show ‘My Princess Diana’, a benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Other regional credits include ‘Cabaret’ (Cliff Bradshaw) in California; ‘God of Carnage’ (Alan) and ‘Fly by Night’ (Mr. McClam) both at Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre. Graduate of Humboldt State University (Vocal Performance) and acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in NYC. Go team!! 


Aaron D. McMillan is thrilled to be joining CACC's Broadway Rewind! A New Jersey native now residing in NYC. Credits include Hair, Ragtime, In the Heights, and Rocky Horror, as well as original works both in NYC and New Jersey. "Love to my friends and Family!" For Sarah, Joan, Mattie, and David.


Owen Nuss his recent works include- Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre as Scenic Design and Technical Director for their 2018 summer rep series of Fly by Night, Evita, God of Carnage. In 2017, he worked the summer rep series at Weathervane Playhouse in Newark, Ohio. Prior to that, Owen designed for Denison University and provided scenic carpentry and assistant stage management services for Curious Theatre Company in Denver. Other design credits include-Sweeney Todd Scenic Design 2017, Russian fairytale 2016 Scenic Design/Direction, Noises Off! 2014 Scenic Design. Owen is finishing up his college experience in New York City at Marymount Manhattan College. He thanks Brian Kamps and his parents for endless support.