Steps brings back ADM21 to lead classes

American Dance Machine for the 21st CenturySteps on Broadway’s Master Class Series with American Dance Machine for the 21st Century (ADM21) has officially kicked off! The great Robert La Fosse taught repertoire from Jerome Robbins’ West Side Story to get the classes started this week.


Now Broadway repertory classes will be offered every Monday, Wednesday and Friday through October 16 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Dancers are invited to learn original choreography from Movin’ Out, Dreamgirls, After Midnight, A Chorus Line and many more productions in upcoming classes.


Daily warm-ups will be led by Lars Rosager and Cathy Lyn. Teachers will include Wayne Cilento, Tome’ Cousin (with Dreamgirls rep), David Storey (with A Chorus Line rep), Warren Carlyle (with After Midnight rep) and Jessica Lee Goldyn (with Music and the Mirror rep.)


ADM21 was founded in February of 2012 by Nikki Feirt Atkins in order to continue the legacy of the late Lee Theodore and The American Dance Machine, to ensure that significant musical theater choreography and the techniques that propelled such works, could be preserved, studied and shared as we move into the 21st century.


For more information on master classes at Steps, visit To learn more about the ADM21 faculty, head to