Robin Passmore has devoted her life to the art of tap dancing. Starting out as a competition dancer, her love for performing soon led her to New York City where she is now the dance captain of Chloe Arnold’s Apartment 33, which recently performed at the Lincoln Center. She is proud to have been a cast member of Jared Grimes’ Broadway Underground and recently worked on the preproduction workshop of his 42nd Street. She has performed with Chloe Arnold’s Syncopated Ladies and has appeared on Good Morning America, and in various Sesame Street segments. She owns passMORE DANCE studio in Swedesboro, NJ where she continues to pass the tap dance story on to her students and competition teams. Robin also travels the East Coast teaching master classes and setting choreography. She has taught at Dance Masters of America conventions and at the new Elevate Convention. In 2017, Robin became the New Jersey Director and Mentor for Chloe and Maud Arnold’s youth tap ensemble, #nofilterSoleTalk. Her tap expertise recently took her to Prague where she taught master classes and participated in tap jams, and England where she taught and performed at the UK TapFest.