Dustin Wethington is excited to bring his training, performance and choreography experience to the City of Lake Alfred. He first started his dreams of performing, as a Cast member in the family night game show, at Nickelodeon Holiday Inn- Orlando. He then had the opportunity to puppeteer, dance, and stilt walk in the off broadway musical, “Katonga!” at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. Later, Dustin was able to further his career by touring internationally for Royal Caribbean productions as a dancer, tumbler and aerial silks production performer. After living the dream cruising wonderful lands of Alaska, Hawaii and the Caribbean Islands, he decided to explore his passion for teaching. Dustin later became a well known local choreographer after winning regional and national titles and championships. He is currently entertaining guests at Sea World Orlando and is thrilled to join the LA Dance Center family as a resident instructor and head of our Legacy Dance Team!*
Robyn Goelz grew up training and dancing competitively in Cypress, Texas. She continued her dance training and went on to graduate from Oklahoma City University with a Bachelor in Dance Performance. Her professional dance experience includes shows at Cedar Point Amusement Park, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, Sea World Orlando, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, and as an NBA dancer for the Orlando Magic. Robyn is currently a dancer at Universal Studios and an Equity Dancer in Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire at Magic Kingdom. She has taught dance for over 15 years with experience in all styles and all levels. She is excited to share her passion of tap with Lake Alfred Dance Center.
Elizabeth Kim, who goes by Iri - started dancing at the age of five at The Alabama Dance Academy where she took diverse styles of ballet, tap, lyrical, and hip hop. She left the studio world for a short time to do gymnastics and competitive cheerleading. Upon going to Hoover high school, Elizabeth was on the Varsity Buccanettes Dance Team and through four years of experience helped to dance and choreograph a number of pep rallies, band and dance competitions. At the University of Alabama, Elizabeth danced and sang in a show choir group called UA Resonance and was a member of a hip-hop dance group, Rip Tide. She was a dance major at UA before transferring to The University of Alabama at Birmingham – where she acquired her bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts Painting. Since graduating, has also completed her 200 hr registered yoga teacher training and is presently teaching various styles of yoga. In 2019-2020, Elizabeth danced professionally in Swallowtail Dance and Edgewood Dance Company – and is actively cross-training in pursuit of being a life-long mover and performer. She is now residing near Orlando, FL with her beloved husband and two fur babies and is so thrilled to be teaching and sharing her love of dance.