Adrienne Weidert & Adam Brozowski
Adrienne Weidert embodies the classic look & glamor of Hollywood’s Golden Era with a modern touch of Cyd Charisse. She is a Professional Swing Dance Instructor, Performer & National Jitterbug Champion who shines onstage. A New York City transplant from sunny Southern California & the LA swing dance scene, Adrienne made her NYC performance debut with The Public Theater’s production of ‘The Comedy of Errors’ at Shakespeare in the Park in 2013. While her classical dance foundation is rooted in training with the Milwaukee Ballet, Boston Ballet, and London’s Royal Ballet School, this Ballerina-gone-Jitterbug is most passionate about America’s Great Jazz Age and the dances that were born in NYC in the early 20th Century. She has been teaching & performing swing dance since 1996 with several top professional dance partners in the national circuit. Competitively she holds 1st Place National Jitterbug Championship, US Open Swing Dance Championship, as well as International Lindy Hop Championship Titles & was recently inducted into Camp Hollywood’s Swing Dance Hall of Fame! Adrienne is dancing, tapping and singing her way into musicals & productions on stages and screens from coast to coast, having choreographed & performed regionally at The Greek Theater in Los Angeles and Seattle’s Benaroya Hall, she also toured professionally with Lindy Hop company, Hot Club Stomp, and The Atomic Cherry Bombs – Los Angeles’ all-female chorus girl troupe, and has been a featured dancer in film (The Thirteenth Floor) and television, as well as music video. You can also catch her teaching at You Should Be Dancing…! Dance Studio as well as performing around New York City at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Lincoln Center’s ‘Midsummer Night Swing,’ B.B. Kings Blues Club, Swing 46 Supper Club, the Paramount’s Diamond Horseshoe, the Historic Battleship Intrepid at Pier 84, the Rainbow Room at the Top of Rockefeller Center, and on Governor’s Island at the semi-annual Jazz Age Lawn Party! Be sure to keep an eye out for her local performances with The Rhythm Stompers, The Lindy Hop All Stars, The Canarsie Wobblers and her own creative joint project & fellow ‘Bathtub Ginnys’ – New York City’s premier Vintage Chorus Girl group focused on Prohibition Era Entertainment with a Musical Theater flair.
Adam Brozowski is a professional
choreographer, dancer, and teacher
specializing in “Jazz Age” American
dance forms: Lindy Hop, Charleston,
Balboa, Slow Drag (or Blues), and Tap.
Based in Seattle Washington, Adam spends his year traveling around the world teaching, choreographing and performing. He holds titles from the International Lindy Hop Championships, European Swing Dance Championships and is an inductee into the Camp Hollywood/National Jitterbug Championships Hall of Fame.
Adam trained closely under 96-year-old original Savoy Ballroom dancer Norma Miller (Ken Burns Jazz) and is dedicated to preserving and spreading her legacy and the legacies of her fellow original Harlem Lindy Hoppers his classes.
Adam is also a proud member of the Actors Equity Association and has worked commercially as an actor and choreographer. In 2010 Adam founded the Harlem Swings! youth dance project in New York City. In 2014 Adam co-directed the Youth Program of the Frankie Manning Centennial celebration in New York City in collaboration with Lincoln Center, and the Frankie Manning Foundation which reached over 500 youth in NYC giving them a first experience with authentic American Jazz partner dancing.