Frances Bradley

Frances-BradleyFrances Bradley began her dance training under the guidance of her father, Bruce Bradley, at Creative Expressions Dance Studio. At age 12, she won Amateur Night at “Showtime at the Apollo” with the female tap group The Stepettes. In 2004, she was an ensemble member in the musical “Bubbling Brown Sugar,” directed and choreographed by George Faison and starring Diahann Carroll in Atlanta. In 2009, Frances was selected to train with world-renowned performer Savion Glover for a year at his newest dance studio, The HooFeRz Club. Frances was recently cast in the dance musical “Noah Racey’s Pulse: The Beat of Song and Dance,” which premiered at Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota, Fla. She has been a featured tap soloist for the international touring company Illstyle & Peace Productions, and has performed in notable productions/venues, such as: “Black Girls Rock!” and “Soul Tour” at SOB’s in New York, and Cartier Williams’ “Rhythm Refix” at Joe’s Pub in New York.