Kim Massay began dance training at the age of three, taking classes from her mother, Dee Massay. Kim earned a B.A. degree in Ballet Pedagogy from the University of Oklahoma Ballet School, having trained under Migual Terkov, Yvonne Chouteau and Victoria Leigh, established masters in dance education. While attending OU, Kim was in the OU Ballet Company. Both a student and teacher of dance, she performed in Lyric Theatre for 4 years. Choreography and performance credits also highlighted Kims talents as a troupe member of the Carl Cappock Dancers, a member of the inaugural University of Oklahoma Pom Squad, a member of OU Ballet Company, and director/choreographer of Sooner Scandals. She was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and choreographed Sooner Scandals each year.

Her career experience has been enhanced by modeling with Joanne Fullerton Modeling and Casting Agency, Another Ingram Productions, and the Lyric Theatre Benefits.

Annual trips to New York and Los Angeles for workshops in dance have enriched her training via study with outstanding artists such as Luigi, Ron Forella, Don Emmons, Phil Black, Steps 56th Street Studio and the choreographer for The Tap Dance Kid, Danny Daniels, Joe Tremaine, The Edge and Jackie Sleight.
Kim is honored to be one of only 25 Ambassadors for Break The Floor's Dance Teacher Summit. The Summit is held each year in Long Beach and in New York. The summit is know throughout the country as an advocate and supporter of the dance industry with more than 1400 dance teachers attending in each city. As an ambassador, Kim inspires and teaches dance instructors from across the country, training and helping them with their businesses and is thankful to Gil Stromling for this wonderful opportunity.

Her competition classes have achieved highest honors nationwide including National Overall titles, Star Search 92 Teen Dancers, the Star Search 90 Jr. Finalists and Disney World performers 90, 97, 2002. They have won many competitions including 1st Overall at Starlight, Showstoppers, Showbiz and Star Power National Talent Competitions. In 1995 Kim was selected as Central U.S. Contact for dance casting for Star Search and in 1996 she was choreographer for the Oklahoma University Pom Squad. From a roster of statewide beauty pageants, community celebrations and fashion shows to Arts Festivals and Cotillions, Oklahoma Dance choreographer, Kim Massay has established her career in dance education. Kim was recently been named to the National Small Business Conference for the Republican Party and the National Leadership Award two years in a row. As owner of the studio in Edmond, Kim's continued enthusiasm for dance education and performance has ranked Kim Massay Dance Productions a leader in the performing arts and a business phenomenon. Kim has given her own daughters, Star, Skye, and Stori, the pleasure of dancing, continuing the family tradition.


Star Massay-Clark danced with KMDP since the age of two and competed in all competition classes winning numerous overall awards. She traveled with the Company to New York, L.A., and Orlando. Through her travels she was able to take from some of the best choreographers in the country. After graduation, Star moved to Orlando to dance at Disney World in the "Festival of the Lion King" and "Fantasmic". She also played many of the well-known characters such as Belle and Alice for many of the parades and shows. After finishing a contract for Disney, she moved to L.A. where she would appear in music videos with Frankie J and Baby Bash, as well as appear in an Old Navy commercial. She spent a year back at Disney before coming back home to Oklahoma where she can work her "Disney Magic" on some of our young dancers.


Skye Massay is the artistic director of Kim Massay Dance Productions for our company. She started dancing at a young age and continues to study, teach, judge, and choreograph around the United States. Skye is an award winning choreographer. Her students Have gone on to perform on So You Think You Can Dance, The Rockettes, and professional dance companies. Her competition dance company has won many titles at conventions and competitions as well as scholarships into colleges.


Stori Vincent has been dancing since she was two years old. She has studied with many outstanding choreographers from across the country, and has won numerous awards and scholarships at different competitions and conventions. She has danced at Radio City Music Hall in New York City and the Edge Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles. Stori has won many awards for outstanding choreography. She has continued her education by traveling around to different conventions and teaching master classes at other studios. Stori has been a judge for local high school dance teams. She is also a professional hairstylist here in Edmond. Her and her husband, Brandon, are enjoying being parnets to their son Wrigley.



Allie Rae Cooper has been a dancer since the age of 5 and has worked professionally as a Radio City Rockette. She began dancing in Owasso, OK then move to Albuquerque, NM where she received the majority of her dance training. Allie danced competitively for several years, winning numerous overall high scoring awards as well as various specialty awards for solo and group work. With her primary focus on ballet, she studied Vaganova, Balanchine, and Cecchetti methods of ballet technique and attended various ballet intensives on scholarship. After graduating high school in New Mexico, Allie moved back to her home state of Oklahoma to attend Oklahoma City University as a Dance Performance Major. Upon completion of her freshman year, Allie auditioned for the Radio City Rockettes. She was offered a contract and cast as a Rockette in the New York City production of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall for the 2008 Christmas season. Years following, she toured with the Radio City production to Atlanta, Dallas, Austin, cities in Florida and even on the great stage at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. For her last year performing before settling back in Oklahoma, Allie made her way back to NYC for 1 more year kicking it up at Radio City Music Hall. Allie alo teaches pilates at the studio and indoor cycling at Cyclebar.



Leslie Armitage our Stars competition team instructor, began training at the age of 4 in Shawnee, Oklahoma. In 2009 she joined the Kim Massay company team, and soon after graduating in 2012 begain teaching. Leslie is currently attending University of Central Oklahoma where she will graduate in May of 2018 with her bachelors in Interior Design. Leslie is the president of UCO's Student/Interior Design Asscoiation and currently works for Smith Lighting Sales in Oklahoma City. Continuing to find herself immersed in art and design, she plans to follow a path in which will keep her connected. In the dance studio, Leslie emphasizes technique and dilegence. When combing these two elements with passion, Leslie believes the result is the most rewarding to witness; growth.




Emily Robinson is a former Kim Massay Dancer. She started with Kim at the age of four and continued through her Senior year. She has traveled all over the country with the competition team including New York City, Las Vegas, Dallas, Kansas City, Daytona Beach, and Branson. Emily has won countless top scoring awards throughout her competitive years.
After graduating high school, Emily was selected to be a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder Girls for the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 seasons. Now she works with the KMDP Future Stars, Starletts and Juniors and is our All Star Pom Coach. Emily's passion is to help our younger dancers build a strong foundation of techincal skills and performance values.