TCHS Dance


Jill Marie was raised and schooled in South Florida, where she trained in many areas of dance. At the age of 15, she traveled throughout the US with a national touring convention. While in her senior year of high school, Jill received a scholarship to continue her training in Los Angeles. She has danced on several educational dance videos, along with performances at various festivals, charity events and concerts. Her extensive resume also includes being a featured dancer in the 1989 Super Bowl Half-Time Show, at Disney World and in several television shows and movies. In addition, Jill has danced in numerous music videos released in Australia, Asia and the UK.

For the past 18 years, Jill has taught and choreographed for studios throughout South Florida. In addition, she owned and operated her own studio, Triple Threat Performing Arts Centre that specialized in dance, musical theatre and voice. Jill’s students, along with her innovative choreography, have won several high score awards regionally and nationally. In addition to teaching in her home state, she travels throughout the country teaching master classes and judging for regional and national talent competitions. Furthermore, she travels as an independent choreographer for countless projects. Notably, she has choreographed for the Florida State University’s dance team and the Miami Hurricane cheerleaders. Jill truly enjoys the opportunity to create in varying venues.

For the past seven years, Jill is proud to have resided on the advisory board for Dancer magazine. Currently, you can find her students pursuing their dreams of working on Broadway, in Las Vegas, with major ballet companies throughout the United States and Canada, as well as, on So You Think You Can Dance.

Jill Marie resides today in Palm Beach with her talented musician husband of 13 years, Jonathan. Together they have extended their family with two young sons, Gracen and Sawyer, whom they absolutely adore. Jill feels extremely blessed to be a mommy, along with being able to do what she loves every day—share in the art and love of dance.