Terry L. Irwin started his ballroom dancing career as dance instructor at the Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Cincinnati, Ohio, over 39 years ago. Terry has since developed numerous ballroom dancers into national champions with who he shares titles in American Smooth, American Rhythm, and Theatrical Arts.
Terry has choreographed and performed in Bob Hope’s last U.S. Tour, as well as several Miss America Pageants, the Franki Valli and the Four Seasons Tour, and coach and choreographer for Betina and Donald Driver for Dancing with Our Stars 2013!
Terry also owns and operates TC Dance Club in Appleton, Wisconsin, is President of the TC Dance Club International, and is a National Dance Council of America Association certified adjudicator.
Angela Cervantes arrived in the United States in 1993 from Sicily. Unimpressed with the American take on Italian cuisine, she opened Angelina’s restaurant in Green Bay in 1998 with her family’s original recipes. This fulfilled her passion for cooking, but it took her until 2003 to discover TC Dance Club in Appleton to let her explore her other passion, ballroom dancing. Since then, she has won numerous competitions, become a beautiful dancer, and evolved into a very popular professional dance teacher. Angela enjoys students of all types and personalities and says her teaching style is fun, fun, fun!
Heather Wudstrack is a DC Everest graduate and has been an instructor with Get Out & Dance since 2009. She enjoys teaching both social and competitive students and is passionate about her dancing. She loves the creative and challenging aspect to dancing and loves sharing her passion for dancing with her students. She is a nationally-ranked teacher on the World Pro-Am circuit and is a current Professional Smooth competitor with her professional partner, Jay Morth. In her free time, Heather enjoys training with Jay and spending time with her friends, family and her husband, Lee.
I’m very excited to be returning as a Pro-Dancer for this year’s “Dancing with Our Stars.” I’ve enjoyed meeting and working with so many amazing people throughout the years.
I was first introduced to ballroom dancing from watching “Dancing with the Stars” on TV, and got started from the local Dancing with Our Stars as a volunteer the first year.
I recently spent a few months in the Twin Cities learning and working with some of the country’s best coaches and dancers. This year will be my 9th year dancing in this event, and the first year I volunteered. When I’m not ballroom dancing I enjoy spending time with friends, family, collecting vinyl, being outdoors, and traveling.
Charles Michaels is the dance director and co-franchisee of the Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Madison, WI. Competing with his favorite partner, his wife Sarah, he has made the finals in numerous One-Dance competitions. He has also gone on to win multiple Future Champion titles with the Arthur Murray organization. Charles and Sarah’s dog Obi is at the studio with them every day and would love to learn to dance, but is limited due to his two left feet.
Jay Morth graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay with a Bachelor of the Arts degree. He started ballroom dancing at a young age, but really started to enjoy the art of ballroom dancing his sophomore year in college at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley. He has been dancing ever since and volunteered teaching at DanceSport of Green Bay from 2009 to 2012.
Jay is the owner of Ballroom by Jay, LLC, as well as working as an employee at Get Out and Dance. He has received his Bronze level of certification in all of the DVIDA American Style Dances from Valley Social’s Ballroom Dance Teachers College in Menasha. Outside of teaching, Jay spends time competing and lumberjacking.
Don’t miss this event tonight in Appleton! An Amazing Evening of Fundraising! Help dancer, Kelly Wolff, raise money for The American Red Cross and the Dancing With Our Stars campaign.
Buffet food and 100% of the bar sales to be donated by Houdini’s!
Minimum $10 donation at the door: Entry includes buffet.
4:00: Doors open
4:30 – 5:30: Tricks and spins by Aerial Pole Instructors
7:00: Raffle and Silent Auction winners are announced
Silent auction – includes golf rounds at Butte des Morts Country Club, Aerial Dance Pole Party, and more!
Tax deductible donations – Ninety-one cents of every dollar we raise goes to the Red Cross services!
I made a major life change in 2010 when I decided to leave the motorsports industry I worked in for more than 10 years to return to school to pursue my Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. I graduated in 2012 and began working at Bellin Health where I am currently employed as a registered nurse (RN) in the intensive care unit (ICU).
I love my new career. As an ICU RN, I often work with people on the worst day of their lives. Although being an RN can be physically and emotionally exhausting, helping my patients and their families through tough times is one of the things that keeps me motivated in my job.
Originally from Escanaba, Michigan, I’ve has been living in the Green Bay area since attending St. Norbert College where I played football for the Green Knights. I have a son named Troy and a Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Desmo. We live together with my wonderful wife and DWOS teammate, Emily Matesic.
My favorite moment from my initial DWOS experience wasn’t really a moment at all. It was the people. This event has brought an eclectic group of people together because they all have a passion for helping people. There are so many people involved with this event from all walks of life that are freely willing to give their time, money, services, and expertise to support the Red Cross. I remember walking into the venue the night of the event and seeing how happy and excited everyone was. Seeing this event come to fruition after all the months of work and preparation by so many peoples was an extraordinary feeling.
I decided to take part in DWOS All-Stars because especially this last year we had all been reminded of how important the Red Cross is. 2017 seemed to be a never-ending array of natural disasters and the Red Cross was there for all of them, helping people when they need help the most. Joining the cast of DWOS All-Stars is a way of helping that organization in a way I couldn’t do simply by myself. Combine that with the camaraderie and good times that you get with a group of people brought together for a common cause and joining the cast of DWOS All-Stars was a no brainer.