Mark Albrecht currently hangs his hat in New York City. He attended the prestigious American Musical and Dramatic Academy with a major in musical theatre and a focus in dance. Some of his credits include A Chorus Line, Grease, Oklahoma, 42nd Street, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Hello Dolly, Fame, and many more. He has performed with The American Tap Dance Foundation's "Tap City" at the famous Symphony Space, as well as the New York Foundation for the Fine Arts "Tap Extravaganza". He has worked and shared the stage with choreographers and teachers such as Bob Audy, Shea Sullivan, Germaine Salsberg, Skip Cunningham, Dr. Prince Spencer, Chloe Arnold, Ted Levy, Prof. Robert Reed, Bob Scheerer, Deborah Mitchell, Ayodele Casel, Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, and many more. Mark has had the opportunity to be on the tap faculty at Broadway Dance Center, The New York Film Academy, The Pulse Teacher's Workshop, and various workshops and festivals around the US. In addition, he had the opportunity to be an educator and judicator for Groove National Talent Competition and Sheer Talent Competition and can also be seen judicating on televisions hit series "Dance Moms". He has been featured tap dancing for ESPN's US Open commerical for the 2015 season. Mark's choreography has been recognized in the dance competition circuit, winning students multiple awards throughout the US. He prides himself on teaching all ages with an open mind and a desire for ultimate success.