Atlanta, GA.



Class Act Steppers
Steppin' in the Name of Love
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4th Friday Steppin
March 23, 2018

(No partner needed!)


About Class Act Steppers

Class Act Steppers, formerly known as Class Act Atlanta, is a social dance organization founded in 2001 by Carolyn Granger, a Chicago native, former account executive of Sprint Corporation, and fashion designer of her hot steppin’ designs.  Carolyn recruited members, which included some of Atlanta’s top award winning dancers, to capture and present various styles of “classy dancing” to our community.  Atlanta/Chicago steppin’ overwhelming became the most popular dance at Class Act Atlanta affairs; consequently, Carolyn along with her daughter and co-founder, Deborah Granger-Brewer, changed the name to Class Act Steppers.


Class Act Steppers continues to strive to teach, entertain, and enjoy couples dancing together through dances such as Atlanta/Chicago steppin’, bop, swing, hustle, and other forms of hand dancing to R&B, Jazz, and soul music.  Class Act Steppers is rejuvenating this form of dancing that has been forgotten, bypassed, or lost in the African-American community.  Steppin’ brings couples between the ages 25 to 75, middle to upper income, dancing together in fashionable attire with turns, swings, and dips.  Couples dancing together brings dignity to dancing which is demonstrated in the way that a gentleman asks a lady to dance and then escorts her back to her seat.  The total interaction of couples dancing is also a great form of alternative dancing for young adults to see, learn, and enjoy. 

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Pioneers in promoting and teaching steppin (couples dancing), throughout the Metro Atlanta community.


Classes every

Monday, Wednesday & Saturday

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