Arleigh Rothenberg began dancing at the age of 7 and hasn’t stopped since. Currently, Arleigh tap dances at The Cotton Club weekly as a member of Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards’ Sophisticated Ladies. Recent performance credits include: Taste of Broadway (2009 and 2010) Young Hoofers performances at the Apollo Theatre, and Derick K. Grant’s Imagine Tap! at Rodeph Sholom in NYC. Recent television and video credits include the Malibu Rum “Funky Dip” Flashmob Commercial, choreographed by Tweetie, tap dancing on Sesame Street’s 40th Season, dancing in the Step Up 3D Official Dance Dub Broadway Dance Center Video, and in the recently released films Step Up 3D (2010) and Eat, Pray, Love (2010). Arleigh is proud to have been selected by the legendary Dr. Harold Cromer for his piece in the 20th Annual Tap Extravaganza. Other performance credits include Tap City’s 2009 “Main Event” with Mazel Toes, “On Tap” at Joe’s Pub, “They Don’t Sing About Love No More” at New World Stages, “The 28th Annual Downtown Dance Festival”, and Tap City’s 2008 “Tap and Song” with C3, a NY Tap Cooperative, and in “Old Man Time” by Ernest "Brownie" Brown and Reggio McLaughlin. Arleigh is a current member of several dance companies including Undertoe Dance Project, Mazel Toes, The Mann Arts Dance Group/Young Hoofers, Boston Tap Company, and C3 Tap Co-operative. Arleigh teaches at the American Tap Dance Foundation, Peridance Capezio Center and 92nd Street Y.