Welcome to the official website for Victoria Moore Tap Dance.
Victoria is a master tap instructor with over 40 years of sharing her love, knowledge, and expertise of tap dancing in dance conventions coast to coast in the U.S., as well as studio, and private settings. In 2018, Victoria realized that tap dance was singularly exclusive to non-disabled dancers, leaving those with disabilities and any kind of mobility impairment out. Victoria not only created a way to turn the art of tap dancing from exclusive to inclusive, she wrote a book on the subject so that everybody, not just those who have fully functioning physiques, could learn and enjoy tap dance.
Victoria is also the co-founder / co-owner of Triple Threat Dolls Productions, Inc.; a Los Angeles based company specializing in dance based shows. Victoria brings a lifetime of training, teaching, and performance abilities to this company; training with the best in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York, graduating from the American Academy of Performing Arts in New York, and performing in the Broadway shows Sugar Babies and 42nd Street. As a company, Triple Threat Dolls Productions, Inc. will be developing and producing projects in a variety of theatrical formats, television, movie, and stage.
Inspiring and giving back to the next generation of young hopefuls, so that they may pursue their dreams and aspirations is the foundation of both Tap Dance for All and Triple Threat Dolls Productions, Inc.
42nd Street – US, Japan, Canada
Sugar Babies – US
Master Tap TeacheR/Dance Competition Judge
Fluid Dance Conventions
Elite Dance Challenge
Dance Makers, Inc.
Los Angeles and Ventura are dance studios
Triple Threat Dolls Productions, Inc.
Triple Threat: In Development
Street Stars: YouTube Channel (33 episodes)
More Than Waffles: In Development
Kre-8: In Development
Pop Sensation: In Development
American Academy of Dramatic Arts: New York
Other Professional Performances
Hollywood Bowl – Tommy Tune
Ruby Keeler Tribute – Featured Performer
S.T.A.G.E. 2011 Original Cast 2 – APLA: Honoring the late Betty Garrett
Tap Dance For All