Megan Spivey Rogers is the Director and owner of The Fever Performing Arts in Carrollton, Georgia. This will be her 12th year of teaching and choreographing for both competitive dance & cheerleading teams. She is proud to be running West Georgia’s premier and quickest growing performing arts centers. The Fever has been voted as the #1 rated studio in her area from 2012 thru 2016. Megan is an alumni dance team member of Jacksonville State University, Georgia Force Arena Cheerleaders & The Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders. She has performed on stage with Rascal Flatts and Robin Thicke, made dance appearances on Good Day Atlanta, and in Atlanta’s: The Varsity Season Promotional. Within 8 years of Megan’s studio opening she has instructed many students to multiple regional and national high point awards, convention and competition scholarships, and claimed many choreography awards. In years past her dancers were named National Grand Champions at both National Events for Kids Artistic Revue & Rainbow National Dance Competition. She has students dancing on full college scholarships, acting professionally, and participating in prestigious programs such as The Rockettes Summer Intensive, Joffrey Ballet, & Atlanta Ballet on full or partial scholarships. Her personal experiences range from vocal performances, acting, Community Theater, writing, costume design, directing, and producing originally scripted shows. Megan also has experience in Montessori Dance training & community theater choreography. Aside from her full time teaching schedule, she currently travels weekends, professionally judging dance competitions such with Rainbow & Kids Artistic Revue Dance Competitions
. Megan is also a staff member for the Kids Artistic Revue’s Convention Team, where she travels from city to city teaching hundreds of children many styles in dance! Megan is married to Dr. Luke Rogers, local Veterinarian.
Jessie has been involved in the world of performing arts for over twenty years. She began taking dance classes at two years old and competing at age six. At fifteen Jessie began sharing her love of dance with others as an assistant teacher and would go on to become the lead teacher for multiple ages and levels, as well as one of the coaches for Fever’s competition teams. Throughout her years as a dance student, Jessie was able to attend various master classes with talented choreographers including Mia Michaels, Teddy Forance, and the Radio City Rockettes. She has also been blessed with the opportunities to perform at Disney World, on a Carnival Cruise ship, and most recently as a member of the Boston College Golden Eagles. Along with her dance experience, Jessie has been cast as ChaCha Digregorio in a stage production of Grease and as Mina Harker in Dracula – for which she received the award “Best Actress.” Jessie also played a camp counselor in the 2014 film Backfired. Though currently pursuing her Master’s Degree at Boston College, Jessie stays involved with the Fever by returning to guest teach, help with recital, and even emcees community performances if she is in town.
Madison is passionate about sharing her love of dance with young dancers. Having taken classes in ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, pointe, tumbling, and hip hop, Madison has accumulated an array of experiences she wishes to pass along to her students. Currently, Madison is studying Psychology at the Univerity of West Georgia and hopes to pursue pediatric counseling and research.
Jeremy Hunter comes to us with an extensive resume and training in hip hop. He received his training at Gotta Dance Atlanta and has over five years teaching experience at several dance studios in and around Atlanta, GA. Jeremy has worked as a professional dancer in numerous television shows, stage performances, as well as music and dance instructional videos. He’s also a former member of the Swagger Crew. Currently, Jeremy is now focusing on inspiring students and encouraging them to dream big!
Katelyn is currently a competitive team member for The Fever. She has been dancing for many years and training in multiple styles. She is currently a junior in high school & looking forward to her first after school job, helping with Beginner level and younger classes at Fever!
Nichole Cook is the Studio Manager for The Fever Performing Arts. Her incredible organization skills keep our team running smoothly. Her and her daughter have been a part of the Fever Family since 2010 and she just recently joined our staff a year ago. She has been in the Office/Administrative field for more than 10 years and helped start her family’s small business which she continues to run even today when not at the studio. She is the friendly voice that our customers have grown so accustomed to hearing when calling in to our studio, and she takes great pleasure in making sure they are each taken care of.
Nicole Campbell is a professional dancer, choreographer and instructor currently based in Atlanta. Hailing from metro Detroit, she received her B.S. in Dance from Wayne State University after her childhood training at
Robert Lee School of Dance and Churchill High School’s Creative and
Performing Arts program. Performance credits include Hannibal Buress,
Maksim Chmerkovskiy, JTDance, Gotta Dance Contemporary, Flash Mob
America, Melodic Nocturne Dance Tribe and halftime shows for the Detroit Lions and Detroit Pistons. Nicole’s choreographic works have been presented in concerts for artLabJ and MoreDances Contemporary Dance Company in addition to receiving frequent top honors in competitions. As a result of Nicole’s emphasis on energy and emotional execution in her classes, many of her students have received scholarships, special awards, high scores and professional jobs. Several alumni are now pursuing their own higher education in dance and dance careers. Nicole is also on panel as a judge and master teacher with several competitions including Groove, Applause Talent, 8 National Talent and Impact Dance Ajudicators.
Gwyn Goodwin grew up in Carrollton and began dancing at the age of three. She trained locally (with Pauline Jeffers and Anita Burbage) and was later encouraged to pursue more intense classical training, with the Atlanta School of Ballet. She quickly became a member of Atlanta Ballet II, and performed in numerous Atlanta Ballet productions. Gwyn graduated from Oak Mountain Academy and attended college at North Carolina School of the Arts (UNC), training with Melissa Hayden for two years. Wanting a more normal college setting, she transferred to Butler University, where she earned her BFA in dance performance. Upon graduation, Gwyn joined Colorado Ballet in the fall, where she danced professionally for two seasons. Professional performance experience includes Serenade, Theme and Variations, Swan Lake, Stars and Stripes, Cinderella, and Nutcracker. It was during this time she developed an injury, and an interest in caring for dancers and athletes. This easily helped with a transition into chiropractic school. Gwyn earned her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Life University and has been in private practice since 2003. She and her husband co-own Integrative Body Health, a local chiropractic office. Gwyn has worked with numerous professional dancers and athletes of all kinds to rehab and prevent injuries. She is delighted to bring her teaching experience and knowledge of spinal biomechanics to Fever dancers.
For Matt, acting is in his blood. Being the third generation of actors in his family and performing for crowds since childhood.
Matt started his training in acting with the Rosier Players Vaudeville theater show, under the tutorage of Micheal Wright, the now technical director of Theater at MSU.
In his High School Years Matt performed in many shows and, upon moving to Georgia continued his study of Theater under the guidance of his Father.
In 2009 Matt received the award for Best Actor in one act competition.
After high school Matt honed his Improvisational skills with the Georgia Renaissance Festival (2011-2013) And has performed in multiple shows with CCCT and was the first non student to be cast in a University of West Georgia show (Avenue Q, 2013)
Matt’s been with Fever since the beginning and has been teaching acting since 2012. He loves working with the kids, particularly in their comedic skills and looks forward to not only teaching his students the skills to succeed on stage and in his class, but to get hired and succeed in the theatrical world today.