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Brooklyn Toli joined the Conservatory in 2021 as an assistant professor of theater and teaches tap dance for the musical theater program.
In 2012, Toli was invited to join the Boston Tap Company and discovered her passion for tap dance and working with students. Since then, she has earned her Teacher Certification at the Chicago Human Rhythm Project’s Summer Dance Festival, completed Karida Griffith’s Roots, Rhythm, Race and Dance professional development program for dance educators, and continues to teach throughout New England. Stage credits include “On Tap!” with the Beantown Tap Fest (2015–2018), West Side Story at the Zeiterion Theatre (2018), Club Drosselmeyer at the Oberon Theatre (2018–2019), “Follies for Boston” at Big Night Live (2021), and a preview of Rhythm Delivered at Cisco’s Global Digital Conference, Cisco Live (2021). She currently performs with DrumatiX, a tap dance and percussion group under the direction of Noa Barankin. Toli is dedicated to philanthropy, and proudly works towards her initiative Building Confidence Through Performing Arts by creating arts opportunities through volunteerism, and Sisters Support Success, an outlet to empower women by providing professional attire at no cost.
Toli obtained a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre and a B.F.A. in Dance Performance from Rhode Island College.