The Skyline Country Cloggers, based in Crozet, Virginia, is a non-profit club for the purpose of promoting and continuing the rich heritage of American clog dancing.
30+ Years of Clogging
How We Got Started
Our group was founded in 1987. Some founding members still dance on the team. Many others have been with the club for over 20 years. Some just finished our beginner class! While longevity makes everyone feel like family, we also have actual family members on the team.
We Teach Clogging
We teach beginning clogging through Albemarle County Parks & Recreation. In just eight weeks we can teach you the fundamentals of clogging.
Our team shares leadership and teaching responsibilities. While any member can suggest a dance and teach it to the club, primary teaching is shared between Becca White and Krisan Marotta.
Becca joined the team in 1988, and began teaching in the early 1990s. She is our artistic director, choreographs most of our routines, and prepares most performances.
Krisan joined in 1999 and began teaching in the early 2000s. She teaches most of the dances we learn at workshops to the rest of the club, choreographs, selects music, schedules the shows, and designs many of the performances.