Josette Wiggan (USA)


Josette Wiggan started dancing with Paul and Arlene Kennedy in Los Angeles. His love for the stage was fostered by the Kennedys and refined as an adult with Lynn Dally’s Jazz Tap ensemble.

A graduate of UCLA, Josette Wiggan’s career highlights include the 2001 Spotlight Award, Broadway’s 1st National Tour of 42nd Street, and studying with Germaine Acogny in Senegal. Alongside her brother, she was part of two original casts of Cirque du Soleil’s Banana Shpeel and the Michael Jackson Immortal World Tour . In addition to performing with her brother in TIRELESS: A Tap Dance Experience , a show hosted by Michelle Dorrance, Josette Wiggan is part of Dorrance’s all-female quartet that created Until the Real Comes Along and All Good Things Come to an End in 2018 . Josette Wiggan is a sought after teacher, choreographer and performer who resides in Tel Aviv.