JOSETTE WIGGAN began dancing at age 12, studying with Pau & Arlene Kennedy at Universal Dance Designs in L.A. She was a member of Caravan Project performing extensively in L.A. She was the first tap dancer to win the coveted 2001 Spotlight Award at L.A.’s Music Center. She toured in the national cast of 42nd Street and then graduated from UCLA’s World Arts and Cultures/Dance. She debuted with the Ensemble in NY, 2004 (disc 2) and toured to France that same year. She was in the original cast of American TAP Masterpieces, contributing a stunning solo tribute to Eleanor Powell. Josette now has a long career in Cirque du Soleil and currently tours in the Michael Jackson tribute.