Nothing depicts courage like showcasing your skills and talent before a multitude of people. That is exactly what the fearless contestants of Greenwich’s Dancing Stars have committed themselves to. Everyday till the day of the grand event, the dancing competitors learn and practice their vibes and rhythms not for the fame, fortune or prestige, but to help raise critical funds for Abilis, a leader who has been servicing the special needs community in Fairfield County, CT for over 70 years.  

     To make this event a success each of our stars has volunteered to help contribute  fundraising efforts. This year funds donated through Dancing with Stars will be used for startup and new initiatives that will support the residents of our new Affordable Housing options in Darien. The Darien location will provide independent living for individuals with special needs to live on their own with Abilis supports.   

     Proceeds from the live and silent auctions, along with donations made to the dance teams will go directly to Abilis. All other event costs have been generously provided/underwritten by Fred Astaire Dance Studio of Greenwich.

     Each dollar you donate is a vote for your favorite dancer. With just $1 you can make a great impact in someone’s life.

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Trevor Crow hails from Cos Cob, CT, having moved from Southport, CT, 3 years ago. Trevor is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and certified Executive Coach in private practice for over 15 years. She is also a published author of 2 books. Trevor has an MBA from Harvard University and is the Democratic Town Committee Nominee running for Greenwich Tax Collector 2021. With 2 grown children, a daughter, and a son, Trevor has more time to pursue her love of dancing. Trevor has been competing in Smooth Ballroom for 2 years and is excited to be learning Latin Dance with Christian Perry. For Trevor, dancing is like figure skating, in which she competed from the age of 8-18, a full expression of a life well-lived! A life about connection and movement with love.
Trevor will be dancing with Christian

The internationally acclaimed ballroom-dance choreographer Christian Perry first burst
onto the public stage in 1998. Clad in khakis and swinging a wild haircut, he was featured
in the award-winning GAP Swing Dance commercial. Today, at 38, Perry’s distinguished
resume spans dancing, choreography and teaching for film, television, commercials and
music videos. At his dance studio “Havin’ a Ball,” he shares his passion for all ballroom
styles with students of all ages.
The longtime contributor as a ballroom-dance specialist to ABC’s “Dancing with the
Stars” was a relative latecomer to dance. Starting at age 21, Perry quickly soaked up
swing-dance steps and rhythms at Los Angeles clubs. An unexpected win of a jitterbug
contest earned him a scholarship at Arthur Murray studios. Connecting with a partner in
Brooklyn, New York, Perry traveled across the country for advanced training, soon
garnering a series of national titles. A high point of this period was performing in the
YK2 millennium celebration for President Clinton at the White House
Desirous of training where the elite of the global competitive dance world resided, Perry
moved to the United Kingdom in the early 2000s. In Norbory, near London, Perry
focused intensively on Latin dance. He and partner Alexandra Gisher reached finals in
the U.K. Dancesport Championships, then semi-finals of Dancesport championships at
Royal Albert Hall. By 1999-2001, Perry won the title US Representative for Ballroom
Dancing, International Latin dancing.
Returning to New York, he pursued his combined B.A./M.F.A. in Communication Arts at
New York Institute of Technology, while still teaching and competing. In 2005 ABC’s
“Dancing with the Stars” reached out. Nearly a decade and six seasons later, Perry has
choreographed, trained and partnered contestants for the primetime reality program. On
cable network TLC’s “Ballroom Bootcamp,” Perry was the star.
Perry’s many movies include Mona Lisa Smile (2003), Be Cool (2005), Meet Dave
(2008). He is a veteran of television commercials, notably Dr. Pepper, Jonas Bros, and
the 2014 Super Bowl commercial for Time Warner Cable with P-Diddy. On stage Perry
has danced behind Will Smith, Chakira, and Vanessa Williams, in Vegas and on
Broadway. He was cast as the prince in the movie “Enchanted,” one of rare live shows
the Oscars has produced, in 2009.
The high-energy Perry is now a residential Builder, Developer and Sotheby’s Realtor in Greenwich CT
will be dancing with Chri

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