Arleigh Rothenberg is trained in a variety of dance styles and specializes in Tap, Hip Hop, and Commercial Dance. Arleigh is a proud graduate of Ithaca College, where she earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Television-Radio, with a concentration in Video Production.
Arleigh currently tap dances at The Cotton Club as a member of Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards’ Sophisticated Ladies. Recently, Arleigh Choreographed and danced in the HSBC Tap and Go Flash Mob and Commercial featuring 30 dancers (including 18 tap dancers). In the summer of 2019, Arleigh was a solo dancer for a Sabrina Carpenter ad for the hit song "In My Bed". Arleigh's television credits include several appearances on Good Morning America: 2019 Halloween Special, Oscars Wrap Party with Chloé Arnold and Flash Mob America, Judson Laipply’s Evolution of Dance, Dancing With The Stars 2015 After Party, Silento’s Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) TV Premiere, Mickey Mouse's 40th Birthday, and commercials featuring GMA Anchors and Flo Rida. She danced in the Create with miadidas International Commercial and appeared in the Extra Gum/2018 VMAs Lauv Performance and Teaser.
In 2017 Arleigh launched her Music Video Dance Camp Program which gives young dancers the opportunity to be in official music videos for artists. Arleigh Choreographed, Directed, and Edited the official music video "Dreams" for the groundbreaking artist TruthCity, "Descontrólate" for Celeste Lanuza, and is in post-production for "Head To The Sky" by Nova RnB.
Arleigh performed as a cast member in Rhythm Is Our Business, produced by Tony Waag, directed by Derick K. Grant, with choreography by Derick K. Grant and Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards. Additional performance highlights include: Ernest “Brownie” Brown’s "Old Man Time" at Symphony Space, Harold Cromer’s "Broadway Medley" at Haft Theater, Derick K. Grant's Show Once Upon a Tap at The Harris Theater in Chicago, Mr. Grant's NYC Preview of Imagine Tap, Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards' Michael Jackson Tribute in A Shared Evening (with Michelle Dorrance), and Ms. Sumbry-Edwards' "Smooth Criminal" at the NYC Summer Stage Series. Arleigh has performed at some of the most prestigious venues in the world including The Apollo Theater. She also performed at Symphony Space in the moving piece "Puerto Rico, We Will Rise" by Maria Torres
Additional Television and Video Credits include the Malibu Rum Funky Dip Flashmob Commercial choreographed by Tweetie, the Step Up 3D Promo Music Video with choreography by Michelle Dorrance, the Sesame Street 40th Season, and appearances in the films Step Up 3D and Friends with Benefits.
While attending Ithaca College, Arleigh founded the Ithaca College Tap Dance Club, and conceived and co-directed the Finger Lakes Tap Dance Festival.