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BRIAN ROBERTS

Brian Roberts trained on scholarship at the School of American Ballet. He was a member of Boston Repertory Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet and The Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center. He earned his MA in Dance from American University in 1997. Mr. Roberts has taught and/or choreographed at many institutions including New World School of the Arts, Miami City Ballet School - where he was also the Director of Education Outreach, American University, Towson State University and Walnut Hill among others. An excerpt of his ballet Te Yashe was performed by Janet Shibata as a part of Washington Ballet's 20th Anniversary Gala at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.Brian Roberts trained on scholarship at the School of American Ballet. He was a member of Boston Repertory Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet and The Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center. He earned his MA in Dance from American University in 1997. Mr. Roberts has taught and/or choreographed at many institutions including New World School of the Arts, Miami City Ballet School - where he was also the Director of Education Outreach, American University, Towson State University and Walnut Hill among others. An excerpt of his ballet Te Yashe was performed by Janet Shibata as a part of Washington Ballet's 20th Anniversary Gala at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

The Dance Academy of Stoneham Dance instruction

KELLY SEIBOLD

Kelly started dancing when she was two years old at her mother's dance studio in Stoneham. She trained in ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, and hip hop with Susan Woods, Lindsay Fresco, Nancy Boudreau, Katie Pesce, David Connolly, and Ashley Macleod. She began teaching dance at age 15 and taught in Stoneham and at other various schools in Massachusetts; she also had the opportunity to be a guest teacher on St. Maarten, NA for Motiance Dance Center. When she moved to New York, she was fortunate enough to find Steps on Broadway to be her home away from home. There, she participated in the Work/Study program and trained in ballet, jazz, contemporary, and hip hop from masters and teachers Pamela Pribisco, Dawn Hillen, Lonne Moretton, Nancy Koch, Richard Pierlon, Debbie Roshe, Lisa Harvie, Mindy Upin, and Matt Lopez, amongst others. Other master classes attended were Camille Brown, Sidra Bell, and Kenny Wormald. She performed with hip hop teachers Matt Lopez and his hip hop dancers on "The Today Show" in May of 2013.

MEGHAN CHAMPAGNE

 Meghan is a native of Stoneham, who grew up dancing locally and competing with dance teams on both regional and national levels.  Following high school, she began studying ballet at the University of New Hampshire and other dance styles at the Jeannette Neill Dance Studio in Boston.  Meghan has been teaching dance to recreational through advanced level students since 1997 and has been recognized by StarQuest dance competition for outstanding choreography.  She currently lives in Wakefield with her husband and 2 dogs and when she's not teaching dance, she enjoys running, hiking and being outdoors.

JANELLE BOUTIN

Janelle started her dance education at LaPierre School of Dance while also taking classes at Jeanette Neil's Dance Studio and Ballet Theatre of Boston. She participated in several competitions such as Dance Olympus and attended various master classes and conventions. After graduating from high school Janelle danced for Disney; she was cast in a character role in the Pocahontas Summer Spectacular Show. She then went on to study dance at UMass Amherst and performed with the UMASS dance team. She transferred into the BFA dance performance program at Oklahoma City University and performed as a member of the American Spirit Dance Company for 1 year. She has been teaching pre-ballet/pre-dance, ballet, jazz, tap and hip-hop for 12 years. Janelle continues to take professional classes in all areas of dance. She also holds a master’s degree in Education - Special Needs and has been teaching in Reading Public Schools at the elementary level for 7 years.

LINDSAY  FRESCO-FUCARILE   OWNER/DIRECTOR

As the former director and competition team coordinator of Susan Woods' Dancenters,  her knowledge in operating a dance studio is extensive. Lindsay began her training at Susan Woods' Dancenter of Stoneham at the age of four and subsequently followed her love of dance to become a teacher at age 18. She soon began to receive many awards for her teaching skills including Young Choreographers Award, Special Award For Male Choreography, and many top scoring solo and group pieces in the competition circuit. Her contagious laughter and upbeat personality continue to endear her to her students of all ages.