Stephanie Tetreault is originally from northern Virginia and has received training from top schools, including Washington Ballet under the direction of Mary Day, Maryland Youth Ballet, and Richmond Ballet. In high school, she was accepted and attended the Virginia School of the Arts, a performing arts school in Lynchburg, Virginia, directed under Petrus Bosman, a former dancer with the Royal Ballet.
During this time, she also attended many national summer dance intensives, where she received training with countless renowned professional dancers. Stephanie later graduated with a dance scholarship from Old Dominion University. She received her B.A. in Dance Education, which allowed her to equip herself further to train and choreograph for young dancers.
Her performance resume is extensive as she has had the opportunity to dance many lead roles in multiple ballets and perform internationally in Rueil-Mal Maison, France. She has been teaching dance for 20 years and successfully owned/directed Gift of Dance Academy in Fredericksburg, Virginia. There, she and her studio achieved many accolades, including choreography awards and excellence in technique awards, and was recognized by the ADCC for the education she was providing her students.
Her theatre credits include performing “One” from A Chorus Line, excerpts from Chicago; Bob Fosse’s “Frug”; excerpts from West Side Story; and roles in productions such as Peter Pan, a Disney Tribute, and Annie. She has also made appearances in the All-Star Halftime Performance on ABC Television and on NBC’s “The West Wing.”
Stephanie is excited to be at Trilogy Dance Center and is committed to providing her students with the knowledge that she has been so blessed to receive throughout her long dance career!