Stephanie Bergeron is a multi-hyphenate artist based in the GTA- dancer, actor, singer, choreographer, adjudicator, and dance instructor. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts- Honours in Dance from Ryerson University (under the direction of Nadia Potts), and is proud to be a member of the Canadian Actors’ Equity Association (CAEA), Professional Adjudicators Alliance (PAA), and a Certified Progressing Ballet Technique Instructor (PBT). Ms. Bergeron is an incredibly versatile and well-rounded performer. Having trained as a competitive dancer for many years, she earned numerous top overall awards and scholarship titles in many disciplines. Ms. Bergeron regularly performs throughout Ontario, with recent credits including: The Canadian Opera Company, Telus, Manulife, Bell Technical Solutions, Honda, WestJet, Estée Lauder, Shoppers Drug Mart, Sunlife Financial, Yonge-Dundas Square (Illuminite), Toronto Pearson Airport (Rethink T3 Opening Ceremony), Cineplex/TIFF, and several independent films. Ms. Bergeron has extensive experience teaching and choreographing competitively, recreationally, privately, and in elementary, secondary, and post-secondary educational environments. She has held the position of Professor at Centennial College- Dance Performance, and has been invited as a Recurring Guest Artist and Commissioned Choreographer for Unionville High School, Claude Watson Dance at Earl Haig Secondary, Alexander Mackenzie High School, and Westmount Collegiate, as Rehearsal Mistress for Ballet Jorgen’s The Nutcracker, and as a Guest Artist for many workshops and master classes across Ontario. Ms. Bergeron’s choreography has been featured at Disneyland California, Harbourfront Centre Toronto, Pan-Am Global Fest, and in a multitude of theatres and competitive events. Ms. Bergeron regularly appears as a Ballet Specialist and All-Around Adjudicator at competitions throughout Ontario. For more information, please visit her website.

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