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Lane Dallape

Dancer, Teacher, Choreographer

Lane Dallape is a dancer, teacher, and choreographer from Suwanee, Georgia. She graduated from the high school ballet program at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts under the direction of Susan Jaffe, and received her Bachelor of Arts in Dance from Brenau University. While at Brenau, she danced in a variety of guest artist, faculty, and student works. During her time as a student, she was also a trainee with American Repertory Ballet for two years where she danced works set and staged by Aydmara Cabrera, Ethan Stiefel, Ian Hussey, Luis Napoles and Lindsay Jorgensen. Further, while in New Jersey, she is teaching at Princeton Ballet School and Vision Dance Center in ballet, modern, and contemporary.


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Artistic Statement

​Dance is an integral part of my life and who I am. I have an affinity towards dance because it continues to challenge me as both an artist and individual. There is this intriguing notion that dance has limitless boundaries for one to delve into and explore, and I am always free to express myself with personal movement. Even with choreography, the process often involves pushing boundaries. There is also this palpable level of commitment and dedication required as a dancer that gives me purpose. Dance has taught me some of my strongest core values including timeliness, respect, high standards, follow through, and more. I am thankful to understand and appreciate these values because I see the application of them pay off in everything I do.


​As an artist navigating the world, I strive to share the knowledge I’ve gained as a student, performer, choreographer, and teacher. I want to share my experiences with younger generations so they can experience the art in a meaningful, joyful way. Further, as I continue to perform, I hope to reach viewers with my passion and precision, not only giving them an aesthetically pleasing performance, but also one that reaches touches the soul. Dance is an embodiment of story and emotion, a language of its own, and I continuously aim to do the movement justice.

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