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Lane Dallape is an emerging 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. During her time at Brenau, she performed in various guest artist, faculty, and student works including Paquita restaged by Amy Jacques, and a sum of other pieces in the dance department’s spring showcase, Vortex. She also had the opportunity to choreograph on her peers, setting ballet and contemporary works. Prior to Dallape’s time spent on campus, she completed a two year trainee program with American Repertory Ballet where she had the pleasure of working with individuals Ethan Stiefel, Aydmara Cabrera, Rebecca Maso, and Ian Hussey. Some of her memorable roles with the school and company include Myrtha in Giselle, and the Spanish Pas de Deux in The Nutcracker. Most recently, she had the pleasure of dancing with Visions Contemporary Ballet in New York City for their performance of Humility and Faith.


In addition to her performance experience, Dallape teaches classes in modern and ballet, and sets recital pieces on her students at Vision Dance Center in Dayton, New Jersey. She has also subbed for ballet technique classes, both in the school division and in adult open enrollment at Princeton Ballet School and now regularly teaches there. Her experience extends to the administrative side as well, as she works the front desk for Princeton Ballet School, works as a manager in her other part time job, and has experience co-coordinating events at Brenau University.


Mission Statement

To use my knowledge of dance as a performer, teacher, and creator to spread exposure of the art form and continue to maintain values of respect, high standards, and dedication that I have learned to use and appreciate.

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