Stephanie Campbell is a graduate of the Dance Performance Diploma Program (Honors) at George Brown College in Ontario. Stephanie received her early dance training locally at The Dance Centre, completing all Cecchetti Ballet examinations up to and including Advanced 1. Before graduating high school, she performed in Kittiwake’s production of The Nutcracker for several years, participated in many workshops, and attended a summer intensive at Quinte Ballet School of Canada. After graduating from College, Stephanie accepted a full-time position with Kittiwake Dance Theatre in 2018. Since then, she has performed the roles of Queen of Hearts and Alice in Alice and during the 2018 and 2019 provincial tour of The Nutcracker, the roles of Arabian Princess, Snow Queen and Sugar Plum Fairy, the lead role, and pas-de-deux in Carmina Burana and a solo for Shallaway Youth Choir’s Les Berceaux. She has been a member of the Mosaic Dance Company, most recently performing the role of Queen of Light in their 2018 work Canvas. In February, Stephanie was accepted to represent Newfoundland and Labrador at the National Ballet School of Canada’s Take the Lead, a leadership workshop for women and is currently teaching their Sharing Dance program in a local school, on behalf of Kittiwake. She thoroughly enjoys teaching various styles of dance including ballet, pointe, modern, contemporary, lyrical and jazz. This year, Stephanie is thrilled to be teaching at Connie Parsons School of Dance as well as The Dance Centre and Dance Studio East!