Welcome to our Studio!
Welcome to our Studio!
Brooke Huebner, born and raised in Newport Beach, California. She trained at Classical Dance Academy, under her mother & former Joffrey Ballet dancer, Elizabeth Molak-Huebner. She trained summers at Ballet West Academy, American Ballet Theatre New York City, and Radio City Rockettes invitational. She graduated from the University of Utah Ballet Department in 2018, where she performed in works from notable choreographers Gerald Arpino, George Balanchine, August Bournonville, as well as upcoming choreographers Penny Saunders, Michele Wiles, Eloy Barragan. After graduating, she spent a year at Nevada Ballet Theatre, under Roy Kaiser, where she worked with Ben Stevenson, Septime Webre, Tiit Helimets, along with Cirque du Soleil. In 2019 she guested with Aspen Santa Fe Ballet's "The Nutcracker". Besides performing, Brooke loves teaching, choreographing and sharing her passion for dance with the future generations. She was awarded the Outstanding Choreography award at the Youth America Grand Prix in 2017 & 2018.
Nom-L , has always dreamt of becoming a professional dance choreographer. After dancing from age 5 to 13, Nom-L began choreographing for various dance groups and events. He received training from Cindy Littlefield-Jundy. Allowing him to choreograph a piece in the Antelope Valley College's Dance Dimensions, "Journey through Breath," at 14 years of age, he was able to learn stage lighting, stage presentation as well as stage positioning. He has also taken on the role as the Performing Company Director position for Extensions Performing Arts Academy. Nom-L has also choreographed and danced on tour for Disney Recording Artist, "Anna Margaret." He furthered his skills by continuing to take jazz, ballet, modern, contemporary and many other dance styles at various dance studios in the Los Angeles and Antelope Valley areas. While currently working on his second year as a parade performer at the Disneyland Resort, Nom-L enjoys taking time out to continue his dance training.
Candice has a love of people and a passion for teaching dance. Candice’s tenure in teaching dance spans more than 40 years starting as the supervisor for the City of Anaheim Dance Program, as well as one of the instructors in ballet and jazz. Her teaching experience ranges from age 3 through adult in various genres including ballet, jazz, ballroom and disco. Candice has an Associate of Arts Degree in Dance from Santa Ana Community College, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree and secondary teaching credential in physical education with an emphasis in dance from California State University at Long Beach.
Candice was honored to have been selected as a professional cheerleader entertainer for the Los Angeles Rams for three consecutive years.
Candice’s goal is to assist dancers in attaining their goals in dance, as well as promoting self-esteem, confidence and presence. Her focus is on technique followed by artistry.
Raised in Bellingham, Washington Jessie began her dance training at age 7. In 2016 she graduated from the University of Wyoming with a B.F.A in Dance Science. In school she trained with the Mark Morris Dance Company, The Limon Dance Company, The Joffrey Ballet as well as professors Lawrence Jackson, Marsha Fay Knight and Margret Wilson. Outside of school performances she has also trained with the Radio City Rockettes, Anaheim Ballet Fuse Dance co. and Backhaus Dance. Jessie has a strong passion for musical theater, performing in productions such as Beauty and the Beast, West Side Story, The Producers and 42nd Street at various theaters in Southern California. Jessie is an avid tapper and has continued her tap training with choreographers Rhonda Malkin and Traci Reszetylo from New York. She studied dance for a semester while abroad in London, England and has also performed in Japan and Australia.
Jessie moved to Southern California in 2016 where she is now dancing at Disneyland, Legoland and is a company member in Emergent Dance Co. You can currently catch her performing in the Disney’s Electrical Parade, Mickey and Friends Cavalcade and LEGOFriends Beach Mission!
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Thursday December 15 @ 5:00pm & 6:15pm
Friday December 16 @ 5:00pm & 6:15pm
Saturday December 17 @ 10:00am, 11:15am & 12:30pm
So excited to share the Magic of the Holiday Season with Family and Friends