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Dance Alumni Stories


   Interview with Clea Ivenson 

Our graduates are working in all aspects of the arts and entertainment industry. Some of our recognized GBC Dance alumni include:


Neve Campbell, television and film actor
Kathleen Rea, Choreographer and former National Ballet dancer
Clea Iveson


Tara Roberts (P102, 2004) is dancing with Ballet Espressivo and worked as a rehearsal assistant with Ballet Jorgen Canada's Nutcracker Youth Cast.

Missy Kitching (P101, 2002/ P102, 2004) is dancing for Carnival Cruise Lines.

Rachel Zinck (P102, 2004) is dancing for Carnival Cruise Lines.

Angela Adams (P101, 2004) is attending York University in the Department of Dance.

Brooke Szeltner (P101, 2004) is attending York University in the Department of Dance.

Tania Dalla-Zuanna (P102, 2004) is attending York University in the Department of Dance.

Krista-Lee Molnar-Penny (P101, 2003) is currently dancing with Carnival Cruise Lines.

Karlie Bracken (P101, 2003) is dancing for Carnival Cruise Lines.

Elizabeth Snell and Bronwyn Shaw (P102, 1999) have just opened Artist's Play Studio Theatre in Toronto's East end.

Zak Kearns (P101, 2003/P103, 2004) is currently dancing with Blaze Entertainment and appearing on a Dance Instruction television program on BMT Television.

Cecilia Cantú and Robert Gontier (P103, 2004) will be teaching vocal and acting classes for a Musical Theatre Workshop in Monterrey Mexico this January, along with George Brown Dance Faculty member, Ray Hogg who will be instructing the dance portion.

Melissa Beeby (P101 2003/ P103, 2004) is teaching ballet, jazz, hip hop and tap at the Academy of Dance in Peterborough, ON. Her students range in age from three years to adults. She is also choreographing for the studio's competition team.

Sonia Awad (P103, 2004) is a member of The HoneyKats and will be performing in January at the Dance Ontario Weekend.


Dance's class acts of '05
January 2005

Toronto's growing multicultural makeup is behind explosion of talent in all forms of movement The brightest young feet (and faces) run the gamut of what's available here, writes Susan Walker [Read the article...]



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