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ADDRESS

1730 EAST CUSTER ST

Laramie, WY 82070

(307) 287-9413
laramiedancestudioB@gmail.com

 

 

 

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Meet Our Team

Brianna Boyle

Creative, Ballet, Pointe, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Yoga Barre, Adult Ballet, Private Classes

Lizzy Harrison

Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Creative, Pointe

FACULTY

 

The faculty is oftentimes the ingredient that makes a dance studio thrive. They invest many hours of personal time inside and outside the studio. At DANCE STUDIO B , the faculty are role-models for our young dancers. They exhibit kindness, compassion, and an interest in the lives of our students. On the technical side, all faculty is required to have professional experience as well as up-to-date certifications and degree studies. The faculty are provided with training in the latest dance trends and demonstrate expertise in a variety of dance techniques. 

 

 

​BRIANNA BOYLE, 
Owner, Dance Instructor
SAG-AFTRA.  RYT-500 ASHTANGA YOGA.
 
B.A. Theatre and Dance

 

Brianna Boyle has been dancing for over 25 years. In 2001, Ms. Brianna took her studies to China where she was an Ambassador for the United States in the International Folk Dance Festival. Ms. Brianna danced with the Tucson Ballet (2004) as well as studied with companies such as Alonzo King's LINES (2007), Pilobolus (2008), RDT (2009), and Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane (2012).  She is an alumna of the University of Wyoming where she danced lead roles as the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker and Cinderella in From the Ashes: A Cinderella Ballet. In 2013, Ms. Brianna moved to Los Angeles to dance professionally in the TV and Film Industry. Her repertoire includes dancing for Nick Cannon on his new, Nickelodeon show "Party Park", Sony Commercial "White Party", and dancing for Stacey Tookey, Jaci Royal, Kitty McNamee, and the LA Contemporary Dance Company.
   With over a decade of teaching experience, Ms. Brianna excels in working with all ages and experiences. She has been the owner and director of Laramie's premier dance studio for 6 years. Ms. Brianna considers herself to be blessed with an amazing Dance Family that inspires her each day!

 

Lizzy Harrison, 
Associate of Arts in Dance Performance
Faculty
Lizzy Harrison began her journey in dance at Premiere School of Dance in Thornton, Colorado. She studied further at Dancer’s Edge Studio in Brighton, Colorado, where she danced until graduating high school, and later returned to teach. Lizzy pursued her love of dance on a scholarship at Casper College, where she earned an Associate of Arts in Dance Performance. She received training in Ballet, Modern, Tap, Jazz, African, and Fosse under Jodi Youmans-Jones and Aaron Wood as well as visiting artists from dance companies such as Soul Street, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Company, and Repertory Dance Theater. She performed in Casper College Mainstage productions including An Adaptation of Charlotte’s Web, Contemporary Dance Concert, Mary Poppins the Musical, and A Rock and Roll Fantasy Contemporary Dance Concert. Her work has been selected to be performed in numerous Casper College Showcases including solos, duets, and her own choreography in group pieces.
 
Lizzy has taught dance for three years in the Denver metro area at Dancer’s Edge, Hudson Public Library, and Flatirons Dance, and Dance Evolutions in Casper, offering ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, lyrical, modern, and hip hop. She is excited to continue to share her love of dance with the Laramie community while she completes a Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Wyoming. Lizzy believes that dance is a beautiful expression of kindness, creativity, and strength for the purpose of communicating ideas and concepts while encouraging one another and building self esteem and community. Fostering an atmosphere that encourages dancers to be confident, loving, and accepting of both themselves and others, is of top priority in her teaching. She strives to create a fun and safe environment where her students feel comfortable to fully express themselves and are unafraid to make mistakes. She loves creating fun combinations with the little dancers as well as guiding older students in their personal journey of artistry. Her end goal is to become a dance therapist working with adolescents struggling with mental illness and will pursue a masters degree in Dance Therapy upon graduating the University of Wyoming.