DTF Staff

Julia (Ballet, Pointe, Lyrical): Julia started her dance career with Mo Holland Dance Studio at the age of four. After five years of training, she decided to leave dance to pursue other activities. She quickly realized her passion for the art and returned to world of dance with Dance Theatre Fairbanks. She continued training with DTF through high school, during which she attended two international dance festivals. After graduating, she became an instructor at DTF, teaching ballet, pointe, and lyrical.

Kassie (Creative Movement, Primary Ballet, Ballet 1)

Logan (Tiny Tots Tap, Primary Tap and Jazz)

Nick (Musical Theater and Hip Hop)

Sara (Tap): Sara was born and raised in Fairbanks, AK and has been dancing  since she was seven years old. That’s 13 years! Her primary dance studio while growing up, where she trained and performed, was Dance Theatre Fairbanks. She also attended Northstar Ballet for a semester and participated in their production of The Nutcracker. Locally, she has attended the Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival for multiple years, the Northstar ballet summer intensive, and past DTF summer camps.  Other experiences include a variety of 1-4 week long summer dance intensives out of state. She attended the ABT summer intensive in Bermuda twice, two back-to-back Intensives at Ballet Arizona, and one at Ballet West in Utah. She has also participated at Dance Excellence in L.A., California three times. She was inspired to start dancing after attending a showing of The Little Match Girl when she was seven, and over a decade later she achieved the role of the little match girl in the remake of the production during her last full time year as a student at DTF.

Seneca (Contemporary):  Seneca was born and raised in Burns Lake B.C., Canada. She began dancing at age nine. Trained in Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Lyrical and Musical Theatre, she has also tried many other styles from Salsa to Hip-Hop to Break Dancing and African beats. After graduation Seneca continued in the studio teaching classes and choreographing dances. After a long break from dancing to start a family and a new life in Alaska, Seneca is excited to be back in a studio sharing her passion.