Stephanie Salerno - Director

Miss Stephanie began dancing at the age of six in New York. She studied ballet, tap, jazz and specialized in acrobatics. Stephanie's dance training helped her significantly when she became a competitive gymnast on the Junior Olympic team. Stephanie has been teaching for over 15 years, with the focus on acrobatics and team gymnastics. She enjoys sharing her love of dance with children of all ages, whether it be the beginner dancer in their first ballet class, or the most advanced acrobat. In her spare time, Stephanie is mom to Melina and Emma, both of whom share her passion for dance and acrobatics.

Bryanna Fallen - Managing Director

Since Dance Theatre opened its doors in Wellington in 2008, Bryanna has strived to make Dance Theatre a studio that is warm and welcoming to each and every student that walks through the door. Bryanna has always been passionate about dancing and to be able to watch the students grow in their dance education at Dance Theatre has been an amazing journey over the years. Bryanna studied Business and Management at Palm Beach State College when she moved to Florida with her family in 1989 from Upstate New York. Bryanna is married to Howie and is mom to Jesse, Tayler & Jordan.

Jewelie Rhodes - Receptionist

Since starting work at Dance Theatre in 2014, Jewelie has enjoyed helping the parents and children at the studio, along with being immersed in their dance accomplishments. Her previous employment includes, restaurant shift manager; receptionist and accounts payable for a newspaper; and her continued work as Assistant to the Director for Wellington Collegiate Academy. She began her love for dance when she started classes in elementary school. She continued with dance through high school, and even a bit in college. With years of experience in customer service positions and her love for dance, working at Dance Theatre is a perfect match. When not working she spends her time with her husband, Matt, and their five children, or in some sort of creative endeavor.

Kimberly Davis Bruce - Artistic Director & DTX Team Coordinator

Currently serves as Artistic Director at Dance Theatre. Originally from North Carolina, Kimberly received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance and Drama from East Carolina University. Upon graduation she continued her dance training under scholarship at NC School of the Arts, the American Conservatory of Dance and Gus Giordano Dance Chicago. She has extensive pageant experience earning her numerous titles, awards, and scholarships. Kimberly developed quite a diverse performance career with Ballet and Musical Theatre companies and traveled the world choreographing and performing on Crown and Cunard Cruise Lines. She is a member of the Actor's Equity Association. Some of her dance highlights here at Dance Theatre include leading the Dance team to many titles and top awards such as Grand Champions at Starbound Nationals and Showstoppers, Top Finalist in the International Dance Challenge Senior Division, numerous Best Choreography awards, and opening number for the 2004 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. Adding to that list in November Kimberly will be leading another talented group of our dancers to perform in the 2016 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Currently in her 21st season here at Dance Theatre.

Daniel Sarabia

In 1993 Daniel Sarabia joined the Provincial School of Ballet Alejo Carpentier in Havana, and graduated from the Cuban National Ballet School in 2002. He won Bronze Medal at the International Ballet Competition of Havana in 1998, the Silver Medal in 1999 and also the prize for “Young Revelation”, and in 2002 he won the Gold Medal. He began his pro career with the Cuban National Ballet in 2002. After two years dancing with the company he moved to the United States, where that year he won the Silver Medal in the New York International Ballet Competition. He danced with the Boston Ballet[7][8] in 2005-2006, the Miami City Ballet in 2007. In addition to teaching at Dance Theatre, Daniel currently dances professionally traveling the World making guest appearances.

Charlotte Campagnuolo

Charlotte Campagnuolo began training at the age of 3 at The Academy of Ballet Florida. She attended both the Bak Middle School of the Arts and The Alexander W. Dreyfoos Jr. School of the Arts as a dance major. After attending the American Ballet Theatre, New York City summer program in 2005 she was named a National Training Scholar and was accepted into The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre on a full scholarship. She was one of only 20 dancers from around the world to be accepted into the school. Charlotte was only 15 years old, making her the youngest dancer to be placed in the advanced level at JKO. In 2008, Charlotte was given the honor of being hand chosen by Susan Jaffe to travel and perform an original Pas De Deux by Ms. Jaffe herself. Charlotte is now dedicated and focused on teaching young girls the Art of Dance. She has a true love for the Art which can be seen through her passion for teaching.

Kimberly Miller

Kimberly began her dancing career at a very young age in Lake Forest, Illinois. In high school she developed a very strong passion for the art of dance and knew it was something she could not go without. While attending college in Massachusetts and working towards her dance minor, Kimberly participated in the contemporary dance ensemble and was the captain of the dance team leading her team to nationals in Disney. Her college dancing experience also gave her the opportunity to learn from extraordinary choreographers and perform some of their works on stage. After graduating college with a degree in Elementary Education, Kimberly attempted to find a home in the education world teaching at a local public school but after a year realized dance was something that needed to remain in her life. She now has been teaching various styles of dance including lyrical, jazz, poms, and contemporary for the past three years. Kimberly has recently made Florida her home and this is her second year with Dance Theatre. She loves coming to work everyday where she is able to share her excitement and passion for dance with her students. She is so proud of each and every one of her amazing dancers!

Haley Campbell

Born and raised in Massachusetts, Haley began her dance training at a small local studio, studying ballet, jazz, contemporary, pointe and hip-hop. In 2012, Haley graduated from the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, Florida where she had the privilege of working with choreographers and teachers such as Troy Powell, Margo Sappington, Stefanie Batten Bland, Billy Bell and Jan Hanniford-Goetz. In addition to her high school dance training, Haley has attended prestigious summer intensives, including Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. Haley is a graduate of Point Park University where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in dance. During her time at Point Park, Haley trained under esteemed faculty including Judith Leifer-Bentz, Garfield Lemonius, Rubén Graciani, Matt Pardo and Shana Simmons. In 2014, she was cast in Martha Graham’s “Steps in the Street” performed at the Byham Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Haley has also been fortunate enough to perform with Billy Bell’s Lunge Dance Collective and is a current member of Maria Konrad’s REACH Dance: A Theater Collective. In the fall of 2015, Haley began dancing for The Dancer’s Space and was selected to perform works by reputable, regional and international choreographers such as Kyra Jean Green, Sung Yong Kim and Danielle Armstrong.

Cassandra Adair

Cassandra Adair is a West Palm Beach native who has been teaching dance for over four years. She graduated high school from Alexander W. Dreyfoos school of the arts and now attends Palm Beach Atlantic University, studying psychology and dance. Cassandra has experience in cheerleading, acro, pom, but has found a home in teaching hiphop. She's done work with students with disabilities and wants to use dance as a therapy for the handicapped, trauma inflicted, and economically disadvantaged.