Originally from northwest Pennsylvania, is an accomplished drummer and master carpenter. He studied mime with the Catholic Biblical School and received his training with Ballet Arts Theater under the direction of Paul Noel Fiorino. David has danced in over 15 Nutcrackers, The Three Cornered Hat, Peter and the Wolf, (Narrated by John Hickenlooper).Rappichinis Daughter, and numerous other productions. For 12 years David has partnered with Teri Westerman , Director of Spoke-N-Motion presenting wheelchair dance. Moving to Berthoud in 2001 and opening Berthoud Dance Company in 2003. David continues to bring quality performances to Berthoud, Loveland, Longmont and the surrounding communities. David would like to thank Tom and Joyce Jones for their continued support!
From there she began her journey exploring dance taking classes with Canyon Concert Ballet, Ballet Ariel, BNC, Access to Excess with instructors such as Gwen Bowen, Peggy Gallegher, Ixcel Whitcher, Patricia Renzettie, Gregory Gonzalas, Ilena Norton and many more brilliant teachers.
Robyn is currently with Ballet Ariel and recently toured to Casper Wyoming, and continues to teach choreograph, and dance with Berthoud Dance Company.
Savannah hopes to get her teaching degree and loves passing on her passion for dance to her students. At only sixteen, she will be in her second year with Berthoud Dance Company and has a special bond with all her students."It's not all about moves; it's about telling a story without words" Her energy and enthusiasm are obvious when she steps into the studio.
Savannah would like to thank her family for their support and B.D.C. for this great opportunity.
True II Form Dance Group
True II Form Dance Group was founded in 2002, by Artistic Director Kevin O'Keefe. Since it’s inception, True II Form has been moving Colorado audiences to the beat of hip hop culture. In an effort to educate the public about the unity, freedom of self-expression and foundation elements that are hip hop; True II Form performs and teaches throughout Colorado. In 2005-2007 the group produced two full-length hip hop dance productions. Having a successful run in Loveland and Denver, “The Art Gallery” used dance, visual, art, and slam poetry to demonstrate the journey hip hop has had in our society. In “Uprooted Funk” True II Form collaborated with local musicians and a beat-boxer to create a funky fusion of live music and hip hop dance, while paying homage to the influence of funk music on today’s hip hop culture. “Uprooted Funk” played to packed audiences in Loveland and Boulder. True II Form provides their community with a positive inclusive view of hip hop; in doing so they are a favorite at local b-boy jams, colleges, and festivals.
When I quit competing at age 17 I still danced, I would never be able to give it up completely. I joined a non-competition group at my studio,
and danced for the Lake Orion High School Dance Team. After high school I took a couple classes in college, tap, and ballet, my two favorites. Now I'm here, getting to teach something I love to do, and it is awesome! Thanks.