3DCA Faculty & Staff

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Stephanie Cureton, Instructor

Stephanie Cureton's passion for dance was sparked at the age of 3 in Fort Knox, KY. After moving back to Greenville, SC she started her training with Barbara English at English Theatre Arts. She graduated from the South Carolina Governor's School for Arts and Humanities in the dance pre-professional program.  While there she studied ballet, pointe, and modern under the direction of Lloyd Whitmore, Irina Ushakova, and Stanislav Issaev. She then went on to receive her BA in Dance/Psychology from Agnes Scott College. While there she studied Ballet, Martha Graham Modern Technique, Jazz, and Labanotation under Bridget Roosa.  Not only did she perform in the school's dance company, Studio Dance Theatre, she also choreographed several pieces for the company. She has choreographed and performed for local projects both in Atlanta and Greenville. Currently, she teaches full-time with Carolina Dance Collaborative and 3D Center of the Arts while also being a freelance performer and choreographer. She also works with English Theatre Arts as their Competition and Business Manager. In the future, she plans to pursue Graduate school with a Masters in Dance and Physical Therapy.

Ms. Stephanie teaches Conditioning, Strength, P.B.T. (Progressive Ballet Technique), Ballet, Jazz, Musical Theatre and Contemporary.