This apprentice company prepares dancers for the Dance One Contemporary Ballet Company. They perform in the Company Spring Concert, as well as locally and at Hershey Park.
We are proud to announce the new company members for 2017 – 2018
Emily Ann Berhammer started dancing at the age of four. She loves to dance and is currently studying Pointe, Ballet, and Modern at Dance One Studios. This is her first year in DOCBT II. Emily is in the 7th grade at Immaculate Conception Academy in Douglassville. She is an active Cadette in her Twin Valley Girl Scouts Service Unit. She loves to dance and help others in her community. Emily also enjoys sewing, baking, drawing and painting. Just look for the girl with the huge smile.
Victoria Loomis has been dancing since she was 2 years old. Dance One has been her studio for the past 3 years. She is currently in sixth grade in the Owen J. Roberts School District. This is her first time in DOCBT II and she is excited to go on this journey! In the future her goal is to be a professional dancer and then a dance teacher. In her free time, she likes to have fun with her friends.
Audrey Porch has been dancing since she was four years old at Dance One. She is currently 14 years old and is in 8th grade. She has studied jazz, ballet, modern, and pointe. Audrey hopes to become a dance teacher or a photographer. In her spare time, she likes to hang out with friends.
Cattie Simpson is a 9th grade student at Owen J Roberts High School. Cattie has studied ballet, modern, pointe, jazz, and tap during her three years with Dance One Studios. Cattie has performed at Kutztown University and Dorney Park as well as participating in many dance workshops. This will be Cattie’s second year dancing with DOCBT II. Cattie plans to study dance at college. When not dancing she can be found doing volunteer work, hanging out with her friends and teaching her dog tricks.
Phoebe Weber is a homeschooled eighth-grader from Oley. She discovered Dance One at the age of five when she attended Princess Camp, and has continued to dance ever since. She has primarily studied ballet, pointe and modern. When she’s not at the studio, she’s the goalie for the Oley Valley Middle School soccer team, enjoys art, sewing, baking, and loves all things penguins and pineapples. She is very excited for her first year in DOCBT II!
Ellie Weyer has been taking dance since she was six years old and is really excited for company this year. Ellie is in eighth grade at Twin Valley Middle School where she is the secretary of the student Leo club. Her favorite subjects are Science and English. As an adult she would like to study zoology and work with animals. When she is not at school she is doing select chorus, dancing, or reading. Ellie also loves to be with her family and her pets, especially her bird LouLou.