Nicole Fredette recently graduated with a BFA in Dance from Wright State University. Formerly trained at Dayton Dance Conservatory for 10 years, she has had the opportunity to choreograph and teach where it all started. She has trained with guest artists such as Christian Denice, and Ray Mercer, being apart of pieces they created for WSU. She has been featured in multiple repertory concerts through Dayton Dance Conservatory Company and Wright State University's Dance Program. Nicole graciously accepted the Emerging Choreography Award in 2021 for her work "Identity" at RDA's Northeast Festival (Regional Dance America). She currently teaches at Dayton Dance Conservatory and choreographs for Dayton Dance Conservatory Ensemble, Dayton Dance Conservatory Company as well as the Dayton Dragons Mini Dugout Dancers.
Kirsten Ulrich is a graduate of Point Park University with a Bachelors of Arts in Dance. Along with teaching at Dayton Dance Conservatory, Kirsten has taught for Stivers High School, University of Dayton, Wright State University, ACDFA, Dayton Ballet School, Pontecorvo Ballet Studios and other dance studios in the Dayton and Cincinnati areas. Kirsten has danced with Mam-Luft and Company Dancers, and DCDC2. She has choreographed for Stivers Dance Ensemble, University of Dayton, Gem City Ballet, Miami Valley Schools, and Cedarville Community Theater. Ms. Fricke has also judged for Nexstar Dance Competitions and auditions future Point Park students every year for their summer dance intensive.