Lauren Fereno
Dance Instructor

Lauren began dancing at the age of five and is trained in ballet, pointe, lyrical, modern, jazz, hip hop, and pom. Lauren has participated in numerous dance competitions and performances and has played the Sugar Plum Fairy in the Monmouth Performing Arts Center's version of the Nutcracker Ballet. She has attended the American Contemporary Ballet Theatre and American Acadamy Ballet summer intensives for the past four years. She graduated from Howell High School as a dance major in the Fine and Performing Arts Company. Throughout her years in the performing arts, Lauren took many master choreography classes and choreographed numerous student pieces that were featured in "Eve of Choreography" in the Howell FPAC program. Lauren attended Monmouth University where she was a member of the university's award winning dance team for two years before transferring to Georgian Court University.

Danielle Schindledecker
Dance Instructor

Danielle Schindledecker has been training and performing for eighteen years and finds interest in all facets of performance due to her versatile training background. She has been lucky enough to travel internationally as a solo performer with the non-profit organization Dancers Responding to AIDS. Her traveling doesn’t stop there, as she has trained all over the country in convention and studio settings in multiple disciplines including ballet, musical theater, tap, contemporary/jazz & hip-hop. Danielle received her B.F.A. in Dance from Temple University in December 2012. Since then, she has worked professionally with Philadelphia-based modern companies, coEXISTdance and SomaticMovers. She danced in the Capezio Ace Award Winning performance “Brown Eyed Girl”, choreographed by “So You Think You Can Dance” choreographer, Al Blackstone and has assisted world-renowned teachers such as Martha Nichols, Lauren Adams and one of Justin Timberlake’s own Tennessee Kids, Dana Wilson. One of Danielle’s most memorable performance experiences occurred here in Spring Lake at Doolan’s with Cabaret for Life in the production “Fascinatin’ Ira!” Besides performing, Danielle works administratively with New York City Dance Alliance and Onstage New York dance competitions. She has also been fortunate enough to take part in New York Theatrical Event’s annual production of the Fred Astaire Awards where she has been a celebrity escort to talents such as Jacques D’Amboise and Marvin Hamlisch. Danielle also takes pride in the creative movement work she has done with young children who are with and without disabilities, under the guidance and direction of Dr. Teresa Benzwie. Danielle has taught classes and workshops throughout the New York/New Jersey region and is always inspired by her students. She is thrilled about the next step on her journey as part of the Spring Lake Community Theatre family.


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