Brittany has been involved in Sue Darrow's School of Dance in one way or another since the age of four. When she began working at the studio in 2004 she realized her true passion was for teaching and directing, and since 2013 owning and managing the studio. Feel free to contact Brittany if you have any questions about the school! She, and the rest of the staff, is looking forward to welcoming you to the dance family!
Here at Brittany's School of Dance, we foster a community of professional and well-rounded dancers. We encourage dancers to be involved in other extra curricular activities and thrive in everything they do. Our staff is well-trained, energetic, and supportive to create an atmosphere where students feel safe and valued.
Jenna Roeske started dancing at age 4, completing most of her training at Mirror Image Dance Academy in West Bend. Jenna started student teaching at age 14, taking over her own classes at age 17. She has taught all genres and ages, but specializes in jazz and tap. She danced competitively all throughout high school, and she is thrilled to co-coach competition at Brittany's. Jenna is also the varsity dance coach at Sheboygan Lutheran High School. This is her second year teaching at Brittany's.
Maren started dancing with Sue Darrow at the age of 5. Throughout her years at the studio, she studied ballet, tap, jazz, and pointe as well as attended dance workshops along the way with Sue that were instructed by professional dancers. Maren was also in the Dancescape Ballet Company for a number of years. Dance has always been a passion of hers and she truly enjoys teaching students technique and choreography in a positive and fun environment!!
Molly began taking classes from Sue Darrow's at the age of 3. She studied tap, jazz, ballet, pointe, and hip hop throughout her childhood and was a dedicated member of both the Dancescape Ballet Company and the Ultimate Tap/Jazz Company. In high school, Molly was a 4-year member of Kiel High School's Varsity Dance Team and served as a captain her junior year. While attending college in Indiana, Molly danced in and choreographed for the Valparaiso University Dance Ensemble and studied jazz, lyrical, tap, and contemporary styles. Besides teaching at the studio, Molly also currently coaches JV Dance Team at Lutheran High School in Sheboygan.
Harmony started dancing at Sue Darrow's School of Dance the age of 3. She studied tap, ballet, hip-hop, jazz, and pointe. She participated in the Dancescape Ballet Company and the Ultimate Tap/Jazz Company. In high school, she was a member of the Kiel Raiderette dance team. In her classes at the studio, Harmony strives to teach in a way where each dancer will understand the technique and choreography and make the classes as enjoyable as possible.