Nadine Revene

Nadine Revene began her career at age 16 with the Broadway production of Call Me Madam. While she continued her ballet training she also appeared at New York City Center in revivals of such musicals as Carousel (Louise), King and I, Kiss Me, Kate, Finian’s Rainbow, and Brigadoon. On Broadway she appeared in The Music Man starring Robert Preston and Barbara Cook.

Her professional career in ballet includes Ballet Theatre (ABT), NY City Ballet, and Pennsylvania Ballet. While dancing professionally she toured Europe, Russia and the Middle East.

Ms. Revene has 30 years of teaching experience. In addition to owning her own studio in New York City, she taught at Ballet Arts, Alvin Ailey Dance Center and privately.

Brooke Bunton

Brooke is a former student of Viktor who has not limited herself to any method or genre of dance. She was fortunate enough to train in Vaganova, ISTD, and Cecchetti, but her passion for the art really developed in her jazz, hip hop, and contemporary training. While attending Duquesne University, Brooke was a member of the university’s Dance Theater Company which gave her the opportunity to grow further as both a dancer and choreographer. She was able to set several pieces on the company, teach classes, and sit on their board. Living in Pittsburgh also gave her the chance to be cast in multiple pieces with Exhalations Dance Theatre, a budding dance company. After accepting a job in Lancaster, Brooke returned in 2017 where she quickly dove back into teaching, setting pieces, and helping choreograph theater shows. She’s excited be back in the VYIBA family and aid in developing students that are pursuing their love of dance.

Stephanie Morales

Stephanie Morales is a graduate from Belhaven University with her BA in Dance. During her time at Belhaven, Stephanie had the privilege to work with choreographers such as Vincent Hardy, Sheron Wray, Kim Nofsinger, Kellis McSparrin-Oldenburg and Brandon Mitchell as well as the faculty from her university. Much of her training was heavily focused in ballet and modern, but throughout the years has received training in other styles such as jazz and hip-hop. As a native from Lancaster, she has had the blessing of training at Viktor Yeliohin International Ballet Academy and Lancaster School of Ballet where she participated in there company performances. Stephanie is excited to be back home teaching and is looking forward to share her college experiences and training with her students.

Lily Oglesby

Lily trained in dance and theater at Milwaukee Ballet School, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Wesleyan University, The American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, and in London at The Central School of Speech and Drama. She has taught, choreographed, directed and performed dance and theater in the U.S., England, Ecuador and Brazil. She also completed her MFA in Choreography from Wilson College this past spring.  Recently, she choreographed and performed in Berks Opera’s “Faust” with James Valenti.  She also recently performed her own solo work at Movement Research in New York City.  She presently teaches modern dance at Dickinson College.

Emily Meola

Emily Meola found her love of dance at the age of 5, starting out in ballet and continuing her dance education into jazz, lyrical, tap, contemporary, hip hop, etc. Emily grew up in the competition world, winning multiple titles, special awards, overall scores, and scholarships, and easily transitioned into a professional dance career directly out of high school. 
Performance credits include: Elf The Musical (Fulton Theatre), Dance Explosion (American Music Theatre), Philly Nutt Crak-Up (Keswick Theatre), Beyond Genesis (Mélange Contemporary Dance Company), I Want My MTV: The Sound of a Generation (Steel River Playhouse), Sparks the Stage (ContempraDance Theatre). She has studied at Broadway Dance Center as part of their Summer Professional Semester, where she had the chance to perform at the Symphony Space in Manhattan under the instruction of Wes Veldink and April Cook.
While she is still young as a choreographer, her work has already been seen on many professional and competition stages, as well as fundraising and community events on the east coast.
Whether performing, teaching, or choreographing, Emily loves to get herself into everything she can in the dance world. She strongly believes in the art and storytelling, and tries to push herself and her students to find those strange and odd places that make dance so incredible. 

Katelyn Coryell

Katelyn is a Lancaster County Native who recently moved back to the area after receiving her BFA in Musical Theater from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She has trained classically for 18 years. Her training has included ballet, pointe, modern, tap, jazz, hip hop, partnering, musical theater rep, and many different styles of social dances. Katelyn has as much of a passion for teaching as she does for dancing herself and cannot wait to get to know the dancers at Viktor’s this year! 

Anne Meeder

Anne Meeder works professionally as a dance and drama educator in the Lancaster area and brings a wealth of stage experience as a dancer, actor, singer, director/choreographer.  She is a member of the Grant Street Dance Company.  Anne holds a B.S. degree in Speech, Communications and Theatre Arts from Clarion State University.  She is a professional member of NDEO – The National Dance Education Organization – where she served as a professional presenter in the field of Arts Integration.  She holds an Associate 1 in the Cecchetti Council of America Teachers Examination.