Cindy Nunweiler is the Director/Owner of Dance Theatre of Greenville. She brings her 30+ years of teaching and choreographic experience to the studio along with her tenacity for dance education. She strives to create positive learning environments where children and young adults can thrive and yet still be challenged to take the next step. Her work has been featured in Artisphere, at Furman University for their spring showcase, and most recently at the Mauldin Cultural Center with the Mauldin City Singers. As one of the first BA in Dance graduates of DeSales University, Cindy was a founding member of the Young Choreographer’s Series and the DeSales Le Tour de Dance touring company both of which still exists at the university today. She paved a way for dancers not only in her hometown of Allentown, PA but now in Greenville, SC.
Cindy is also the Artistic Director of the DTG Performance Company which is the Upstate’s only contemporary pre-professional dance company.
Ginny Lynn Brown fell in love with Ballet right here in Greenville, SC. She began her training at age 3 and has been dancing, teaching, and performing ever since. Through grade school she studied Ballet, Tap, and Jazz at the School of Dance Arts in Florence, SC. She became a member of the South Carolina Dance Theatre company in 1994 and enjoyed many years of performing her favorite ballet, The Nutcracker. Ginny Lynn trained under Pat Miller and Philip Burnham. While achieving her degree in Business Management from Clemson University in 2006, she spent most of her extra time in the studio. Ginny Lynn was the Ballet Teacher for the Clemson Dancers from 2003-2006. She also performed with the Clemson Dancers in all areas of dance from Pointe to Clogging all four years. In 2005, Ginny Lynn was accepted into the very first year of Clemson’s University Dance Company. She also enjoyed performing musicals with the theatre department at Clemson. Ginny Lynn was the President of the Clemson Shag and Ballroom Club and still enjoys teaching Shag today. In 2013, she started a small Ballet program for the YMCA in Duncan, SC and has run that program for the last few years.
From the age of 2, Olivia Gould was involved in dance. Continuing the beginnings of dance, she started dancing competitively and realized her passion for the art form. Through her childhood, she studied all dance styles including ballet, jazz, tap, modern, acro/tumbling, hip hop, and pointe. As a result of her 16 years of training, she decided to attend Anderson University’s South Carolina School of the Arts for the next 4 years. She then earned her bachelor’s degree in Dance while minoring in Theatre. Here she fell in love with the art of dance education which sparked a fire to teach! Beginning in fall of 2020, she entered the workforce at Dance Theatre of Greenville and has loved every minute of it!
An alumnae of Dance Theatre of Greenville, Brooke Hasse began dancing at 5 years old in tap, jazz, ballet, pointe, and modern styles. During that time Brooke was apart of DTG competition team and later was a founding member of the DTG Performance Company. She returned to DTG to continue her passion in 2020 to teach tap and jazz! Brooke is also pursuing her degree in nursing and will be graduating this December with her BSN.
Peyton Lemen is a dancer, performer, artist and teacher, beginning her training right here at Dance Theatre of Greenville. She graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in the study of dance. Peyton’s strengths as an artist and teacher are guided by her educational and creative experiences. Attending a ballet conservatory, several ballet summer intensives, including Houston Ballet and Boston Ballet, as well as a fine arts high school, all impacted her passion for dance. The broad education she received in both ballet and contemporary ballet at Florida State University has given her the tools to perform and teach a wide range of ages, abilities and styles.
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