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Lauren Satink

Lauren Satink was raised in Wadsworth, Ohio and started dancing at Northeast Ohio Dance when she was five years old. Lauren fell in love with not only ballet, but also took classes in jazz, modern and hip hop. She found joy in each style of dance and how it helped her become a well-rounded dancer. Lauren was part of NEOD’s company for six years. During her years with the company, she performed many lead roles in NEOD’s annual production of the Nutcracker. Two of her favorite roles were Snow Queen and the Sugar Plum Fairy. She also loved performing in the company’s Spring Gala and NEOD’s year-end recital. She enjoyed performing the lead in “A Life Unlived” for the 2018 Spring Gala. Over the summer, Lauren took the opportunities to study at other dance schools. She did summer intensives at the Dance Institute, BalletMet, Ad Deum, Inlet Dance Theatre and Ballet 5:8. She also spent time choreographing liturgical dances for her church. Academically standing, Lauren was a highly focused student and graduated high school with Summa Cum Laude. After graduating in 2020, Lauren decided to continue her dance training as a trainee with Ballet 5:8 in Chicago for their 2020 - 2021 season. She is currently dancing as a trainee with Inlet Dance Theatre, which is a modern dance company in Cleveland, Ohio.

Angela Scott

My name is Angela Scott. I started dancing at Northeast Ohio Dance when I was four years old. I loved all types of dance but my main passion was for ballet. I was part of NEOD's company for four years. I have performed many roles in NEOD's Nutcracker; from a little Polichinelle and Angel to lead Marzipan(Nutcracker 2003). I also loved performing in NEOD's end of the year recital and enjoyed performing the lead role of the Lilac Fairy in Sleeping Beauty(recital 2004). I am honored to have danced with Northeast Ohio Dance and thankful for the opportunity to share the joy of dance with others.

Amelia Foreman

Amelia Foreman was born and raised in Jacksonville, FL, and has been dancing since she was ten. She started out as a competitive gymnast. Amelia has trained in ballet, contemporary, jazz, tap, hip-hop, pointe, lyrical, character jazz, musical theatre, acrobatics and modern technique. Amelia started dancing at Academy of Dance, in Jacksonville, Fl. Her first two years of college, Amelia attended Florida State College at Jacksonville, where she was in “danceWORKS” Repertory Company. She graduated from Troy University, as a dance major of the Department of Theatre and Dance. Training includes the Florida Ballet, Orlando Ballet, Joffrey Ballet and Alonzo King Lines Ballet summer intensives. She has danced with the Montgomery Ballet and is currently dancing with Inlet Dance Theatre. She also participated in the DAP Festival and performed multiple times in Italy. Amelia has taught at Academy of Dance, Dance 4 Life, The Company Performance Center, Patti Rutland Jazz, the Montgomery Ballet. Currently she is teaching at Solon Center for the Arts,Lakeshore Dance and Gymnastics Cleveland City Dance and North East Ohio Dance.