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Stacy Cantrell

Stacy’s dance career spans more than 15 years. She made her dancing debut in San Jose, California at the age of 9. After moving to Colorado she danced at local dance studios spending over 7 years as a competitive dancer. She was on the dance team for Silver Creek High School becoming Captain in her Senior year. She spent a year teaching dance and was a part of a professional dance company based out of Broomfield for 4 years before becoming PCDC’s Office Manager. Stacy looks forward to a great year at PCDC!

Kylie Cook


Kylie has been dancing for 20 years and was a competitive dancer for 8 years. She trained under many renowned choreographers and won multiple dance scholarships around the state of Colorado. She was a member of her high school dance team her freshman and sophomore year and was Captain of the cheer team her junior and senior year. During this time she won All-American three years in a row for the Universal Dance and Cheer Association. In Kylie’s Junior year, she followed in her sister’s foot steps and cheered in the 86th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. After high school, she danced for the Colorado Eagles for two years and is now a member of the Denver Nuggets Dancers. Kylie is excited to share her love of dance with her students.

Janelle DeBray

Janelle comes to us with 10 years of marketing experience paired with a colorful background in the arts. Unlike our dancers, her art form is fine art. Janelle specializes in abstract watercolor paintings and has retired her corporate marketing life to focus on the creation of her work in rotating exhibits between Colorado and Montana. Along with PCDC, she is also active in local non-profit work and finds joy in traveling with her family. She considers her self lucky to live and work in a community that embraces the arts with such passion.

Miranda Noonan

Miranda Noonan has been trained by instructors from American Ballet Theater, NYC Rockettes, the Isadora Duncan Dance Company and choreographers from various musicals. She has had the privilege of instructing for a total of 8 years in New York for Ballet, Tap, Modern, Jazz, Tap, Lyrical and Musical Theater classes. She has also choreographed for talent shows, benefits, as well as winter and spring recitals. Her passion for the art and love for the students make teaching the best job she could ever ask for.

Stephanie Odenbach

Stephanie Odenbach has been a dance teacher for the past decade. Growing up in San Jose California, Stephanie was an accomplished competitive gymnast, cheerleader, and dancer. While training she won many scholarships and competed at the national level. One of her most memorable dance experiences was performing in the 76th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC. Stephanie attended Boulder College of Massage Therapy in 2004 to study holistic health for dancers. In 2006 she moved to Los Angeles and trained at the Edge Performing Arts Center & studied under many of the top industry professionals. She is passionate about choreography and has won many choreography and Judges Choice awards. Stephanie loves to teach and watch her dancers grow as artists. When she’s not in the studio, she is spending time with her family. Stephanie currently lives in Longmont with her husband, Barrett and their children, Colton, Jenna, & Charlotte.

Sadie Schanbacher


Sadie is originally from Champaign, Illinois. She is a student at CU Boulder with a major in public relations and a business minor. She has trained in many different styles of dance, including ballet, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, and hip hop. She was a competitive dancer for 7 years and her favorite style of dance is contemporary. In her free time, she enjoys activities like hiking and yoga. Sadie is happy to be working in an environment where both students and faculty share a love for dance and the arts.