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Meet Our Faculty

LeAnne Leslie Kreamer, Artistic Director
LeAnne has studied under well-known dancers in both Boston and New York. From all of her learnings, experience, and hard work she has brought it all back and is eager to share it with all of her students. She is presently proud to be the Owner/Director of LeAnne Leslie’s School of Theatrical Dance which has completed its 34th  year in business.  Click here for full bio!
Lauren Leslie Kinloch
Lauren has been involved in the Art of Dance for most of her life. At the age of 3 she started taking lessons at LeAnne Leslie’s School of Theatrical Dance. She remained with the studio until the age of 18 where she later became a company and faculty member. Lauren went on to further her dance education at Dean College where she received with a B.A. in Dance. Click here for full bio!
Molly Tomeny, Ballet Director
Molly Tomeny began studying ballet at age six at the Doris Marsh School of Classical Ballet in Saginaw, MI.  She continued her studies at Virginia Ballet Theater (Norfolk, VA), the Performing Arts School of Classical Ballet (San Antonio, TX) and Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet (Carlisle, PA).In 2007, Tomeny graduated from the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering. After working several years in the engineering field, she returned to ballet, dancing professionally with Roxey Ballet (Lambertville, NJ) and Contrapose Dance (Cambridge, MA). Click here for full bio!
Mary O'Brien 
Mary has been dancing for 27 years and teaching for 14. She began her dance training at LeAnne Leslie’s School of Theatrical Dance where she was a Company member for eight years. Mary also danced at the Marblehead School of Ballet with Paula Schiff and Ivan Korn, and has performed with the North Shore Civic Ballet. She graduated from Salem State University in 2010 with Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Education, and with a Minor in Dance. Click here for full bio!
Keriann Gaudet
Keriann Gaudet has over 30 years of dance training and has been teaching students of all ages and abilities for more than 15 years. Her students have competed in both regional and national competitions and have won numerous high scores and special awards. “Miss Keri” is trained in a variety of styles including: ballet, tap, jazz, pointe, lyrical, acrobatics, and hip-hop.  She is a member of the Dance Teachers’ Club of Boston, the oldest professional dance organization in the country. Click here for full bio!
Olivia Sousa
Olivia has been dancing for 15 years at the studio and graduated high school in 2018. She has worked as a ballet assistant for two years as well as a substitute teacher on occasion. In 2016 and 2017, Olivia preformed the roll of Gwendolyn throughout the city of Lynn with the Senior Company and author of Gwendolyn the Graceful Pig, David Rottenberg. Click here for full bio!
Alyssa Navaroli
Alyssa began dancing at LeAnne Leslie’s School of Theatrical Dance at three years old. She continued dancing at the studio where she then became a company member for many years, learning all techniques. She graduated from Salve Regina University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Minor in Marketing. She joined Salve Regina’s Dance Club, where she could continue her love for dance. Click here for full bio!
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