Beth Fecteau
Artistic Director


Danielle Tremblay
Program Director
Graphic Designer


Aaron Holbritter
Production Coordinator




Beth Fecteau, Artistic Director

Ms. Fecteau, who founded Nacre Dance Company in 2008, has been a performer, dance educator, and arts administrator in the Capital District since 1985. She trained with the New Jersey Ballet, The Walnut Hill School for the Performing Arts, and is a graduate of the Performing Arts School of Philadelphia. Ms. Fecteau graduated from Russell Sage with a B.A. in Visual and Performing Arts (dance concentration) and in 1996, created the non-profit Youth Ballet Company and Dance Eclectic. Beth served as the Director of Arts and Programming for the National Museum of Dance and founded the School of the Arts, which is now a sustaining force for the Museum. In addition to directing Nacre, Ms. Fecteau serves as an adjunct faculty member at Adirondack Community College and teaches part time at Myers Dance Center in Saratoga, Albany Dance & Fitness, and Art in Motion in Albany. "The Dancer believes that his art has something to say which cannot be expressed in words." Doris Humphrey





Danielle Tremblay, Program Director / Graphic Designer

Ms. Tremblay started her dancing career with Youth Ballet Company at the age of three and continued performing with Ms. Fecteau through high school. She is also involved in the Martial arts, where she is a third degree black belt in U.S. Budokai Karate. In 2012, she graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology with a BFA in Graphic Design. She also received her AAS in Communication design in 2010. She was also able to study abroad at Nottingham Trent Univesity in England in 2011. Her experiences and dance have always inspired Danielle's career as a graphic designer and she is thrilled to be so closely involved in dance and performing once again. "One sees clearly only with the heart. What is essential is invisible to the eye." The Little Prince









Aaron Holbritter, Production Coordinator

Aaron is thrilled to be joining Nacre Dance as production coordinator. Aaron has been a staple in Capital Region theater for twenty years as a producer, actor and director. He is currently producer for WRGB's Melodies of Christmas at Proctor's Theater, recently produced a reading of 8 - the play at Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, and is a founding producer of Creative License, a theater collective. He has received critical acclaim as a director (" of the most powerful directors in the capital region..." - The Daily Gazette) and actor ("...a leading light of the local stage..." - Albany Times Union). Other venues in which Aaron has worked include: Lake George Dinner Theater, Curtain Call Theater, Home Made Theater, Albany Civic Theater, Schenectady Civic Players, Theater Barn, Hubbard Hall, Theater Voices and many others. "I like the ephemeral thing about theater. Every performance is like a ghost - it's there and then it's gone." - Dame Maggie Smith




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