Rhiannon Pelletier
 Rhiannon Pelletier has been a member of the Maine State Ballet Company since age fourteen. She has been classically trained in ballet by Linda Miele (a former pupil or George Balanchine and artistic director of the Maine State Ballet) as well as tap and jazz. She has performed with the Maine State Ballet since age nine. Now eighteen, she has worked her way up to soloist position in the company and has performed roles such as Chocolate from Spain and Coffee from Arabia in The Nutcracker, The Sapphire Fairy and Fairy of the Woodland Glade in Sleeping Beauty, she has been a featured performer in Balanchine’s renowned Serenade, and has taken on principal roles such as the feisty Mercedes in Don Quixote, the lively Dew Drop Fairy, and the infamous Sugar Plum Fairy in Maine’s seasonal favorite, The Nutcracker.
Rhiannon has attended summer programs with the American Academy of Ballet as well as Boston Ballet’s Summer Intensive. She has taught classes with both Maine State Ballet and Center Stage Performing Arts and enjoys working with kids of all ages. She is thrilled to be a returning staff member with Center Stage. In her sophomore year at St. Joseph’s College of Maine she will be balancing being a full time student with the college, continuing to train, perform and teach with the Maine State Ballet as well as teaching at Center Stage Performing Arts. Additionally, Rhiannon is the editor of the blog, a published poet, and has contributed writings to various websites including and is now proud to be working with
The Care and Keeping of Your Feet
In case you haven’t noticed … competition season is here! You’ll want your mind and your body ready to go and ready to endure long hours of hard work. Blisters, bunions, and ingrown toenails are the enemy and it’s vital to have a strong defence against these formidable warriors. Here are seven tips to keep your toes in tip-top shape.
Reflections on the Sweethearts of Ballet
My sister Adrienne sent this video listed below over to me and I had to take a moment to recover. Have you ever seen a couple so genuinely happy?
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