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Natalie Singletary has training in ballet, tap, jazz, and modern. She began her dancing journey at Ibsen, dancing there from the age of three through high school. Natalie is a second generation teacher at Ibsen, with her mother, "Miss Beth," teaching young dancers for years. Currently, Natalie has two young daughters that also love to dance at Ibsen. She has had the honor of performing with her mother and daughters during the alumni dances during recitals.
Natalie has been in numerous theater productions, was a member of Ibsen Ballet Company for four years, and danced with the William Jewell College Dance Team. Natalie was a charter member of the Whiskey Girl Dance and Promotional Team. She was assistant choreographer for their televised events, which won local awards, and for their concert appearances at Azura Amphitheater, the Sprint Center, and the Hearnes Center. She was a popular dancer on the television show, "Lucky Break."
Natalie has danced at Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, corporate events for Harrah's Entertainment, and has appeared as a dancer on the AT&T Blue Room website. She has performed with national country music artists Toby Keith, Emerson Drive, Jack Ingram and the LoCash Cowboys.
Natalie has judged solos at The Kansas City Classic, Lee's Summit North Invitational, and The One Love Movement. She judges talent at local auditions and helps teams perfect routines for competition.
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