Stephanie Billers

Stephanie successfully auditioned for the Royal Ballet Associates programme at a young age, and continued this alongside her training at JACAD. She received a full scholarship to Laine Theatre Arts at the age of 16 and during her time there was privileged to be chosen to perform with Take That and Cliff Richard on The Royal Variety Performance 2008 at The London Palladium. Since graduating in 2010, she has travelled the world as a dancer, singer and aerialist on the Regent Seven Seas Voyager, (Jean Ann Ryan Productions), toured arenas in Germany with Best of Musicals Gala, (Stage Entertainment), and danced alongside Annie Lennox, One Direction, Madness, The Pet Shop Boys and Darcey Bussell for the London Olympics Closing Ceremony 2012, under the direction of Kim Gavin. She then enjoyed finishing 2012 dancing in the Thursford Christmas Spectacular, which she will be returning to later this year.

Stephanie’s career highlight so far was performing a dream job of hers – Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, (UK and International tour 2013/14). She was overwhelmed to be asked to perform the principle role of The Queen whilst touring internationally with the show.

Other credits include: TV commercial for Honda, (Beautiful Precision, Supple Nam); Music Video, (Rose Betts – I Can Never Give My Heart); Music Video, (Kev Skrilla – I Once); An Evening of Laughter with Ken Dodd & Friends, (The London Palladium); Dancer/Model for Pop Up Fashion Shows, (Arthur Gourounlian).

 

Stephanie Billers had this to say about JACAD

"As the school grew, I grew up with it, giving me the strongest foundations I could have ever asked for to start a career on. The school has so much to offer in experience, technicality, professionalism and all round performance in every area of the industry. JACAD has many achievements to be proud of, not only by the pupils currently at the school but also the pupils that have come out of it and achieved professionally. Even though I have now completed training at a performing arts college and am working professionally, the school will always be like a family to me - I know I still have great support behind me and I do and always will go back to support the school and its ever-growing success!"