Jennifer Weatherburn-Thiemet

Ballet, pointe, variations

Jennifer is a former principal dancer with and current associate director of Anderson Young Ballet Theatre with extended studies at National Ballet of Canada, where she trained intensely in the Cecctietti Syllabus. She has performed with Walt Disney Productions and Indianapolis Ballet Theatre and was a principal dancer with Lexington Ballet. During her dance career, she performed the leads in such ballets as The Nutcracker, Giselle, Sleeping Beauty, Coppelia, Raymonda, and Romeo and Juliet. Her musical theatre productions include, West Side Story, Sugar, Bye Bye Birdie, The King and I, South Pacific, The Sound of Music, and productions with American Cabaret Theatre. She was the winner of the Margaret Sear Rosenblith and Carey Rose Winski scholarship awards, and was accepted to Interlochen Music camp.

Jennifer’s teaching credentials include Anderson Young Ballet Theatre Academy, School of Lexington Ballet, School for the Performing Arts of Kentucky, and National Academy.

She has been a part of the Anderson University dance faculty since 2014.

Canada’s National Ballet School
Ballet, pointe, variations