Ann Naramore Huebner grew up as a “studio brat” in her mother’s dance studio, Martha Naramore’s School of Ballet in Bay Village. As a teenager, she studied locally with Alex Martin of The Cleveland School of Ballet, John Begg of the Canton Ballet, and Ian Horvath of the Cleveland Ballet School and Cleveland Ballet. Ann attended the United States International University’s School of Performing and Visual Arts in San Diego, CA where she studied with John Hart and Elaine Thomas of London’s Royal Ballet, Wayne Davis of the San Diego Ballet, and Jack Tygett, best known for his work in major musical motion pictures. After receiving her BFA in musical theatre with a minor in dance from USIU, Ann moved to Los Angeles where she
became a member of Actors’ Equity. She has worked professionally on the West Coast and in national touring companies.
Ann has been the ballet adjunct faculty educator at Lorain County Community College, the Assistant Director of River's Edge, Rocky River High School's show choir, and teaches and choreographs at other area schools and studios. She has taught at the Beck Center and works with the Beck Center’s Creative Arts Therapy program in conjunction with the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities. Ann continues to study dance with various teachers and believes that the more exposure a dancer has to different styles of teaching and technique, the more awareness, control, and expression the dancer has.
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