Bridget Accetta


I have danced since I was 5 years old. I grew up with the love of dance. I have owned and operated or worked in studios for twenty years. I have taken many seminars from several professional dancers such as: Al Gilbert, Darryl Retter, Joe Tremaine. My goal is to pass on to my students the love I have for dance! I don’t look at dance as my job, I look at it as an opportunity to help others grow through music, dance, and acting!

Photo Credit: Lauren Teschker


Tracy Aaron


I have been dancing since I was 4 years old-I pretty much grew up in a studio! I have taken many different seminars, and I recently became certified in acrobatic arts! I have even traveled the country performing with a drum and dance troupe! I always knew that dance was my passion and that it would always be a major part of my life. I look forward to going to work every day, and strive to provide a fun learning environment. I am blessed to love what I do and to be a small part in the spreading of the joy of dance!

Photo Credit: Lauren Teschker


Photo Credit: Lauren Teschker

Angela Prieur


Ms. Angela Prieur has been teaching at MBSD for the last 6 years. She has a huge passion for dance.  She began dancing at age three and found a love for teaching as a young teenager. She especially loved ballet and eventually became certified to teach the Cecchetti method. While she loves all styles of dance, she especially enjoys teaching ballet, jazz, contemporary and lyrical.

Ms. A has over 20 years of teaching experience; winning numerous choreography awards and helping many of her student’s receive top placements at dance competitions. She has been coaching high school dance teams for many years and is currently the head coach at Grand Blanc High School. Angela loves to share her passion of dance with her students and believes in pushing their technical ability. But she also stresses that dance should be fun. She encourages them to express themselves through dance and loves to inspire children to be their best, not only in dance, but in life. Ms. Angela feels very blessed to be part of the MBSD family.


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Hannah Rittmueller


Hannah Rittmueller is a dancer and choreographer who recently received her BFA in Dance with Honors from Wayne State University. In the university setting she held several administrative and leadership roles, serving as Student Assistant to the Director of Dance, Theatre and Dance Peer Mentor, Dance Workshop Outreach Chair and Choreographer (2018-19 season), Director’s Assistant for Company One, and Departmental Student Representative. She has worked with Bosmat Nossan, Molly Shanahan, Faye Driscoll, Biba Bell, BAIRA, Liz Schmidt, Lisa LaMarre, and Nicolas Leichter, among others. Hannah has performed at the Detroit Institute of Arts, The Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Elaine Jacobs Gallery, Sidewalk Festival Detroit, Oakland Dance Festival, and the Berman Center.

Beyond performance, Hannah’s choreography has been shown at Ripley Grier Studios (NYC), the Bonstelle Theatre, Allesee Dance Theatre, and other alternative spaces. She enjoys collaborative, interdisciplinary work, and hopes to continue finding opportunities to perform, choreograph, collaborate, and expand her practice moving forward.