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SAVANNAH CRABTREE

Soloist Dancer

Savannah Crabtree is from Destin, Florida. She grew up dancing and training at the Northwest Florida Ballet for 10 years. When she graduated from their high school, she joined their pre-professional program.

In 2019, she joined the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater's graduate program. She danced and performed with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater during their season in 2020. In addition, she received scholarships to summer intensives at Atlanta ballet, next-generation ballet, and Pittsburgh ballet theater. 

She joined Ballet Pensacola in the corps de ballet in September 2021 and became a soloist in May 2022. Her repertoire includes Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz, Tinker Bell from Peter Pan, a Spanish Princess and soloist flower from Nutcracker. 

The 2022-2023 season is Savannah's second season with Ballet Pensacola. 

“My mom said I would walk around the house on my tip toes just spinning around, and said, 'I'm putting her in ballet!' So at 3 years old, I started ballet. I have been dancing almost every day since. I love being on stage and being able to express how I feel through my movements. I love getting the chance to turn into a different character and be able to tell their story through dancing and acting.” 

Place of Birth: Atlanta, Georgia USA 

One Word to Describe Why I Dance: "Freedom" 

Favorite Color: Blue 

Favorite Role danced: Tinker Bell, Peter Pan 

Dream Role: Swanhilda, Coppelia 

Favorite Choreographer: Marius Petipa 

Favorite Traditional Ballet: Giselle 

Favorite Cuisine / Dish: Steak and mash Potatoes 

Favorite Hobby: Swimming 

Fun Fact About Me: I love the show criminal minds. 

What Would You Like the Audience/Community to Gain from Your Performances: Feeling the audience is another one of my favorite feelings when I'm on stage. Knowing that I'm taking them through the ballet, making sure they understand, enjoy, and feel like they are up on stage in the ballet their selves, helps me to do my best and put a little extra sparkle into my dancing.

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