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Stephanie Paquet

Stephanie is a dancer, aerialist and singer originally from Ottawa, Ontario. Over the last 8 years, she has performed on some of the largest cruise ships. She was cast as the principal female Singer/Dancer/Aerialist and Aerial Captain on the Norwegian Dawn, Norwegian Cruise Line. She also performed on Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Bliss, dancing in the broadway-style production HAVANA! and singing in Happy Hour Prohibition: The Musical. She was seen on Royal Caribbean’s Vision of the Seas and Holland America Line’s Ms Volendam with RWS Entertainment Group before heading to Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas to perform in the featured show Spectra's Cabaret, a production that combines hip hop, jazz and aerial arts.

While back in Canada, Stephanie worked at Cirque du Soleil in Montreal. She appeared on the third season of Quebec’s hit dance competition TV show Révolution with a Broadway Jazz piece of her own. She also had the chance to work on set as the lead dancer in a US national commercial for Famous Footwear.

Stephanie performed in PARTY! Montreal over the past holiday season and is currently performing in the Tony award-winning Broadway musical The Producers (Les Producteurs) in Montreal.

As a passionate performer, Stephanie has trained in a wide variety of styles, including Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Musical Theatre, Tap, and Latin Ballroom. She studied Ballet under the Royal Academy of Dance syllabus, and studied Hip Hop extensively, gaining experience in Commercial style, House, Popping, and Locking in Germany and Los Angeles. She has trained Theatre Jazz intensively in New York City. Moreover, Stephanie is a trained aerialist and vocalist, and has trained in acting, tumbling, handstands and contortion.


Stephanie cumulates 15 years of teaching and choreography experience and is a member of the Professional Adjudicators Alliance (PAA), as well as a professional member of the Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists (CADA) and Union des Artistes (UDA). She enjoys helping dancers improve their skills and artistry by sharing her knowledge of the art and body.