Notable Alumna

Sandee Rodriguez

Sandee Rodriguez began studying Ballet & Jazz at the age of six. She took lessons at Pamela Dunworth's studio in Dearborn, and participated in musical theater throughout high school. She began dancing in the HFCC Full Circle Dance Company in 1989, and returned to choreograph as an alumna every year thereafter. In 1995, a near fatal accident, leaving a one percent chance of survival, left her paralyzed, with a traumatic brain injury and in a deep coma. Through hard work in physical therapy, perseverance and a positive attitude, her talent as a choreographer was strengthened.

Rosie Bak

Rosemary B. Bak holds a B.S. in Dance from Wayne State University. Rosie began her formal training in Dance at the age of 10 and, at 17, began studying Dance at Henry Ford Community College. She gained skill through dance classes and through performing with the HFCC Full Circle Dance Company, under the direction of Diane Mancinelli. She also attended many master classes on the trips to the American College Regional Dance Festivals with HFCC.

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