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Marguerite Perrin has maintained a passion for the art of dance since she was a child. An exceptional talent, a teenaged Marguerite experimented in choreography and directing other young dancers – compelling her troupe to award-winning status. She founded her own studio, All That Jazz, in 1997 with her daughter Ashley who inherited a passion for dance from her mother. Together they produced champion dancers of the utmost poise and perfection.
After Ashley’s untimely passing in 2007, Marguerite made the decision to close All That Jazz. The former students of the mother-daughter duo, now with young dancers of their own, expressed their need for their children to receive the same experience they had growing up. This request from the community, and her former students compelled Marguerite to create a new studio.
With the help of youngest daughter Brooke, and granddaughter Abigail, Breaking Pointe Dance was born. A strong family dynamic and zeal has set Breaking Pointe Dance as the top contender for the best studio for a new generation of brilliant dancers.