Artistic Director & Founder
Pollyanna Demitro attended the University of Colorado for undergraduate studies in dance. She was a select performer with the Colorado Caravan, Choreographer for the American College Dance Festival and attended Duke University The American Dance Festival on a stagecraft scholarship.Pollyanna studied and dance with the Paul Taylor Dance Company, Betty Jones and Fritz Luden of the Limon Dance Company , Kei ta Kei Moving Earth Company and Momix, as well as heading her own modern dance company . She has served as president of the Boulder unit American Cancer Society for 2 years and a board member for 10. She has been a board member of the Jon D. Williams cotillions for the last 10 years and choreographed numerous productions . Her modern dance company and performance groups have performed benefit shows to raise money for the American Cancer Society, EFAA , Crossfyre youth, YWCA and other Non-Profits in Boulder. Our Studio has performed five fundraisers for "There With Care".
LuLu is a professional musician with the band Bandits. She performs and teaches piano,voice,and bass. She has performed in numerous musicals,and stage productions.LuLu is also employed by the Jon D. Williams Cotillions teaching etiquette and ballroom dancing nationally.
John holds numerous awards statewide and nationally in video production, as well as heading his own production company.He has a wide range of performance skills from ballroom dancing and sling dancing to acting and performing on stage. He leads the Branded Bandits in vocals, guitar, bass and drums.
Isabel grew up in Boulder dancing, singing and acting. She is trained in ballet, tap, jazz, modern, and ballroom dancing. Isabel participated in many local theatre troupes including BPAC performances as a child and has been teaching with them for 3 years now. She Co-Directed and Choreographed Into the Woods and Grease. She also ran the Alice in Wonderland summer camp. Isabel has been seen on the Boulder’s Dinner Theatre stage six times, and most recently in the tap dancing hit “42nd Street.” She is a professional ballroom dance teacher at Ward Carter Dance in Denver, where she teaches group and private lessons. Isabel is very excited to be back at BPAC for another year to help the young actors express their creativity and gain more confidence in their everyday lives.