The Studio

The Studio

Project Dance has been providing quality dance education since 2006 in the City of Greater Sudbury. We are an educational institution that provides a full program of classes in varied disciplines for all ages and levels.

Students and their families will enjoy the newly renovated and modern facility with three dance studios, sprung floors, mirrors and barres to create a “dance” atmosphere. Parents may watch their dancers through a viewing window. Change rooms, washrooms and office area are here for your convenience.

From the Director

We pride ourselves on well organized & professional classes, communication & training. Our students love to be in the studio & parents enjoy watching their children grow in a fun & friendly atmosphere! Our faculty makes it easy for students & parents to LOVE their experience with PROJECT DANCE!”

Aspirations/Goals for the Studio

  • Thrive ahead in the dance industry
  • Continue sharing my knowledge of dance, teaching children the importance of technique, style, motivation, confidence, discipline, team work, & the value of performance and passion for dance
  • “There is nothing more fulfilling to me than knowing that I have instilled the love of dance within a child’s heart.
  • Project Dance offers dancers a place to do what they love, to be themselves, and to express themselves freely in a positive atmosphere.

About the Director

Maegan Fram
Maegan Fram is an accomplished dancer and a certified dance instructor. She began her journey in the dance world at the tender age of 4. Maegan’s talents have been recognized on a National level, winning awards in Las Vegas and New York City, and training with the National Ballet School of Canada. In her teens, Maegan began to teach dance and within a few short years has become a much sought after choreographer and teacher. In 2006, Maegan followed her dream and opened Project Dance. It is here that Maegan teaches and inspires her students through dance. Upon the opening of Project Dance, Maegan’s students have also been recognized across Ontario, winning numerous scholarships and awards. Remaining true to her vision, Maegan is incredibly excited to share another year of dance with all of her students!
  • Member of Dance Educators of America.
  • Certified through Dance Masters of America, & Dance Educators of America.
  • Teacher, Choreographer and Adjudicator.
  • Extensive training in all disciplines.
  • Trained with master teachers and choreographers in New York City and Los Angeles.
  • Creative Choreographer, has won numerous choreography awards for performances.
  • Recipient of the Young Women of Distinction award.
  • 13 years experience, teaching dancers across Northern Ontario.
  • Attends many workshops/seminars each year to stay up dated with the current dance trends.
  • YMCA Young Woman of Distinction Award.
  • Recipient of the Greater Sudbury 40 under 40 award.

The Faculty

Andrée Guénette


Andrée Guénette began dance training at the age of 3. Born in Sudbury, she studied and perfected her art at The School of Toronto Dance Theatre, L’atelier de Danse Moderne in Montreal as well as Dance Makers in Toronto. She has performed in many countries across Europe and North America and worked with great choreographers. Andree is trained and seasoned in all styles of dance, including modern, contemporary, Russian and Cecchetti Ballet, acro and jazz. She was the recipient of the highest Kiwanis Scholarship two years running and her dancing career has been filled with success. She has been recognized with many different scholarships and awards. More recently, she has spent the better part of 5 years teaching in Ottawa and is happy to have returned to her roots teaching in Sudbury once again. Now a certified dance instructor and a choreographer, Andrée has been teaching for the past 15 years.

Briana Fram


Briana has studied dance in Sudbury since early childhood, having been trained under Director Maegan Fram in her teenage years. Briana is trained in Jazz, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Tap and Ballet. She brings almost 20 years of dance experience, knowledge and passion to Project Dance and has been a part of the studio since its inception in 2006. In 2008 Briana was a cheerleader for the Toronto Argonauts having performed for thousands at numerous games, community events and the Grey Cup. Having participated in competitions across North America including New York and Las Vegas, Briana has won numerous awards and scholarships for her outstanding performances. Briana has participated in Dance Masters of America’s Teachers Training Program and regularly attends workshops with some of the best choreographers to stay current with the latest trends. Outside of the studio, she is a Communications & Administration Manager at NEO Kids Foundation. Briana has her BA in Communications and a Diploma in Public Relations.

Emily Nolet


Emily Nolet began dancing at the age of 2. With 15 years experience, she has attended many competitions, workshops, won scholarships and awards. Emily is trained in jazz, tap, ballet, hip-hop, contemporary, acro, modern, point and lyrical. She has worked with professional choreographers throughout the country and teaches dancers of all ages in both our recreational program, as well as part-time and competitive program. Emily has graduated from Cambrian College.

Madison Allard


Madison Allard has been dancing since the age of 3. For the past 14 years, she has found a love for tap. Madison is trained in contemporary, jazz, tap, point, ballet, modern, hip-hop and lyrical. Madison has worked with professional choreographers, and has attended many competitions and workshops. Madison is studying at Laurentian University.

Sammy Grano


Dance and performing is Sam’s passion… doing what she loves everyday is the best thing in the world and her dream is to perform on Broadway. Sam has trained since the age of 3 in many styles such as, tap, jazz, ballet, pointe, musical theatre, hip hop, contemporary, lyrical and modern. Her favorite style of dance are musical theatre, hip hop and contemporay. Sam dances competitively and currently attends Sudbury Secondary School, Majoring in Dance. She has also attended many workshops throughout Canada and the US to learn from various teachers and choreographers, as well as discover new forms of dance styles. She has won several awards and scholarships at various competitions, including Broadway Bound Winter Intensive in NYC 2013 and Summer in LA.SuperStar Intensive in Los Angeles 2014.

Hailey McAuley


Hailey started to dance at the age of 4 and joined the Project Dance Competitive Team in 2007. She has trained in various styles of dance such as tap, jazz, ballet, modern, contemporary, acro, lyrical, musical theatre and hip hop. Hailey attends yearly workshops in the Toronto area and often works with guest choreographers. She enjoys performing all genres of dance and is excited to join the faculty at Project Dance to pass on her skills, new fresh ideas and love of dance to others.

Olivia Colilli


Olivia started dancing at the age of three and began training as a competitive dancer at Project Dance when she was six years old.  She is trained in ballet, pointe, lyrical, contemporary, acro, jazz, jazz funk, hip hop, musical theatre, modern, and tap.  Her favourite styles of dance include ballet, lyrical, contemporary, acro and jazz. Olivia has attended many workshops and trained with a variety of professional choreographers and dancers, covering all styles of dance in both Canada and the United States. She has won a number of scholarships and awards at multiple competitions. Olivia is the featured dancer in Janelle Yousif’s music video “The Last Flower of Summer”, she recently appeared in an episode of the Family Channel’s hit series “The Next Step” and she trained at the Lee Strasberg Institute for Theatre and Film in New York City. Olivia’s passion for dance continues to grow everyday and she is thrilled to share her enthusiasm for the art with young dancers, as Maegan Fram did with her.

Rolande Kehoe


Rolande Kehoe • Office Administrator