Laura Fremont is Director/Owner of Pacific Studio for Dance as well as faculty for L.A. Danceforce, EDGE Performing Arts Center in Hollywood, and Glendale College Education Program. Laura is known in the dance community as a technician, bringing a versatile background in Ballet, Jazz, Modern, and Theatre Dance through a PROGRESSIVE BALLET approach.
Laura is host and adjudicator for L.D. Danceforce, adjudicated for the Annual Choreography Media Awards for SAG, Dream Team Dance Festival throughout Canada, and New Zealand’s American Jazz Dance Affiliation International syllabus. Laura has lectured at Universities in California on Training Dancers and the Business of Dance.
Laura has produced and choreographed for Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Carmel Arts Festival, Fairbanks Cultural Arts Festival, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Celebrate National Dance Week, Hollywood’s Industry Showcase, and numerous Independent films with original and recreated ballets, contemporary concerts, and musical theatre workshops. Other choreographic credits include "Center Stage 2," "Swarovski Crystal," "The Richard Simmons Show," and LA’s "Morning Show," industrials for Sotheby’s and Shiseido.
Laura has performed in film, television, and on stage. She is most recently seen in "Did You Hear About The Morgans," "An American Caro," and "Bones" Fox TV. She has toured with Broadway’s original repertory company, the world acclaimed AMERICAN DANCEMACHINE.
Laura teaches master classes throughout the United States, New Zealand, Australia and Canada. Loretta Livingston (& Dancers) regards Laura to be “…one of the finest teachers in Los Angeles. She is truly teaching the class, making important physical corrections, demanding high standards of excellence, and bringing an aesthetic viewpoint to the work…It is this level of teaching that builds professional dancers”.