Julie Gale is originally from Linden, New Jersey. She began her dance training, under scholarship from The Ford Foundation, with Fred Danieli at the Newark Ballet Academy joining his company, The Garden State Ballet, at the age of thirteen. With The Garden State Ballet she toured throughout the state in their “Introduction To Ballet” school programs performing in Balanchine ballets such as “Stars And Stripes”, “Symphony In C” and “Allegro Brilliante” among others. She appeared with them for three years then went on to perform with The American Ballet Theater in the classics “Giselle” and “Swan Lake”. As a free lance artist, she has performed in New Jersey with The Westminster Dance Theater, Dances In The Park, Ren Media Productions, The Light Opera Theater ,The River Ballet of Lambertville, as the Sugar Plum Fairy in their production of “The Nutcracker, and in New York with The Empire State Ballet. Julie received her ballroom training with Angelo Calia and Jerry Parris and has appeared at The Marc Ballroom in Manhattan, Fandango’s Night Club, Paramount Dance Studio, Caesar’s Palace Resorts in the Pocono’s and in numerous ballroom exhibitions. She has choreographed extensively for the ballet, creating original works and full length productions including “The Nutcracker”. Her musical theater and ballroom choreography includes the Broadway classics “Bye Bye Birdie”, “My Fair Lady” and works for ballroom exhibitions. Her teaching career includes being on the faculty of La Danse, Yvette Dance Studio, Fabulous Feet, Montclair State College and master classes both in New Jersey and New York. While in the Albany, New York area Julie has taught at The Guilderland Ballet, The Dance Experience, Premier Dance Performing Arts Center, The School Of The Arts at The National Museum Of Dance in Saratoga Springs and has been a member of Tango Fusion Ballroom Company. Having re-located back to New Jersey, she is on staff at Metuchen Dance Center. In addition to dance, Julie replicates womens historical dress from the 19th century which has led her to create a website and program “Reproducing Victorian Fashions” that she has presented in Cape May, The Victorian Society of Upper Montclair, Kuser Farm Mansion and historical groups throughout the state.