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Allynne Noelle began dancing at age five, in the Southern California area, where she studied under such prestigious teachers Marnell Himes, Janek Schergen, and Alaine Haubert. Professionally, she danced with Ballet Pacifica, where she developed a relationship with Mr. Raymond Van Mason, former Principal Danseur with Ballet West. Allynne guested all over the United States as Mr. Mason's partner in 2000 and 2001. She joined Inland Pacific Ballet in 2000 as a Principal. For three seasons with IPB, Allynne danced such roles as the Russian Girl in Serenade, 2nd Violin in Concerto Barocco, created the original role of Mina in Arturo Fernandez's Dracula, and shared the stage with the late, wonderful Mr. Stanley Holden, opposite his Dr. Coppelius as Swanhilda in the full-length ballet Coppelia. In 2003, Allynne joined Miami City Ballet, under the direction of Edward Villella, where she danced as a Soloist for the next seven years. Allynne's extensive repertoire with Miami City Ballet includes many principal roles in Balanchine ballets: the Pas de Deux in Agon, Choleric in The Four Temperaments, Turning Girl in Symphony in Three Movements, 4th Movement Principal in Western Symphony, Pas de Neuf in Swan Lake, and most notably the Pin-up Girl in "Rubies" from the full-length Jewels. She was also featured in many Paul Taylor works, including Mercuric Tidings, Arden Court and Company B, as well as a number of Twyla Tharp ballets, including In the Upper Room. Allynne was also featured in Mr. Edward Villella's ballets Gismonti Brasil, and in both "The Waltz" and "The Foxtrot" from Mr. Villella's In the Neighborhood Ballroom. In 2010, Allynne Noelle accepted a contract with the National Ballet of Canada, under the direction of Karen Kain. Unfortunately, an injury forced her to return home and recover. Allynne also dances with Los Angeles Ballet.