Stacy Keller Stacy Joy Keller began her ballet training at the Classical Ballet Center of Tampa with Haydee Gutierrez, and she continued to study ballet in summer programs with the San Francisco Ballet, School of American Ballet, Pittsburg Ballet Theatre, Oregon Ballet Theatre, and Point Park University. Keller then received the Ruth Eckerd Hall Youth’s scholarship award. She next joined the Sarasota Ballet and performed in roles including the Sugar Plum Fairy, the title role in Cinderella, Swan Lake (Pas de Trois), Balanchine’s Apollo (Calliope), and Giselle (Peasant Pas de deux). It was afterwards that Stacy was a part of The Joffrey Ballet from 1999 until she retired in 2011. While a part of The Joffrey Ballet, some notable roles Stacy played included Clara in The Nutcracker, Chorito in Joffrey’s Pas Des Deesses, fast pas de deux in Arpino’s Suite Saint Saëns, the Debutante in Offenbach in the Underworld and the American Girl in Parade. She also appeared in Robert Altman’s 2003 film The Company, and has instructed and choreographed for Dancenter North, North Shore School of Dance, Dance Center of Evanston, and Chicago Ballet Arts. Stacy was previously a master instructor/choreographer for CNADM.