Stephanie Bissonnette was born on 26 October 26, 1990. She started performing at the age of 10 recognised as America’s most talented dancer. She was a famous stage choreographer of America who was well known for her work in the musical Mean Girls and where she originated and performed the role of Dawn Sweitzer. She has also appeared in Ensemble which is a famous documentary that expresses the stories of Broadway dancers navigating the COVID-19 shutdown.
Bissonnette passed her graduation from Point Park University of Conservatory of the Performing Arts. Although she work on stage, she served and worked as a choreographer for the productions at Riverside Theatre, The Muny, Seven Angels Theatre, and Shakespeare Theatre Company. In 2019, she was diagnosed with medulloblastoma.
Stephanie Bissonnette’s Cause of Death:
The whole community of Dance of New York get shocked and feels sad due to the sudden death news of Stephanie Bissonnette. She was a well-known dancer and has a passion for teaching dance to others. She was well-known for her work and role in Mean Girls on Broadway as Dawn Schweitzer.
She passed away on 17 December 2022 on Friday. She passed away while defeating battle with medulloblastoma which is a rare form of brain cancer. She left the world at the very small age of 32 while surrounded by love.
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