Falin Ossipinsky is the choreographer of the performance troupes Confetti and Celebration. She has been dancing since the age of five. Growing up in Arizona, she has been trained in a variety of styles of dance, including musical theatre, tap, jazz, ballet, pointé and more.
She also spent a few years competing and performing with the senior company team of Dance Academy North. In addition, she spent a few semesters as a part of Pitches and Tones, Spotlight’s advanced performance troupe.
Falin began her theatre career in 2015, as a tapping chimney sweep in Mary Poppins at Starlight Community Theatre. Since then, she has performed in about 20 plays and musicals around the Valley. Her credits here at Spotlight include Cabaret, Pippin, Legally Blonde, and American Idiot. She has choreographed Spotlight’s recent productions of Romeo and Juliet and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown; stage managed Dog Sees God, and taught various camps at SYT. Falin has choreographed camps and Company at Starlight Community Theatre as well. Aside from choreographing, she has served as dance captain in multiple shows.
Falin adores working with kids, and is so thrilled to be able to teach them something she is passionate about—dance!