Jordan and Breanne can be found at camp taking on the roles of ‘Camp Mom’ and ‘Camp Dad’. In 2018 their daughter Elliott Grace joined the Fusion family as ‘Camp Baby’, a title she only held for one year until in 2019 her brother Burton Dallas was born. The four of them make up The Allarie’s.
Collectively, Jordan and Breanne have been attending Fusion for over fifteen years and throughout that time have experienced camp as a camper, dance assistant, camp counsellor, activities assistant, activities manager, and now Camp Mom & Dad. These roles have grown to include; wake up calls, mopping floors, managing meal time, playing several instruments at a subpar level, hiding hula hoops in the forest, greasing watermelons, supporting faculty and staff and designing, preparing and running the unique and infamous ‘Fusion Activities’.
When they’re not at Fusion, both Breanne and Jordan work as dance instructors and choreographers for studios in the Fraser Valley. Breanne also works for Vancouver based production company; P.R.P Inc. as Costume Coordinator and Wardrobe Supervisor. She has costumed hundreds of performers for events and shows such as The Great Big Boo, Canada Games, Vancouver’s PNE and a personal highlight for her, Prince Harry’s ‘Invictus Games’. In addition to teaching competitive dance, Jordan works as choreographer and movement coach on musical productions for Brookswood Theatre Company. He has worked as professional mascot and movement developer. Some of his character work includes Vancouver Aquarium’s Bee Bop the Beluga, Frank the Pirate, and 2010 official Winter Olympic Mascot; Quatchi. He can also be seen dancing on NBC’s hit TV series Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.
Together Jordan & Breanne danced on board Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and had the opportunity to travel to Alaska, Western and Southern Caribbean, South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Breanne also lived in Japan for a year where she worked at Tokyo Disney, performing the role of Ariel, the Little Mermaid. For the Allarie’s, Fusion is familiarity, it’s family and it is home.