Mary Bramstedt is one of the girls in Jessi Ramsey's dance class. She is described as having blonde hair.
According to Jessi, Mary dances like a robot. She is a perfectionist and intense. She's not one of the best dancers.
Mary always speaks up and says what's on her mind in her own quiet way. She attends school with another ballet student Vince Parsons.
She played one of the townspeople in the ballet recital "Coppelia."
In book 61, Mary volunteered with Jessi to help teach a six-week ballet class on Tuesdays to less privileged kids in Stamford.
One of the ballet students Mindy Howard advised Mary to lose weight even though she didn't need to.
Mary becomes anorexic and goes on a rigorous diet. After fainting in ballet class, she goes to a doctor & psychologist for help to overcome her eating disorder. Her family also goes to counseling as well.