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Dance Education

A company member since 2010, received her BFA in dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, and recently her 200hr Yoga Teaching Certificate through OM Factory in NYC.

Following graduation, Danielle worked with Tangerine Dance, Marie Alonzo Snyder and currently with JKing Dance Company/Joyce King. As a member of JKDC, Danielle has performed original works by King internationally at HIGH FEST Performing Arts Festival - Armenia, and nationally at the Ailey Citigroup Theater - NYC, APAP 2015, 2017, 2018 Ailey, MMAC, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Elgin Ties Dance Festival - Illinois, Mass. Dance Festival, and Grounds for Sculpture - NJ to name a few. She has also performed at Asolo Repertory Theater - Sarasota, Fl,  under NJ Performing Arts Center with the NJ Symphony Orchestra, and selected to perform in ‘Slow and Soul,’ a concert tour with Korean Pop Star, Wheesung. 

Danielle also works closely with Artistic Director, King, as lead dance educator, developing programs and is currently enrolled in the Teaching Artist Certificate Program at Teachers College Columbia University.

She continues to spread her passion for teaching dance at Center Stage Dance and Theater School, and is the company director for the young children’s competition team. Danielle is also a Teaching Artist for Young Audiences of NJ and Eastern PA and 10HL/Randy James where she teaches dance residences in the public school setting. She taught for The American Dance Training Camp, and serves on the adjudicator panel for ‘Throw Down Dance Challenge’.

As resident choreographer for NJ Repertory Theater, her work was presented at the Crossroads South Middle School, the Disney Performing Arts Festival - FL,  60x60 Concert, the Moving Beauty Series Dance Lab - NYC, and ‘I’ll have what she’s having..’ in Princeton, NJ. Additionally, she choreographed for the Phineas and Ferb, Perry the Platypus Tour Kickoff in Times Sq., honoring Disney Channels original Movie Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension. 

     "Never give up, focus on constant improvement at a slow & steady pace" DM