Performer (dance)

Danielle Davidson is a performing artist and movement designer, working in contemporary dance-theater. She obtained her DEC from L’Ecole Supérieure de Ballet du Québec / Cégep du Vieux Montréal in 2001, and furthered her performing arts training by completing a three-year certificate program at George Brown College in Theatre/Acting. In recent years, she’s made works alongside multidisciplinary artists such as Jocie Adams, Gisela Creus, Orlando Hernández, Ilya Vidrin, and Riley Watts. She has appeared in works by Diane Arvanites, Korhan Basaran, Alissa Cardone, Lorraine Chapman, Lina Cruz / Productions Fila 13, Heidi Henderson, Kellie Lynch, Paul Singh, Sydney Skybetter, and BJ Sullivan. An Assistant Professor of Dance at The Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Danielle also facilitates workshops, classes, and labs throughout North America in both graduate and post-graduate programming. She is currently on the House Team at Montréal Improv.