Danielle Marie Fusco
Danielle Marie Fusco is originally from Long Island, NY. Her participation within the industry is extensive and diverse with over 20 years of professional experience. This is Danielle’s sixth season with Dzul Dance, a preHispanic Indigenous dance and circus company that tells stories of the Mayan culture, where she serves as a performer throughout Mazatlan MX, Campeche City MX, NYC, and NJ. She also served administrative roles such as Festival Coordinator in Dzul International Dance Festival and is currently the Director of Outreach for DACO (Dzul Arts Community Outreach).
Additional credits include:
Off-Broadway Choreography: “The Anthem”, “The Vanity”(Theatre Row), “Tink!” (NY Musical Festival), National Arts Club, NY Innovative Theatre Awards, Night of 1000 Stevies.
Concert Performances: Jazz Roots (NYC), Dzul Dance, Martha Graham Co (Sam Pott’s Episode in American Document at the Joyce Theatre), Graham 2, Luigi Jazz “String of Pearls” and “L'uRhythmics”.
Soloist/choreographer for Rachel Klein, EAC GO! At STREB in “Devaneio” by Marcela Duarte, Edgar Cortes Dance Theatre, Noemi LeFrance, Nejla Yatkin, Buglisi Table of Silence, Miriam Barbosa Dance (Transcending & Bliss), Jazz Dance Legacy (Las Vegas), Fini Productions (Italy & NY).
Teaching: Martha Graham School, Rioult NY, Luigi Jazz Technique, Peridance, Sceneindgangen (Denmark), NYU, Nazareth College, Eastern Suffolk BOCES etc.
Education: Marymount Manhattan College (BA Dance & Education), Martha Graham School (Certificate of Teaching, Atelier Scholarship), Luigi Jazz Center, Circus Warehouse (LIC).
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