Dominica Greene (dancer)
Dominica Greene (she/her) is a bi-racial Black woman who cherishes and channels her Caribbean heritage and Queerness into an art-based existence. She holds a BFA in Contemporary Dance from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. As a freelance dance artist, she has collaborated and performed both nationally and internationally with many notable dance-makers, namely Welcome to Campfire, Kayla Farrish, Wendell Gray II, Jasmine Hearn, Burr Johnson, UNA Productions, and Helen Simoneau. She was a full-time company member with the internationally renowned Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company for two seasons, originating and performing in works by Charles O. Anderson, Ann Carlson, Daniel Charon, Molly Heller, Andrea Miller, and Yin Yue. Currently based on the unceded lands of the Munsee Lenape people, now known as Brooklyn, New York, she is focusing her efforts on contributing to New York’s expansive BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ dance community with her unique voice and philosophy.