Dominique Thompson, BFA Dance, Teaches Horton Technique
Dominique Thompson</strong> began her training at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts as a dance major in Astoria Queens, NY. Thompson graduated from Montclair State University (MSU) in 2017 with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Dance. At MSU she studied ballet, pointe, tap, African, and various modern techniques such as Horton, Limón, May O’Donnell, Paul Taylor, and contemporary. At MSU, she has performed works by Larry Keigwin, Fredrick Earl Mosley, Christian Von Howard, Nancy Lushington, and others. Along with the performing aspects of dance she has completed dance teaching courses such as Dance for Children, Dance Methods, and an internship at Sharron Miller’s Academy for the Performing Arts in Montclair, NJ. She has been teaching and choreographing works at many dance institutions throughout NY and NJ. Thompson has previously trained at Philadanco Summer Intensive, Earl Mosley Winter Intensive, Elisa Monte Dance Summer Series, Dance Theater of Harlem Winter Intensive and Innervisions Theater Arts Center Summer Intensive. Currently she resides in Philadelphia PA, where she is an apprentice dancer with the Philadanco Dance Company.