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Danielle Micich is a choreographer, director and performer.
Graduating from Victorian College of the Arts she relocated to Perth as a company dancer for Buzz Dance Theatre, toured internationally with Squint and was a recipient of an Australia Council for the Arts ‘Young and Emerging’ grant.
Danielle was the Artistic Director of STEPS Youth Dance Company for four years. In 2011 she performed in Night Train Productions’ Wish with Humphrey Bower winning a West Australian Dance award for Outstanding Female Performer and Blue Room Theatre awards for Best Individual Performance and Members Choice. Wish was remounted for Perth Theatre Company’s 2014 season.
In 2012 Danielle was commissioned to create work for Buzz Dance Theatre and QL2, and was the Assistant Director on Force Majeure and Belvoir’s co-production Food. In 2013 she choreographed Black Swan Theatre Company’s Flood and Barking Gecko Theatre Company’s Driving Into Walls which was nominated for a 2013 Helpmann Award, won a 2013 Equity Guild award and later toured to Sydney Opera House.
In 2014 Danielle was Assistant Director on Sydney Theatre Company’s Perplex and choreographed Barking Gecko Theatre Company’s 1507. Her work Shiver — which was invited to perform at the 2012 Australian Dance Awards — toured regional Western Australia. She also premiered new work Overexposed at the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia.