“The Dance Center of Greensboro doesn’t just teach dancing. It creates dancers!”
– Mallory Graham, Dance Instructor
A Little About Mallory Graham
Mallory Graham, (Performance Company & DCG Faculty) – a native of South Carolina, Mallory began studying dance with Grange Hall once a week and from the first class was hooked on performing for life. Mallory made his way to New York City where he became a “Broadway Gypsie” performing in at least 15 Broadway shows and choreographing 3 others. Mallory has studied under some of the dance industry’s greats of the day including jazz with Luigi, Gus Giordano and Matt Maddox and tap with Henry Le Tang, Bobo Audy and Danny Hoctor of Dance Caravan. As a teacher Mallory has over 35 years of experience and success placing his dance students on Broadway in numerous shows including: Evita, A Chorus Line, Beauty and the Beast, Little Me, Barnum, Meet Me in St. Louis, Cats, Radio City Music Hall Rockettes.
In film including: Chaplin, A Chorus Line, Xanadu and on television in The Love Boat and the Country Music Awards to name a few. Mr. Graham has produced, directed and choreographed the Miss Mississippi Pageant Show for over a decade and has won 6 Emmy Awards for directing and/or choreographing. Locally Mallory Graham produced High School Musical and choreographed Hairspray for The Community Theater of Greensboro, Theatre in the Schools for Guilford County, Aida for the Myrtle Beach School system, and Guys and Dolls, Little Shop of Horrors, and 42nd Street for the High Point Community Theatre. The Dance Center of Greensboro is honored to have Mallory Graham join our faculty a a teacher and choreographer to offer our students his expertise, incredible life experience as a professional dancer and performer and as a multi-Emmy Award winning choreographer.