Associate Director

Donna Clark is a native New Yorker who became interested in dance by first exploring all forms of the arts including music and drama. She developed as an artist as a member of the Alpha Omega Young Adult Workshop under the direction of Ronn Pratt and later Andy Torres. Simultaneously she studied at the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance on a five-year full scholarship.

Before becoming a principal dancer with Alpha Omega in addition to being the Company’s Assistant Artistic Director and Associate Director, Ms. Clark worked with several modern dance companies. These included Joan Miller’s Dance Players, Michiyo and Dancers, Premiere Dance Theater, Gallman’s Newark Dance Theatre, Eleo Pomare Dance Company and Shirley Rushing Danz, Inc. Ms. Clark holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Education from Baruch College, City University of New York.

Ms. Clark returned to her first love of musical theater with performances in the European productions of Black and Blue and Porgy and Bess; the national tour of The Wiz, and regional productions of Children of Eden, Play On!, and Latin Sol. Ms. Clark also choreographed the production of “Café Society”, a musical revue based on the many musical greats who passed through the actual café in the late 1930’s, performed at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center in NYC.