Maggie loves nothing more than being onstage. For eleven years, Maggie competed both nationally and internationally in over 100 competitions across Canada and the United States. Maggie's dance troupe also travelled to London, England during the 2012 Olympic Games, and provided halftime entertainment for the crowds.
While in the Steps Conservatory, Maggie had the privilege of performing at the Steps Studio Theater, New York Live Arts, the Ailey Citigroup Theater, Manhattan Movement and Arts Center, the Children's Museum of Manhattan, and the Salvatore Capezio Theater. She performed works created by Earl Mosley, Gabrielle Lamb, Terk Lewis, Julie Magneville, and Omar Roman de Jesus, as well as Tony nominated choreographers Joshua Bergasse and Chet Walker. Maggie also had the honour of learning a solo from Donna McKechnie, Broadway's first Cassie, and performing original Fosse choreography, restaged by Lloyd Culbreath and Dana Moore; members of the Verdon Fosse Legacy LLC.
Maggie has been involved in multiple professional productions across New York City. She performed in an immersive show at Restoration Plaza, the Bryant Park contemporary dance series, LAUNCH V presented by The Tank, the Table of Silence at Lincoln Center, the DUMBO Dance Festival at Gelsey Kirkland, and the Jazz Choreography Enterprise at the Salvatore Capezio Theatre.
Maggie was thrilled to present her own work in the Fall HATCH Series curated by Jennifer Muller/The Works, and hopes to continue finding her voice as a choreographer as well as a performer. In addition, Maggie has experience dancing on camera, in concept videos by Nick Palmquist, Sekou McMiller, Rebecca Zizek, Ai Toyoshima, and Jenn Rose. Maggie was also recently selected to create a solo for Ensemble Ouvert, in a virtual collaborative art project.