Donna Crump is an award- winning choreographer, actress, and performing artist from New Orleans, who has been dancing for over 30 years. She holds a BFA in dance from Tulane University and has also studied and created dance in New York, South Africa with the First Physical Dance Theatre and in Brazil with the country's premier dance company Grupo Corpo.
Donna served as the resident choreographer for the Marigny Opera Ballet in New Orleans over the inaugural season in 2014/2015. Donna is a current performer and Artistic Director of her contemporary dance company, Good Dance Since 1984 which has performed in nationally in such places as New Orleans, Houston, Boston, Alabama, and more.
Since founding Good Dance in 2012, Crump has produced several full length works, started the pre-professional division of Good Dance, and starred in several commercials and films alongside directors like Spike Lee and Garrett Bradley. Crump played a lead role in the film “America” by Garrett Bradley which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2018.