Chantelle Good

Chantelle Good, born in Toronto, Canada, started dancing at the young age of 2. Throughout her competitive dance years, she trained extensively in ballet, jazz, contemporary, tap, and hip hop. Following high school, Chantelle moved to New York City to study dance at Marymount Manhattan College, where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in choreography. While living in New York, Chantelle has performed in professional events including the Capezio A.C.E Awards, BC Beat: A Broadway Choreography Showcase, Reverb Dance Festival, New York Fashion Week, and the Inside Out Festival at Jacob's Pillow. She has performed in two full length works directed and choreographed by Emma Portner, “A Primitive Cinema” and “Water that Came to my Waist”. Chantelle was also a cast member of Travis Wall’s “Hollow Suit” and Kate Harpootlian’s “Better Late Than Never”, which both premiered in Long Beach, California. In addition to workshops in New York City, Chantelle has attended Springboard Danse Montreal under the direction of Alexandra Wells, where she performed works by Ohad Naharin and Stijn Celis.  She has also danced for artists including Jennifer Lopez (2018 American Music Awards), Blood Orange, and Snoop Dogg (Fox Live New Year's Eve). Outside of dance, Chantelle’s greatest passions include creative writing, arts advocacy, and community outreach.