Contemporary Faculty Bio | Madison Hicks | Steps on Broadway
Faculty - Steps on Broadway


Madison Hicks

Madison Hicks holds a BFA in Dance from The Juilliard School and an MFA in Choreography from California Institute of the Arts. Madison is a freelance creator, performer, and educator. In the upcoming months she will be collaborating with Tony Yazbeck as Associate Choreographer for Manhattan Concert Production's Children of Eden at Lincoln Center. She received the Orsolina28 "Call for Creation" residency for her project, "Corrupt(ed)." Madison was one of eight choreographers chosen for The Jacobs Pillow Ann and Weston Hicks Choreographic Fellowship in 2021. In 2022 and 2023, Madison was commissioned by Loyola Marymount, The Fordham Ailey BFA program, Peabody University, Vitacca Ballet, and Wayne State University, along with being chosen as a choreographer for DanceLabNY and a choreographer in residence at Chez Bushwick. She was also a guest choreographer at The Juilliard School's Summer Intensive, UNCSA Professional Studies, and MoveNYC in 2023.
Madison Hicks contemporary dance

Madison was the choreographer for "The Elixir of Love" Opera at Curtis Institute of Music. Madison is a company artist with Sidra Bell Dance New York. She is the Director and Founder of Moving Forward, an innovative Non-Profit Organization for young artists and founded The Moving Forward Collective in 2022, a group of collaborators that present original work across the country. They will be premiering their evening length work in June 2024. Madison has been commissioned by companies such as Ballet Arkansas, Avant Chamber Ballet, Mash-Up Contemporary Dance company, Ballet Project OC, and Water Street Dance Milwaukee. She has presented work at Arts on Site, Boston Dance Festival, LA Dance Festival, Palm Desert Choreography Festival, and others. She has been a guest choreographer for Orange County School of the Performing Arts, Lindenwood University, Booker T. Washington HSPVA Rep II Ensemble, The University of Texas at Austin, Center of Creative Arts, Houston MET Too, San Diego Civic Center, and The Windward School along with rigorously teaching artists of all ages. Madison is a faculty member at Steps on Broadway and School of American Ballet. She joined DanceONE's 24Seven Break The Floor faculty in 2022.