Nicole Curcio is a Magna Cum Laude graduate from LIU Post (formerly CW Post) with a B.F.A in Dance Studies and a minor in Journalism. While at Post, Nicole studied various movement studies, kinesiology, was the president of the Student Dance Association, News Editor for The Pioneer, and company member of the Post Concert Dance Company. PCDC gave her the opportunity to perform and choreograph for the company’s “Diversity” concerts as well as perform in the “Choreographer’s Showcase” at Symphony Space NYC for two consecutive years, where she worked in various styles with artists such as Michael Leon Thomas, Kim Dooley-Kittay, Darnetha M’Baye, Fritzlyn Hector, and Helen Meyers. In her final year at university, Nicole interned at WNET (PBS) while completing her rookie season as a Gotham City Cheerleader in support of the New York Giants. Her choreography was featured on 42nd Street in Manhattan Reparatory Theatre’s August, October, and February Events along with ACDA’s (American College Dance Association) informal concert of 2015.
After college, Nicole choreographed for the off-Broadway play “Miss Blanche Tells It All”; a one man show a part of the New York Musical Festival awarding the main actor Outstanding Performance in a Leading Role. In the 2017/2018 basketball season, Nicole took the court as Westchester Knicks Dancer. Additionally, Nicole coached the Rutgers Jr. Knights dance team as well as danced backup for recording artist, Biagio in venues such as The Tropicana Showroom in Atlantic City, NJ. The following year, Nicole gained representation by MMG Talent Agency and completed the Broadway Dance Center Training Program.
Nicole has always been a fitness enthusiast, consistently weight training and staying athletically active. Most recently, Nicole completed the Club Pilates Teacher Training and received her teaching Pilates certification. Currently, she shares her passion for health and fitness at the Club Pilates studios in Middletown, NJ as well as Metuchen, NJ.
"The only person you should try to be better than is the person you were yesterday."