Montana Moore
Non Union

Montana’s (she/her) passion for movement began at a very young age. She has trained extensively in a variety of styles including ballet, contemporary, jazz, lyrical, hiphop, broadway and musical theatre. During her years at the studio, she trained in both R.A.D Ballet and I.S.T.D ballet/modern syllabi. Her interest in dance has taken her far beyond her Vancouver roots, training abroad with Royal Winnipeg Ballet and Boston Ballet, as well as in diverse programs in New York City, New Mexico, Seattle, and Los Angeles. She has also trained with various Vancouver- based companies including Harbour Dance Centre’s ITP, The Aviary, KTL Co. and Illustrative Society.

Montana recently completed her first contract with Royal Caribbean in a brand-new production, “The Silk Road”, travelling and performing to audiences across Europe, the Middle East & Asia. She was chosen as part of the original cast, contributing to its creation. The production consisted of contemporary, sexy street, and Bollywood styles as well as aerial/harness work.

Montana’s love for her craft and passion for performing has led to commercial work and large performance works such as the 102nd Grey Cup SiriusXM Kickoff Show with artist Dallas Smith, WE Day at Rogers Arena with Paula Abdul, Vancouver’s 2010 Paralympic Opening Ceremony, Suki’s International Hair, The Main Event, Sportchek and many more. Montana also danced for the female hiphop group, The Sorority, on their west coast tour. You can also find her in a recurring local production, “The Darlings Cabaret”, an intimate and interactive 1950’s meets modern-style cabaret.

Montana can also be seen in film and television with recent credits on CW’s “Riverdale”, Amazon’s “The Man in the High Castle” and in the short film “Eclosion”. Montana was also the host, dancer and choreographer for Bell TV’s “Bell Outside the Box” with the Vancouver Whitecaps. Recently, Montana has found a new passion for acting, and continues to train with Nadine Wright at ACT2.

Montana’s technical background and current commercial styles has made her a unique and eye-catching performance artist. Her distinct attention to detail, performance quality and adaptability has led to her diverse range of work. As a previous UBC psychology graduate, Montana strives to bring a diligent and optimistic lens with her in any environment she works in. Montana challenges herself and her creativity often by collaborating with different videographers to create and explore various concepts through the use of dance, music, speech and cinematography.