Dominiq Luckie is originally from Jacksonville, Florida where he began his dance training at LaVilla School of the Arts. Realizing his passion for dance, he then received a scholarship to continue his studies at Jacksonville Center of the Arts and was later accepted into Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. His senior year he had accepted a scholarship that lead him to Next Generation Ballet under direction of Philip Neal. He placed in the top 6 in both the classical and contemporary categories at the 2017 Youth America Grand Prix. Dominiq later joined Atlanta Ballet’s second company later that year and spent two seasons there directed by Gennadi Nedvigin and Sharon Story. After leaving AB, Dominiq was blessed with a main company position at BalletMemphis. Under Steven McMahon’s direction, he’s worked with choreographers Trey McIntyre, Chanel DaSilva, Garrett Ammon, Gabriel Lamb and Marcus Willis III which was a great learning and growing experience for him as an artist. These opportunities have inspired him to seek more collaborations with other artist in the near future. In his time with BalletMemphis he was also fortunate to have been casted as ‘Prince’ in Cinderella, granting his first principle role in a story ballet. This is Dominiq’s first season with Dallas Black Dance Theatre.