Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, Danielle Beeman began dancing at the age of three under the artistic direction of Michelle Latimer, at Michelle Latimer Dance Academy. In 2015 Danielle graduated from the University of Iowa, receiving her BFA in Dance, a minor in Communication Studies, with a specialization in American Sigh Language. While at UI Danielle received the dance departments ICA Dance Scholarship, The Excellence In Performing and Communicative Arts scholarship, and was accepted into The Order of Omega Honors Society. Danielle was lucky enough to learn works by various companies such as Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Batsheva Dance Company, Martha Graham Dance Company, Nederlands Dans Theaters, Bill T. Jones and perform in works by many renowned choreographers such as George De La Pena, Alan Sener, Deanna Carter, Eloy Barragan, Michael Medcalf, Charlotte Adams, Armando Duarte, Lisa Gonzales, Kristin Mars, and Ellie Goudie. In 2013, Danielle was selected as one of twelve dancers to join the universities elite touring company, Dancers in Company, where she performed four pieces throughout the Midwest, and was selected as a soloist.

In the past, Danielle has attended workshops and intensives with River North Dance Chicago, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Common Art Mutual Passion, Lemon Sponge Cake, and Giordano Dance Chicago. Currently, Danielle dances for Hannah Kahn Dance Company and Maureen Breeze Dance Theater, teaches for Metropolitan Academy of Dance, and is a certified yoga instructor. Danielle is very excited to be working with Jacob Mora and all the other talented artists in this dynamic performance.