Gregory Hamilton (Greg) attends the University of North Carolina School of the Arts as a B.F.A. candidate in Contemporary Dance. Greg brings a ferociousness and sincerity to every performance, whether it's musical theater or concert dance, and his movement is a clear representation of his character.
Greg has appeared in works such as “Sunny Day” by Charles Czarny, staged by Dayna Fox; Merce Cunningham’s “Change of Address,” staged by Patricia Lent and Jean Freebury; an all-school production of “Guys and Dolls,” directed by Gus Kaikkonen; “April” by Brenda Daniels; the wonderful “Carnival of the Animals” by Alexei Kremnev and student choreographic works showcased in the annual Emerging Choreographers and Spree shows at UNCSA.
Greg has also performed professionally in Spoleto Festival USA’s production of “Eugene Onegin.” He is pleased to study with the distinguished faculty at UNCSA, under the direction of Susan Jaffe. In life, he simply wishes to inspire others with his gift of movement, and live and dance with every ounce of his being.