Margot Greenlee received her formal dance training at The Ohio State University, completing an MFA in 1999. While in Ohio, she founded the multidisciplinary lab Total Theater, Inc., conducted dance residencies for the Ohio Arts Council’s Arts in Education program and also taught at Ohio Wesleyan University.
She was a company member with the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange from 1999 to 2007 and continues to serve as an Associate Artist. Her major projects with the Dance Exchange include the Hallelujah Project, a multi-year residency and performance tour; Wild Thing, a children’s performance directed by Celeste Miller; a project at the Kyoto Arts Center in collaboration with Japan’s Contemporary Dance Network; and Ferocious Beauty: Genome, a collaboration with scientists across the country focused on bioethics and the future of genetic research. Her current artistic projects focus on the integration of dance in education, corporate and health care settings.