Dorian Brooke, born and raised in Minneapolis, MN, was involved with the Performing Arts from the very beginning. Coming from a family with a variety of performance based backgrounds, Dorian never witnessed a dull moment. At the age of 7, Dorian received her first role. It was then she knew her heart belonged to the theatre.
By the age of 10, Dorian was involved with a variety of theatres throughout Minneapolis, including the Children’s Theatre Company and Stages Theatre Company. She also pursued her passions through dance, taking lessons in tap, jazz, lyrical and ballet from age 3 all the way until she graduated high school in 2011.
Dorian has had the privilege to study with many well-known dancers, such as Travis Wall and Sonya Tayeh from So You Think You Can Dance. In both 2008 and 2010, she received the 1st Overall Champion award at the Showbiz National Championships for her tap solos.
In May of 2015, Dorian graduated from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss). There, she received a BFA in both Musical Theatre and Acting. She was seen in many of their productions, and was also a board member/choreographer for the Ole Miss Student Dance organization. In addition, Dorian has received many accolades for her comedy/comedic timing, and is especially known for her ability to create her own quirky and interesting, comedic characters.
Dorian currently resides in Minneapolis, where she performs, teaches and choreographs regularly. She has worked for companies such as Theatre Latté Da, Old Log and Artistry.