Andrea Nann is a Toronto-based contemporary dance artist and artistic director of Dreamwalker Dance Company. She is a graduate of York University’s Fine Arts Program and is currently a Visiting Artist at Burlington Centre for the Arts, and Brock Centre for the Arts (St. Catharines). As a creator of The Whole Shebang, a multi-arts performance platform, Andrea has developed a unique collaborative interdisciplinary engagement process, the Shebang Process, that is being shared with artists across Southern Ontario. Andrea has created over 40 works for the stage, film, and various outdoor sites. As an interpreter, Andrea was a member of Danny Grossman Dance Company from 1988-2003, where she created, performed, and taught major roles from the works of Mr. Grossman and guest choreographers. Her artistic contributions have been recognized with multiple Dora Mavor Moore nominations for Outstanding Choreography and Outstanding Performance.
Andrea is currently a member of Peggy Baker Dance Projects (Unfold, move, Aleatoria, Piano/Quartet, In a Landscape, coalesce, Phase Space, and Krishna's Mouth) and was movement director for two Soulpepper 2016 productions, The Just and Blood Wedding.