Danica Marlow began dancing when she was four years old, and still remembers her first ever performance as a bunny rabbit. From that point on, she was hooked to the thrill of the stage, though she did take some time away from dance to pursue equestrianism - she used to barrel race! Ultimately dance won her back, and she ended up moving to Edmonton to further her training at the Edmonton School of Ballet, where she successfully completed her Advanced II Cecchetti International Examination. Throughout her training, Danica had the good fortune to learn from many renowned artists, such as Anita Young, Glenn Gilmour, Kate Simmons, Nancy and Murray Kilgour, Laurence Menotti-Chevennement, and Francois Chevennement. In 2001, Danica joined the Teacher Training Program, eventually receiving her Associate Diploma Teaching Qualifications (both through the Cecchetti Society of Canada). She holds a certificate of Applied Anatomy and Physiology for Dancers.
In 2005 Danica joined Citie Ballet, where she performed classical repertoire including Princess Aurora and Blue Bird from Sleeping Beauty and variations from Paquita. She had many original roles created for her, and worked with many guest choreographers. Two of her favourite roles to perform were Carmen, from Francois Chevennement's original production of Carmen and Solitude from Mother, Do Not Cry - an original work created for her by Waldemar Bartkowski. Danica has been honoured to be a guest artist with both Shumka and Mile Zero Dance.