Julian Donahue graduated in 2019 with a BA in dance and political science from Hofstra University. Prior, he trained at the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre and at Manhattan Youth Ballet. At JKO, Julian was the second recipient of the David Hallberg Scholarship. He joined New York Theatre Ballet for their production of Cinderella in the spring of 2019 and joined the Company for the 2019-2020 season. At NYTB, Julian has performed work by Richard Alston, Sonia Dawkins, Nicolo Fonte, Antonia Fransceschi, Robert La Fosse, José Limón, Margo Sappington, Amanda Treiber, and Pam Tanowitz . As a student, Julian performed works by Adam Barruch, Robin Becker, Sean Curran, David Parker, Frederick Earl Mosley, Eleo Pomare, and Larry Keigwin. At Hofstra, Julian showcased choreography in Student Repertory shows, at the Intercollege Choreography Showing, and at the American College Dance Association Conference. He taught dance to adults with disabilities in partnership with AHRC Nassau. Julian also performs with the New York Baroque Dance Company. Outside of the dance world, Julian co-founded a voting rights initiative on Long Island aimed at expanding democracy in the community.