Mallory was born in northern New Jersey and began dancing at the age of two at Edie's Dance Factory. By the age of 5, she began performing with the studios competition team. 

 

     Growing up Mallory performed in Nunnbetter Dance Theatre’s Nutcracker Ballet, with Camp Broadway in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, NJPAC's Summer Conservatory, Random Farms Kids Theatre and The Broadway Workshop. 

 

     By the time Mallory got to high school she knew the stage was where she wanted to be and performed in all of her high school’s spring musicals. Mallory delved into many other activities besides theater including cheerleader, twirling, choir, and Girl Scouts.

 

     Mallory continued her training by attending Marymount Manhattan College, studying Dance. She also studied at Broadway Dance Center in their Summer Professional Semester 2013. She studied with various teachers, who she still works with today and performed in works choreographed by Jim Cooney and April Cook. Mallory attended the Goodspeed Opera House Musical Theatre Dance Intensive where she learned from various artists including Randy Skinner and Kelli Barclay. 

 

     Not only does Mallory enjoy performing on stage, she also enjoys working behind the scenes. Mallory was the Assistant Director/Choreographer for the production Cinderella at Random Farms Kids Theater. She’s also an assistant and substitute teacher throughout her college years. As an alumni of her high school, Mallory has choreographed the spring musicals including Grease and Legally Blonde. 

 

      Mallory performed with the Peggy Spina Tap Company in their performance entitled “It’s About Time” as their newest company member. She graduated from Marymount Manhattan College with a Bachelors of the Arts Degree in Dance in May 2015.

 

      After graduating college, Mallory went on the road with the 42nd Street National Tour. Since then, she has been performing on cruise ships & at regional theaters. She also loves teaching and choreographing for local dance studios and competitions/conventions. She recently delved into the world of judging dance competitions for Step Up 2 Dance.