Theatre artist

dance teacher


who am i?


My full name is Priscilla Greco Torres (she/her) and I was born and raised in Mexico City. I am a daughter of a Mexican mother and an American father, both Musical Theatre performers.
Having the influence of my parents and all of the dancing, acting and singing classes I was in, it was only a matter of time until I was cast in telenovelas, commercials and a band as a kid.

As an adult, I have mainly focused on dance. I am a dancer first, dancer second and everything else third. I have been singing and acting my whole life, but dance will always be my first love. 

The pandemic brought a whole new perspective about life and where and who I want to work with. After 10 years of living in New York, I have relocated to Mexico, just waiting for the right moment to go back to New York, but in the mean time, I am falling back in love with my country and it has been refreshing to witness the amount of talent, creativity and passion that Mexico offers on the daily.

I am a proud Biracial Mexican-American, and I want to bring these two worlds of mine together through art. I aspire to collaborate with the Latine community in the USA and the theatre community in Mexico, so that I can act as a bridge between both cultures and create something new.

and What makes me a BINATIONAL ARTISt

my WHY

To inspire authentic connection, 
so that together we can witness The magic of new beginnings

my objectives

My mission is to authentically connect with the individuals I share my art with, to tell stories that provoke thoughts, desires and dreams, and to do so with integrity.

I am working towards an industry that values growth, vulnerability, passion and inclusivity.

As a story teller, I seek to express human emotions, so that together we can bring more empathy to our interactions, audiences of different backgrounds feel represented, inspired and seen and so that we can be in a constant state of growth and find joy in being human.

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