Amy Dorman, professionally known as Drea, is a singer/songwriter, dancer, and women's advocate living in Los Angeles, CA.
Born and raised in Minnesota, Drea has been trained in ballet, tap, and jazz from an early age. Drea picked up hip hop and began choreographing in high school, and brought these skills to her college hip hop dance crew. In college, Drea had the chance to bring her dancing abroad to the United Kingdom, where she choreographed and coordinated one of the largest college dance competitions in the country, and traveled throughout England competing with the university's breakdance crew.
After graduation, Drea started her own hip hop classes, DK Hip Hop, while teaching at several studios in the Twin Cities. Upon moving to Los Angeles, Drea began training at the legendary Debbie Reynolds Studios, and choreographed her music video "Take Me Home", which focuses on female sexual liberation and was premiered via the Women's International Music Network.
A survivor of sexual assault, Drea launched Reclaim Movement on January 31, 2018 to create a safe place for women to experience healing and community through dance and music.
Drea is also passionate about alleviating the homeless crisis in L.A., and serves on the board of directors for The Ladybugs Movement, a non-profit campaign working to bring feminine hygiene products to homeless women in Los Angeles.
Drea is currently in the studio writing and recording new music to be released in 2018.