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Dance Making Strategies
August 5-9, 2013 3:30-6pm
Saint Mark's Church, 131 East 10th Street at 2nd Avenue
NEIL GREENBERG ON MONDAYS WITH MERCE:
Episode 9: Dancing for Merce: With Neil Greenberg
Episode 13: Re: Roaratorio
2009 DORIS DUKE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION CREATIVE EXPLORATION FUND AWARD
For the early stages of research and development of a new creative concept. A new program of The MAP fund, a program of Creative Capital supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation.
revival of Not-About-AIDS-Dance honored as “One of 2006's 10 Best” by Apollinaire Scherr in Newsday:
“The supertitles that appear over the heads of the even-keeled dancers in Neil Greenberg's widely acclaimed, yet rarely seen, 1994 masterpiece dispassionately describe the dance's own creation — and the AIDS epidemic: While the choreographer was making this work, his friends were dying all around him. Weaving life and art together in a rich, contradictory web, Not-About-AIDS-Dance should be revived not every 12 years, but every year.”
Partial View awarded Time
Out/New York Audience Award at
the 2005 Bessies:
“For exploring the ways in which
we see and experience a dance, for realizing a vision of the
stage space and of the individual performer that is complex
and personal, and for capturing the integrity and idiosyncrasy
of his collaborators, the Time Out New York Audience Award
is given to Neil Greenberg for Partial View at Dance
Partial View honored
as “One of 2005’s 10 Best” by
Gia Kourlas in Time Out/New York
“Partial View was layered with gorgeous live
and projected video by John Jesurun, as well as Zeena Parkins’s
score for acoustic and electric harp, but its sparse beauty
was grounded in Greenberg’s quietly superb choreography.”
Partial View honored as “One
of 2005’s 10 Best” by Apollinaire
Scherr in Newsday
“Best use of multimedia. Video
usually serves as no more than a weak distraction from the
dance, but the live camera John Jesurun trained on the dancers
in Neil Greenberg’s stunning ‘Partial View’ at
DTW made an introspective journey visible.”
BOOKS & ARTICLES:
ARTFORUM "500 Words" Interview with David Valesco, 16 June, 2008.
Conversation between Neil Greenberg and Miguel Gutierrez from Critical Correspondence, Movement Research Publishing, 1 May, 2006.
Richert Schorr's “Neil, Moving” from Dance Theater Workshop/Blog, 7 Nov. 2007.
Lisa Paul Steitfeld's “New Narrative Energizes New York Performance” in NYArts Magazine, May-June 2007.
David Romàn’s Performance In America: Contemporary
U.S. Culture and the Performing Arts (Duke University
Press, 2005), “Not About AIDS,” pp. 49-78.
Ann Daly’s Critical Gestures: Writings on Dance and
Culture (Wesleyen University Press, 2002), “A Chronicle
Faces Death and Celebrates Life,” pp. 135-137, etc.