Dianne McIntyre

BFA, Ohio State University. Choreographer for modern dance, theatre, television/film. Former company Sounds in Motion toured the United States and Europe and operated a studio/school in Harlem. Collaborator with “jazz/blues/new music” composers. Choreography for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, DCDC, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, GroundWorks, Dancing Wheels, and more. Choreography/residencies: ADF, Bates, Jacob’s Pillow, and universities of Michigan, Maryland, Western Michigan, Oberlin, Spelman, Illinois, Ohio State, Minnesota, State University of New York-Brockport and SUNY-Purchase. Recreated Helen Tamiris’ 1937 “How Long, Brethren?” for current ensembles. Choreography for four Broadway plays, three Off Broadway, 30 regional theatres. TV/film: Beloved, Miss Evers’ Boys, Fun Size, for colored girls…. Dance dramas produced in theatre arenas. Honors: John S. Guggenheim fellowship, three Bessies; ADF Distinguished Teaching (2008), Helen Hayes Theatre Award, honorary doctorate SUNY-Purchase, numerous grants/fellowships from NEA and NYSCA. SLC, 2013–
Undergraduate discipline: Dance

Courses taught in Dance