Liz Lerman (born 1947) is an American choreographer and founder of Liz Lerman Dance Exchange. [1 ] [2 ] [3 ]
The company has appeared at the
National Cathedral, [4 ] Kennedy Center Opera House, and Millennium Stage, [5 ] Lansburgh Theater, [6 ] [7 ] Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, [8 ] Harvard University, [9 ] and the [10 ] Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. [11 ] [12 ]
In July 2011, Lerman passed the leadership of her company to Cassie Meador,
and the company is now called simply Dance Exchange. [13 ] [14 ] [15 ]
That fall, Lerman spent the semester at Harvard as a Visiting Lecturer.
Wesleyan University Press also published [16 ] Hiking the Horizontal: Field Notes from a Choreographer, Lerman's collection of essays, in 2011. [17 ]
References [ edit ]
^ "Liz Lerman Dance Exchange.(Lansburgh Theater, Washington DC)". The Kenyon Review. January 1, 2006.
^ Jackson, George (December 8, 1993). "Liz Lerman, on the move".
^ Traiger, Lisa (October 27, 2006). "Liz Lerman: Looking Ahead, Looking Back".
^ "Liz Lerman Dance Exchange: . Ferocious Beauty: Genome" Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago . Retrieved . 2011-07-29
^ Sarah Kaufman (January 24, 2011). "Liz Lerman set to move on from her namesake dance company". The Washington Post.
^ Mary Carole McCauley (January 24, 2011). "Liz Lerman to leave dance troupe in July". The Baltimore Sun.
^ Corydon Ireland (December 15, 2011). "Adding art to academics". Harvard Crimson.
^ Liz Lerman. "About Liz Lerman".
^ United States Artists Official Website
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