November 7, 2014 to November 8, 2014
Monica Hogan (T'12) is a professional choreographer, teacher, and dancer based in New York City. As the artistic director of her company -- Monica Hogan Danceworks -- she has presented choreography on stages internationally including: Ailey Citigroup Theater, DUMBO Dance Festival, Actor’s Fund Arts Center, NY Jazz Choreography Project, Queens Council on the Arts, CoolNY Dance Festival (NYC); Xuzhou Concert Hall, Tianjin Concert Hall (China); Triangle Dance Festival for AIDS (NC); and Jazz on Tap (GA), to name a few. Monica teaches advanced/intermediate contemporary and jazz classes throughout the New York area, including Peridance Capezio Center. She has performed professionally in New York as a featured solo artist with both De Funes Dance Company and BalaSole Dance Company, and she serves on the Artist Committee as Marketing Director for National Choreography Month (NACHMO). Monica graduated with distinction in Dance Choreography and Performance from Duke University, where she was the winner of the Louis Sudler Prize in the Creative and Performing Arts.
MasterMonica Hogan Danceworks is a distinctive contemporary company based in New York City. Monica Hogan creates works that draw on inherent themes of the human experience, reimagining archetypal relationships through compositional innovation. With stylistic virtuosity, the company is known for performing with a clarity of vision and musicality that communicates through athletic and intentional movement. Monica Hogan Danceworks cultivates collaboration by integrating dance performance with alternative digital and artistic media. The company aims to unite dance artists of diverse backgrounds, allowing their unique experiences to contribute to the creative process. We strive to create an inclusive rehearsal environment where dancers commit their own artistic voice to the movement.
Monica Hogan Danceworks has presented numerous works on national and international stages, including: Ailey Citigroup Theater, CoolNY Dance Festival, Queens Council on the Arts, Actor's Fund Arts Center (NYC); Triangle Dance Festival for AIDS (NC); Xuzhou Concert Hall, Tianjin Concert Hall (China); Jazz on Tap Festival (GA); and more.