Movers & Shapers Podcast: Julie Mayo

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Release Date: December 15, 2015
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About Julie Mayo

Julie Mayo is a choreographer and director based in Brooklyn. Mayo has recently been commissioned to create an evening length work for Gibney Dance in NYC for their Fall 2016 season and was a 2014-2015 New York Live Arts’ Fresh Tracks Performance and Residency Artist-in-Residence. Other recent commissions include the University of Wisconsin/Madison, Wilson College, Broward College, the University of Virginia and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Mayo’s choreographic work has been a “Best Of” pick in Time Out Chicago and a High Marks recipient in the Movement Research Performance Journal. She has been a recipient of creative residencies at the UCross Foundation, Djerassi, and Wilson College and has been a guest artist at schools throughout the U.S. including Dickinson College, University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee, Ohio University, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Maryland, Middlebury College, as well as a teacher at community venues ClassClassClass, Brooklyn Studios for Dance and Gibney Dance. In New York, her work has been presented at New York Live Arts, Movement Research at the Judson Church, JACK, and Dixon Place, and nationally at experimental venues Highways Performance Space (Los Angeles), NOHspace (San Francisco), Links Hall (Chicago) and <fidget>space (Philadelphia). She studied Dance as an undergrad at Ohio University and received her MFA in Experimental Choreography from the University of California, Riverside.

More on Julie:


 Wilson College SUPA

“Whoa Man”

Ohio University Dance

Gladys Bailin Stern

Stephanie Skura

Skinner Technique


Samuel Beckett Trilogy


UC Riverside

Neil Greenberg

Jeanine Durning

Tere O’Connor

David Lynch

Todd Solondz

Susan Rethorst


Podcast produced by: The Moving Architects
Interviewer: Erin Carlisle Norton
Intro Music: “Singing Distance” by Elijah Aaron

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