Board of Directors:

Founding Director
Jonah Bokaer | Choreographer

Chair Emerita

Patsy Tarr

Officers
Chair, Paul McCann
Vice Chair, Thomas H. Lee
Treasurer, Mary Carreiro
Secretary, Helen Allen Smith

Directors
Jonah Bokaer
Michèle Gerber Klein
Thomas H. Lee, MD
Helen Yee Little
Paul McCann
Brent Sikkema
Patsy Tarr

Advisors
Helen Allen Smith
Richard A. Anderman, Esq.
Youness Anzane
Nicole Birmann Bloom
Wayne S. Blank
Lili Chopra
Rosalind Dear
Stephanie French
Alexander Gorlin
Claude Grunitzky
Steven Johnson, Esq.
John Lithgow
Turid Meeker
Lorcan O’Neill
Sheela Raj
Ronald Rudolph
Martha Sherman

Honorary
Daniel Arsham
Marina Abramovic´
Frederick W. Beinecke
Christophe de Menil
Micki Wesson
Diana Widmaier Picasso
Robert Wilson

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Team:

Millie Kapp | Studio and Office Manager
Young-eun Go | Communications Intern
Michela Doherty | Administrative Intern

Millie Kapp is a New York-based performing artist. In 2013, she graduated with an MA in Performance Studies from NYU and completed her undergraduate degree in 2010 with a BA in Visual and Critical Studies from School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Kapp has presented her performance work in Oakland, Maine, Toronto, Philadelphia, Montreal, Minneapolis, Chicago and New York. She’s a former Chez Bushwick artist in residence and has held additional residencies at the Institute for American Art, the Elizabeth Foundation, the New Dance Alliance, and the Chicago Cultural Center. Most recently, she shared her work in New York at Situations, The Kitchen, La MaMa, the Center for Performance Research, Roulette, and with AUNTS among other places. She’s curated and programmed performance and other live events in New York City and was previously adjunct faculty at Stony Brook University. In addition to her role as studio manager this fall, Kapp will be co-directing a play with the young adult theatre ensemble, Urban Youth Theatre through the Abrons Arts Center.

 


 

Young-eun Go is from South Korea. After graduating a Major in English, she is keen on communicating and engaging with people from all around the world and with different cultures. After a first experience overseas in Greece as an exchange student, where she explored nine European countries, she aims at pursuing an international career. Young was engaged in Pusan Student Interpreters’ Association in 2016 and served as an academic leader of English department for the second half of the year. She had also been a leader of a dance team in a church for five years.

Michela Doherty grew up dancing in Massachusetts and is a recent graduate of Roger Williams University in Rhode Island. She majored in Dance and Communications. While attending college she had the opportunity to study dance and theater in London where she was able to explore a new culture while viewing, analyzing, and critiquing performances throughout the United Kingdom.  Michela is pursuing a career in arts administration and communication.