Mark Haim Dance and Theater
Once referred to as a "choreographer's choreographer," by Anna Kisselgoff of the NY Times, Mark Haim has been choreographing for 30 years. His work has been presented by the Kennedy Center, the American Dance Festival, The Danspace Project, On The Boards, Bumbershoot, and theaters and colleges around the US, Europe and Asia. His work has been commissioned by Nederlands Dans Theater, Ballet Frankfurt, the Limon Dance Company, the Joffrey II Dancers, the Rotterdamse Dansgroep, the Silesian Dance Theater, the Companhia de Danca de Lisboa, CoDanceCo, the TRANS Dance Co, and The Wooden Floor. He has restaged his works on companies such as The Joffrey Ballet, the Bat-Dor Dance Company of Israel, Djazzex, and the Juilliard Dance Ensemble. Most recently, he restaged “This Land Is Your Land” on Yabin & Friends in Beijing, China.
Since 2002, he has been guest choreographer at The Wooden Floor, an after-school organization that has promised hope and opportunity to nearly 400 low-income youth annually. He is a recipient of a NYFA Fellowship, two NEA Fellowships and grants from the NPN Suitcase Fund, ArtsLink, Inc. the Harkness Foundation, the Jerome Foundation, and the Seattle Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture. In 2000, he was awarded the Scripps/ADF Humphrey-Weidman-Limon Fellowship for Choreography.