Shaun Boyle & Artists

Shaun Boyle (Irvine, CA) Shaun Boyle's choreography has been showcased nationally and internationally at venues such: Joyce Soho Theater (NY), Ailey Citigroup Theater (NY), Tempe Center for the Arts (AZ), the Manship Theater (LA), the DeBaun Center for Performing Arts (NJ), The Irvine Barclay Theatre (CA), the Downey Civic Theatre (CA), the Koger Center for the Arts (SC), The Bonnie Bird Theatre (London, UK), The Robin Howard Theatre at The Place (London, UK), The Clore Studio at the Royal Opera House (London, UK), Officina Giovani (Italy), Markgrafentheater (Germany), Dance City (Newcastle, UK) and St. Mary’s Heritage (Newcastle, UK). Shaun's choreography has been presented at festivals including: Breaking Ground Contemporary Dance and Film Festival, The Dance Gallery Festival, Your Move: New Jerseys Modern Dance Festival, Resolution! (UK), and BodySongs (Italy) amongst others.

Shaun was also a recipient of The Field's Artist Residency grant in New York, the Djerassi Resident Artists Program in California, and the prestigious choreographic initiative DanceLines at the Royal Opera House in London where she received direct mentorship from choreographer Wayne McGregor. Shaun's performing credits include dance companies such as Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, BalletMet, Cherylyn Lavagnino Dance, and The Dario Vaccaro Dance Project. She has also performed in projects such as David Dorfman's ‘Underground’ at the BAM Nextwave Festival and in the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay performances in England.

Shaun holds a BFA in Dance with Honors from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and an MA in Choreography with Distinction from The Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London. Additionally, Shaun is a graduate of the William Esper Studio where she studied Meisner acting technique with legendary Bill Esper.

Currently Shaun is a faculty member in the Dance Department at the University of California, Irvine after having previously taught at the University of Utah and other dance institutions in the United States and United Kingdom.

year: 
2016