Faye Driscoll was hailed as “1 of 25 to watch out for in 2008″ by Dance Magazine. Her recent work, 837 Venice BLVD, was named one of the top 5 dance shows of 2008 by the New York Times. This April – July 2009 her video and performance work will be featured in Younger Than Jesus the first edition of the New Museum’s new signature triennial in which fifty select artists from twenty-five countries will be presented. This summer Driscoll has been commissioned to create a new work at the American Dance Festival and will be a resident artist in the Djerassi Resident Artists Program. In addition to creating her own shows Driscoll is directing an act of Taylor Mac’s 5-act epic, The Lily’s Revenge, premiering at HERE Arts Center in October 2009 and will be choreographing for Cynthia Hopkins new show The Truth: A One-Woman Greek Tragedy premiering at Soho Rep in 2010. She recently choreographed for the National Theater of the United States of America’s Chautauqua! at PS122 and has choreographed for Church and The Shipment, two great plays by Young Jean Lee. She has been a member of the HERE Artists Residency Program 2007-2009 and is an Artist Advisor at BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange where she was an Artist-in-Residence 2005-2007. Driscoll was a member of Doug Varone and Dancers, performed extensively with Yasmeen Godder and was choreographic assistant to David Neumann in his creation of The Common Foreign Language of the Red-Haired People with Mikhail Baryshnikov. She holds a BFA from NYU’s Tisch School for the Arts. Her new show will premier at Dance Theater Workshop in 2010.