Lisa Fagan Dance Problems

Lisa Fagan is a dance/theater artist based in Brooklyn. Her company, Lisa Fagan Dance Problems, has presented work at Gibney, Center for Performance Research, HERE Arts Center, Roulette, Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, The 92nd Street Y, Triskelion and The Tank, among others. Fagan was a resident artist at Chez Bushwick (2016) and The Garage SF (2013). She’s done a whole bunch of very eclectic performance work, from the minimalist, durational piece Be Quiet by James Lee Byars at the Jewish Museum (2016-17), to a duet with a blender at a gallery in Greenpoint (Empty Compliments, 2016) to performing with Bandaloop on top of a pile of shipping crates (Harboring, 2014). Fagan’s choreography can be seen in plays, music videos, and films. She graduated from Bard College in 2011. She's also the creator/director of CAMP: Collaborative Arts Mobility Project, an experimental summer arts residency program for working artists across disciplines.

Past Classes & Events

Movement Research at the Judson Church

April 24, 2017