The work of Hilary Easton + Company has been often praised for its intelligence and spark, investigating the complexity of the human condition with deep physicality and deft choreographic structure. The company has been presented since 1992 at venues including American Dance Festival, The Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church, Dance Theater Workshop, PS 122, The Center for Contemporary Arts of Santa Fe, Women and Their Work, The University of Texas, Bennington College, Central Park Summerstage, The Yard, and Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors. The Company's work has been hailed by The New York Times as “visionary in its simple affirmation of the magic of art and the human spirit”, and by The Village Voice as “marvelous and deeply thoughtful.”
In 2012, Hilary Easton + Company premiered The Constructors
at The Baryshnikov Arts Center, followed by a performances at Carnegie Hall for the LinkUp series. Both the students of Roger Williams University, and Headwaters Dance Company in Missoula Mt. performed sections of Ms. Easton's The Short-Cut. Recent engagements include Simon's Rock College, Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, Roger Williams University, The Danspace Project
at St. Mark's Church, Mount Tremper Arts, The Clark Theater/Lincoln Center, Symphony Space, and The Duke Theater/New 42nd Street.
The company has been honored with awards including the Paul Taylor Fellowship, and grants from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Mertz Gilmore Foundation, The Jerome Foundation, The Harkness Foundation for Dance, The Bossak-Heilbron Foundation, The Maxine Greene Foundation for Social Imagination, the Arts, and Education, Meet The Composer, and The Manhattan Community Arts Fund.
Hilary Easton + Company:
Thomas Cabaniss: composer - www.thomascabaniss.com
Aaron Henderson: web designer - www.aaronhenderson.com
Joshua McHugh: photographer - www.joshuamchugh.com
Kathy Kaufmann: lighting designer
Anna Kiraly: video - www.annakiraly.com
Scott Lehrer: music producer/sound designer
Cynthia Rowley: costume designer- www.cynthiarowley.com
Mike Rugnetta: composer - www.rheumatictangle.net
Madeleine Walach: costume designer