Hello Wonderful Theater (and Friend) Folk - As you may or may not know, my newest piece Inch by Inch will be going up in mid September as part of the 2015 Dream Up Festival. We are still seeking a…Continue
A proud native of Chicago, Illinois, Lindsey Mandolini is a professional dancer, choreographer, performance artist, teacher, and arts administrator living in Brooklyn, New York. Lindsey began her formal training at the Ruth Page Foundation School of Dance, under the direction of Larry Long and Dolores Lipinski, and graduated from the University of the North Carolina School of the Arts (UNSCA) High School Program, with a concentration in Contemporary Dance. Lindsey went on to New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where she graduated with high honors receiving a BFA in Dance and a minor in Art History. While studying at NYU, she performed in original works by Deborah Jowitt, James Martin, Sydney Skybetter, and Kate Weare. Since graduation, Lindsey has worked for New York-based choreographers including: Pilar Castro Kiltz (Ensemble Dance), Hee Ra Yoo (Yoo & Dancers), Regina Nejman (Regina Nejman & Company), Jody Oberfelder (Jody Oberfelder Projects), and Erin Carlisle Norton (The Moving Architects).As a choreographer, she has presented her work at Symphony Space, Triskelion Arts, Dixon Place, and the Center for Performance Research; in addition to choreographing for music videos and live bands. Lindsey was a member of the LEIMAY Ensemble for the 2015-2016 performance season. She was an original cast member in borders at BAM and performed at the first annual HANASAKA Benefit- honoring Philip Glass. Lindsey is currently the Studio Manager at CAVE and could not be more proud to be a part of the LEIMAY Family. This fall, she performed with LEIMAY during Qualia-Transcendence and In Illo Tempore Vignettes III, in addition to collaborating with LEIMAY Fellows Kathleen Kelley and Thea Little on interdisciplinary projects. She remains a faculty member at Mark Morris Dance Center for their Children & Teen program.