Michelle Boulé is a performer, choreographer, teacher and BodyTalk practitioner based in New York. Her work has been shown in New York at Dance and Process at The Kitchen, Center for Performance Research, Movement Research Festival at Judson Church, Food for Thought at Danspace Project, Catch Series, and Issue Project Room (Emerging Artist Commission May 2013). She has been a choreographic assistant and performance coach for Deborah Hay solo adaptations, including an adaptation presented by El Auditorio in Tenerife, Spain. In 2010, she was an artist-in-residence at DanceHouse in Dublin, Ireland and a participant at the SKITE residency in Caen, France. She received a 2012 space grant from Brooklyn Arts Exchange and is a 2012-14 NY Movement Research Artist-in-Residence.
She has collaborated and performed in every group piece by Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People since 2001, and received a ‘Bessie’ for her performance as James Dean and collaboration in the creation of Last Meadow. Other dance artists she has worked with include John Jasperse, John Scott, Deborah Hay, (William Forsythe commission If I Sing to You), David Wampach, Donna Uchizono, Neal Medlyn, Christine Elmo, Neal Beasley, Beth Gill, Judith Sanchez-Ruiz, Doug Varone (Metropolitan Opera Ballet, Opera Colorado), Gabriel Masson, and playwright/director Rosie Goldensohn. She also collaborates with cellist/composer Okkyung Lee. She is part of the teaching faculty and Artists Advisory Council at Movement Research in New York. She has also been faculty at The New School, Hollins University and the University of Illinois as well as a guest teacher at other dance institutions in North America, Europe, Australia and Asia. She was a 2002 DanceWeb scholarship recipient at Impulstanz in Vienna. http://michelleboule.wordpress.com
Created original role in:
Misuse Liable to Prosecution (2007)
Currently performing in: