Choreographer Abigail Levine's works bring together dance’s physical attunement with performance art’s experiments on time and task. Her works have been performed internationally at the Movement Research Festival, Mount Tremper Arts Festival, Center for Performance Research, Gibney Dance, Dixon Place’s Under Exposed Festival, Art in Odd Places, DanceNow Festival, Escenario Urbano, Concordia University, International Festival of Dance in Urban Landscapes, Taipei Fringe Festival, and Prisma Forum. Abigail has received commissions from the Kennedy Center, Danza Contempoánea de Cuba, Mount Tremper Arts, and the Manhattan Opera Theater.
Abigail’s work has received support through residencies and grants from New Music USA, Tofte Lake Emerging Artist Residency, Puffin Foundation, Brooklyn Arts Council, International Interdisciplinary Artist Consortium, Lugarização International Artist Residency, the Dragon’s Egg Residency, and Contemporary Arts at Woodside residency. Abigail has published essays and articles in many respected journals and was the 2013-14 guest editor of Movement Research’s digital performance journal Critical Correspondence. Abigail holds a Masters in Dance and Performance Studies from New York University and has taught nationally and internationally, at universities and festivals. Abigail is currently Visiting Instructor in Dance at Wesleyan University.