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Columbia College Chicago
Ann Boyd

Ann Boyd

Ann Boyd


Lecturer


Performer, choreographer, director, writer and teacher. This past year she directed the Sweat Girls in Sweatily Ever After, choreographed Dead Man's Cell Phone at Steppenwolf, created a 10 person physical theater piece in 10 hours for Collaboraction’s Sketchbook, performed her solo No Time Like the Present at Finch Gallery, directed Maia Morgan's solo And now, the octopus for Live Bait's Filet of Solo Festival, directed Arlene Malinowski's one-woman show Aiming for Sainthood at 16th Street Theater in Berwyn and performed her original contemporary fairy-tale Naguales at Chicago Public Schools as part of Urban Gateways Touring Program. Ann is currently teaching body movement for actors at Columbia College, solo performance at the University of Chicago and drama for 4-9 year olds at Greeley School. Ann’s teaching is influenced by her interdisciplinary approach to making work and draws upon viewpoints and constraint-based composition as generative tools.