Brittany Delany communicates enthusiastic curiosity and a strong work ethic. She is a choreographer, dancer, and writer. She will graduate from Wesleyan University in May ’09 with a double major in French Studies and Dance: Choreography & Performance.
Brittany is playful, daring, honest and funky—her movement reflects her personality. Her research in freestyle hip hop and contact improvisation challenges her questions about dance practice and performance.
She works as Associate Editor of the Dance section of Hot Stepz Magazine (www.hotstepzmagazine.com)—based out of Dorchester, MA. She contributes to Voice of Dance too (http://www.voiceofdance.com/v1/index.cfm)—based out of San Francisco, CA.
Committed to a love of the performing arts, Brittany seeks creative ways to connect dance/movement/community/choreography/expanding engagement with embodi(soul)ment.
Took class with Steve Paxton in NYC in 80ties., Island Movement in Maine, North Hampton at Smith and in W. Virginia with Washington D.C. crowd. I have been a bodywork therapist for 15 years and haven’t been dancing enough. I did do a Jam at studio near North Hampton when I was living at Kripalu in Lenox, MA. Would really like to contact. Gotta dance.