Lawrence Goldhuber recently went on a world tour with Jan Fabre’s Prometheus Landscape II. Choreographed works include TRELLIS and Sleeping Giant at the Abrons Arts Center and Mass MoCA, Whose Broads Stripes on the steps of the Federal Hall National Memorial, Julius Caesar Superstar with Robert LaFosse at Danspace Project. Also, The Cost of Living with British group DV8 in Sydney, London and Hong Kong, Meredith Monk’s Ascension Variations at the Guggenheim, and SWELL(ing) Relatives by Valeria Vasilevski at La Mama, E.T.C. Born in New York City, Mr. Goldhuber trained as an actor at Boston University. He received a 1995 New York Dance and Performance (Bessie) Award for “sustained achievement as an influential presence in modern dance” and served as the co-host for the 2002 Awards. He is the recipient of a 2002 Fellowship in Choreography from NYFA, and his work has been commissioned by The Joyce Theater, DTW, PICA, Danspace Project, PS122, LMCC, and Jacob’s Pillow among others. His company, Goldhuber & Latsky performed internationally and received commissions from Celebrate Brooklyn! and The American Dance Festival (Primus/Tamaris Fellowship), The Whitney Museum, The Cannes International Festival de Danse, etc. Goldhuber began working with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company in 1985 (guest appearances 2004,06, 08 and 10) touring worldwide and creating roles in such landmark dances as Still/Here and Last Supper at Uncle Tom’s Cabin (both seen on PBS). Other dance and theater work includes Fred Ho's Journey Beyond the West at BAM, and the title role in Golem for the Henson International Puppet Festival. In addition to performances with Keely Garfield in New York and London, and Sherry Vine at Wigstock, Larry performed regularly at the legendary downtown club Jackie 60 and was on the artist board of Performance Space 122 in NY for many years. Next project: The Perfect Disease with Jan Fabre premiering January 2014.
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