Collaborators

 
Bjorn G. Amelan
 
Bjorn G. Amelan was the partner of the later fashion designer Patrick Kelly from 1983 until Mr. Kelly passed away on January 1, 1990. Mr. Amelan moved to the United States to begin his collaboration with Bill T. Jones in 1993. He has designed sets for the following works by...

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Janet Wong
 
Janet Wong was born in Hong Kong and trained in Hong Kong and London. Upon graduation she joined the Berlin Ballet where she first met Bill when he was invited to choreograph on the company. In 1993, she moved to New York to pursue other interests. Ms. Wong became Rehearsal...

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Nick Hallett
 
Nick Hallett has been a collaborator of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company since 2014.  His scores include all three evenings of the Analogy Trilogy, A Letter to my Nephew, and Fishkill/Movements 1-45.  He is the recipient of a 2017 “Bessie” award for Best Revival, with Ishmael Houston-Jones and Miguel Gutierrez, for Variations on Themes...

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HPrizm aka High Priest
 
Kyle Austin Professionally known as -Hprizm is an American avant-garde artist, composer, new media artist and performer whose work spans performance art, pop music and multimedia projects. Formally trained as a visual artist, Prizm, later developed from the axis of poetry, hip hop and the experimental arts community of New York’s...

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Robert Wierzel
 
Robert Wierzel has worked with artists in theatre, dance, new music, opera and museums, on stages throughout the country and abroad. He has worked with choreographer Bill T. Jones and his company since 1985. Projects include Blind Date, Another Evening/I Bow Down, Still/Here, You Walk?, Last Supper at Uncle Tom’s Cabin/The Promised Land,...

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Sam Crawford
 
Sam Crawford completed degrees in English and Audio Technology at Indiana University in 2003. A move to New York City led him to Looking Glass Studios where he worked on film projects with Philip Glass and Björk. His recent sound designs and compositions have included works for the Bill T....

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Liz Prince
 
Liz Prince designs costumes for dance, theater and film and has had the great pleasure of designing for Bill T. Jones since 1991. Her work has been exhibited at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 2011 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Space and Design, Cleveland Center for Contemporary...

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Mark Hairston
 
A native of Washington, DC, Mark H. is a director, performer and educator with a primary focus on American theater and theater of the African diaspora. He is particularly drawn to classical works, innovative literary adaptations, and theater for community development. His recent directing highlights include Julius Caesar, The Escape; or, A...

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Elizabeth Diller (DS+R)
 
Elizabeth Diller is a co-founding partner of Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R). Alongside partner Ric Scofidio, Liz’s cross-genre work has been distinguished with TIME’s “100 Most Influential People” list and the first MacArthur Fellow named in the field of architecture. She led two cultural works significant to New York: The...

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Peter Nigrini
 
Peter Nigrini has designed on Broadway for Beetlejuice, Ain’t Too Proud, The SpongeBob Musical, Dear Evan Hansen, A Doll’s House, Part 2, Amlié, An Act of God, The Heidi Chronicles, The Best Man, Fela!, 9 to 5 and Say Goodnight Gracie. Other designs include: Grounded (The Public Theater), Here Lies...

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Solomon Weisbard
 
Weisbard is Brooklyn-based and Oregon-born. Since 2006, he’s created various projects with Bill T. Jones / Arnie Zane Dance Company, most recently Story/Time, Fondly Do We Hope…Fervently Do We Pray, and 100 Migrations. Other lighting designs: Rite of Spring(Martha Graham); The Soldier’s Tale (with Michael Cerveris at Yale / Carnegie Hall);Stones in his Pockets (Yale Rep); Macbeth (Arden); Luis...

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Ted Coffey
 
Ted Coffey makes acoustic and electronic chamber music, interactive installations, and songs. His work has been presented in concerts and festivals across North America, Europe and Asia, at such venues as Judson Church, The Knitting Factory, Roulette, Symphony Space, and Lincoln Center (NYC), The Lab, New Langton Arts, Zellerbach Hall,...

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Matthew Gamble
 
Matthew Gamble (Baritone) American Baritone Matthew Gamble has established himself as an artist of rare versatility, while his young career continues to grow with theatres in both North America and Europe. Recent and future engagements include debuts with the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, the Royal Danish Opera in Copenhagen, Lorin...

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Emily Manzo
 
Emily Manzo (Pianist) is a pianist, vocalist and composer that TimeOut New York considers “a uniquely protean artist who makes several scenes move.” The New York Times has described her “attention to detail exceptional.” Emily has performed throughout the U.S. and Europe in concerts and festivals of chamber music, experimental...

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Adrian Silver
 
Adrian Silver (Analogy Dramaturg) is a freelance dance dramaturg and writer, currently working with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company, Pontus Lidberg, and Colleen Thomas. He has also worked with Karin Coonrod as movement director, and Martha Clarke as assistant director. His translations from Yiddish have been supported by Target...

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