Director and Associate Professor
115 Rich Building
Lori Teague holds an M.F.A. in choreography and performance from The Ohio State University and certification in Laban Movement Studies. Teague’s eclectic training in contemporary movement blends together with continuous study of contact improvisation, improvisational performance, and somatic practices. From 1988-1991 she toured extensively with the University Dance Company, including works by Mark Morris, Pat Graney, Sharon Wyrrick, Charles Weidman, Sophie Maslow, Doris Humphrey, Susan Hadley, and Victoria Uris. She was also a company member of Zivili: Songs and Dances of the Western Balkans of Ohio and Randy James Dance Works of New York. In Atlanta she has performed with GardenHouse Dance, Full Radius Dance, Beacon Dance, and CORE Performance Company as well as many independent choreographers. Teague has collaborated with dancers to create more than fifty choreographic works produced throughout the southeast as well as Scotland and Russia. She also trains artists to teach in under-served communities and serves as the Program Chair for Moving in the Spirit, a youth development program. She is an artist/activist and an environmentalist.