Laura Glenn has been a faculty member at Juilliard, her alma mater, for 30 years. She also directs and produces the Ted Hershey Dance and Music Marathon in Hartford. As director of her own dance company, WORKS/Laura Glenn Dance, she has created more than 35 works and is recognized internationally as a performer, choreographer, and teacher. She has also taught at Marymount Manhattan and Teacher’s College, the Alvin Ailey School, Lincoln Center Institute, and the Laban/Bartenieff Institute for Movement Studies, and is a certified movement analyst.
As the artistic director of White Mountain Summer Dance Festival, Glenn nurtured its growth for 38 years. Over the last 30 years, she has received fellowships from the N.E.A., the New York Foundation for the Arts, and Roberts and Dance Magazine foundations. Her professional experience includes touring extensively with teaching programs, presenting her own solo program, dancing as a soloist with the Limón Company (11 years), and staging Limón works in addition to the touring of her own company.