January 11, 2014

APAP, New York City Preview showing with Limon Dance Company: She Who Carries the Sky – solo for Roxane D’Orleans Juste

January 28 Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY
May 16, 2014 Guest Artist choreography residency
January 29, 2014 Barnard College, NY Guest instructor of movement workshop for Ntozake Shange course
February 12, 2014 Zellerbach Auditorium, Berkeley, CA
Premiere of Sweet Honey in the Rock 40th Anniversary Concert “Forty and Fierce” McIntyre as choreographer/director of the vocal group
February 28, 2014 651 Arts, Brooklyn, NY
Live and Outspoken: Dianne McIntyre and Sarita Allen
March 1, 2014 Strathmore Theatre, Bethesda, MD
Sweet Honey in the Rock “Forty and Fierce”
 March 2, 2014 Boston, MA Symphony Hall
Sweet Honey in the Rock “Forty and Fierce”
March 23, 2014 New York Live Arts, NY Bill T. Jones panel discussion: “When Did the Avant-Garde Become Black?”  With Ralph Lemon, Bebe Miller, Dianne McIntyre, Ishmael Houston-Jones,  Adrienne Edwards, Charmaine Warren, facilitator: Brenda Dixon-Gottschild
April 4, 2014 State University of NY at Buffalo
 Premiere of solo She Who Carries the Sky with Limon Dance Company (See press)
April 26-27, 2014 New York Live Arts, NY
Time is Time with McIntyre ensemble for NYLA James Baldwin Festival (See press)
April 29-May 4, 2014 Joyce Theater, NY
New York premiere of She Who Carries the Sky
Choreographed for Roxane D’Orleans Juste with Limon Dance Co. (See press)
May 13-14, 2014 Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY
Residency finale – concert of students in McIntyre work, Memories of An Us
June 2014 BAC, New York
Movement consultant for Carmen de Lavallade’s play As I Remember It
July 21-25, 2014 Philadanco, Philadelphia, PA
Instructed two classes daily of modern technique for Summer Intensive
September 12-14, 2014 National Black Arts Festival at Spelman College, Atlanta, GA
Choreographer for Paul Carter Harrison’s Doxology/Ring Shout
October 24, 2014 651 Arts at Kumble Theatre, Brooklyn, NY
Choreography for work-in-progress performance of Ntozake Shange’s new choreopoem, lost in language and sound
November 8, 2014 Tisch School of the Arts at NYU, NY Performer in “From the Horse’s Mouth” in tribute to Phyllis Lamhut
January 21-25, 2015 PlayhouseSquare, Cleveland, OH
Board member of Cleveland Dance Movement host for IABD
International Association of Blacks in Dance 27th Annual Conference and Festival. On committee organizing the events.
February 7, 2015 Karamu House, Cleveland, OH
Conduct Workshop –Dance Dynamics for Theatre
February 21, 2015 Columbia University, NY
Romare Bearden’s “A Black Odyssey”
A panel of international scholars and artists discuss the work of Bearden. McIntyre comments on Bearden and from her experience first working with him through the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
February 2015 Dancing Wheels, Cleveland, OH
Rehearsal with Dancing Wheels Company revamping works previously choreographed on the group.
February 21-22, 2015 Wyly Theatre, Dallas, TX
Dallas Black Dance Theatre performs McIntyre’s Boundless Journey choreographed in 2006.
March 26-28, 2015 Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH
McIntyre performs a new solo – Echoes in Shimmering Dust
Music: recordings of Odetta
April 17-19, 2015 Kimmel Center, Philadelphia PA
Philadanco premieres McIntyre’s A Forgotten Moon-Song Music: recordings of William Catanzaro (See video interview)
April 23, 2015 Bruno Walter Auditorium Lincoln Center, NY
“Dianne McIntyre’s Selfie Session” – Artist discusses her behind-the-scenes activities as a choreographer as audience views recent slides of those activities.     
May 17, 2015 Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Center, NY
Member of committee supporting concerts and initiatives of Def Dance Jam Community
Date/Place TBA Second work-in-progress performance of Ntozake Shange’s new choreopoem lost in language and sound. Managed by
651Arts, Brooklyn
July 20-26, 2015  Cleveland, OH
 Rehearsal/workshop/interviews with dancer, Gesel Mason for her [UN]Wrap: No Boundaries Project
August, 2015 Spelman College, Atlanta GA
May, 2016 A Spelman College Distinguished Visiting Scholar
September 18-20 University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO
Gesel Mason performs a McIntyre solo in [UN]Wrap: No Boundaries Project to give visibility to prominent African American choreographers in symposium and performances.
December 9-12, 2015 New York Live Arts, NY
Solo dance commissions: Bill T. Jones and Dianne McIntyre With music commission: Marcos Balter with yMusic


February 12-14 , 2016 Detroit
Dance Theatre of Harlem premiere of McIntyre's "Change"
Spring 2016
February 26-27, 2016 Dance St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
McIntyre is commissioned to choreograph a new work with St. Louis dancers, featuring former Ailey principal dancers Antonio Douthit-Boyd, Kirven Douthit-Boyd and Alicia Graf Mack
April 6, 8, 9, 2016 Dance Theatre of Harlem New York City premiere of "Change"
April, 2016 Spelman College, Atlanta, GA
Finale dance-theatre production
April 21-24, 2016 Spelman College Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Atlanta, GA
2015-16 Culminating Event at Spelman College


  • New choreography The Voice of the Blues Ohio State University student ensemble

  • Residency – Department of Dance at The Ohio State University

  • Summer dance classes – Cleveland, OH

  • Panel discussion with Ntozake Shange and Dianne McIntyre at Barnard College- in celebration of Ntozake Shange

  • Consultant for dance pageant play produced by New Community Bible Fellowship at  Hanna Theatre, Cleveland
  • Sounds in Motion reunion performance at American Dance Guild honoring McIntyre as a dance pioneer. 20 dancers performed Life’s Force with Ahmed Abdullah ensembleat Ailey Citigroup Theater. 40 year anniversary of Sounds in Motion founding
  • Choreographed Crowns written and directed by Regina Taylor, Goodman Theatre
  • Choreographed and directed new Ntozake Shange choreopoem, Why I Had to Dance
    PlayhouseSquare, Cleveland and Oberlin College
  • Residency – Dance, University of Minnesota – mounted How Long, Brethren?
  • Choreographer/movement coach for Paramount feature film, “Fun Size”
  • Consultant for Spirits Break to Freedom with Germaine Ingram, Philadelphia
  • New choreography Dancing on a Dream for Dancing Wheels, Cleveland
  • New choreography The Nina Simone Project for Dallas Black Dance Theatre
  • New choreography Up the Road a-Piece Eleone Dance Theatre, Philadelphia
  •  Tour of FLY: Five First Ladies of Dance by 651 Arts, Brooklyn
     Germaine Acogny, Carmen de Lavallade, Dianne McIntyre, Bebe Miller, Jawole Willa Jo Zollar
     McIntyre solo If You Don’t Know…
    Painted Bride – Philadelphia, PA
     Kennedy Center – Washington, D
     Oberlin College/Cleveland – Oberlin, OH
     New Jersey Performing Arts Center – Newark, NJ
  • New choreography The Best Location with collaborators Coleman (artist) and Matambo (writer). Presenter Cleveland Arts Prize at Sculpture Garden
  • Choreography for play Closure by Mary Weems director Terrence Spivey Karamu Theatre, Cleveland
  • Open the Door, Virginia! McIntyre Equity theatre work performed in Farmville Virginia – produced by the Johns Family

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