repertory

Scroll through to see what Maureen has choreographed throughout the years! Click on the image to be directed to the company's YouTube site for a video of the piece!
Betty (2012)

Betty (2012)

"Glennon wanders hesitantly through a forest of headless trees that are both obstacles and silent, unreachable companions. She puts her hand as if to caress one, then pulls it back. She clutches herself and rocks or rushes away blindly, only to find herself somewhere else in the maze." Robert Johnson, Star Ledger Choreographed and performed by Maureen Glennon Photo by Chris Santarella

Cope (2010)

Cope (2010)

Choreographed by Maureen Glennon, Photo by Chris Santarella

1 in 8 (2010)

1 in 8 (2010)

Choreographed by Maureen Glennon for Project Support Photo by Chris Santarella

Alive (2010)

Alive (2010)

Choreographed by Maureen Glennon Photo by Chris Santarella

Waiting Room (2010)

Waiting Room (2010)

Guest Choreographer, Lisa Peluso Photo by Chris Santarella

Want (2008)

Want (2008)

"A wonderfully sly trio that keeps viewers guessing...this dance avoids sexist cliches by giving Rachel Brown and Hannah Rolfes, the two women attached to Bryan Matland, a compelling relationship of their own... Grabbing shoulders, they abruptly steer themselves or others in new directions, yet at other times, they pile atop one another complacently, content to let things ride. They run interference and compete-but are never predictable." Robert Johnson, Star Ledger Photo by Chris Santarella

Me 2 (2008)

Me 2 (2008)

“Terrific.” Robert Johnson, Star Ledger Choreographed by Maureen Glennon

To Socialize or Not (2007)

To Socialize or Not (2007)

“Delightfully zany dance…funky.” Robert Johnson, Star Ledger Choreographed by Maureen Glennon & Andrea Kramer

Time on Time (2007)

Time on Time (2007)

“The realism of film contrasts with dance abstraction…mulit-directional and asymmetrical composition…challenging, inventive…beautiful.” Robert Johnson, Star Ledger Choreographed by Maureen Glennon

Jane & Dick (1998)

Jane & Dick (1998)

“Mature irony that is pure Glennon...snide view of courtship...Jane & Dick is a cartoon, but this dance has a bite of truth.” Robert Johnson, Star Ledger Choreographed by Maureen Glennon, performed by Alexandra Williamson and Bryan Matland

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