Richard Move

Move's recent projects have included choreographing Dame Shirley Bassey's 'Diamonds Are Forever' performance at the Cannes Film Festival, directing Isaac Mizrahi's 'LES MIZrahi', creating the solo 'Lust' for NYCB Principal Helene Alexopolous and producing the Pro-Wrestler 'The Iron Sheik'in his one man show. He has performed with legends Merce Cunningham and Yvonne Rainer and toured internationally with the companies of Karole Armitage and DANCENOISE, among many others. His dance and theater works have been presented at the American Festival in Paris, Dance Theater Workshop and La Mamma in New York and the Opera Ballet/Teatro Communale of Florence, Italy. In 1996, he created 'Martha @...', an homage in word and dance to the 20th Century Icon, Martha Graham. Martha @ ... received two New York Dance and Performance Awards ("Bessies") and continues to be presented around the world. Martha @... was featured on the BBC 'Arts Express' and PBS 'City Arts', which received an Emmy award for 'Outstanding Fine Arts Program'. He appeared as 'La Graham' in 'Caged', along with Lily Tomlin, Isabella Rosellini and Joan Rivers.In 1998, Move began production on a feature film of the life and work of Martha Graham under the direction of her long-time associate and filmmaker/ producer Christopher Herrmann. 'Martha's World' also stars Ann Magnuson, with Deborah Harry, Isaac Mizrahi and Mark Morris and will be shown at film festivals later this year. Move has also appeared in Indie films and has performed in nightclubs throughout the world. He is co-founder of the notorious and long-running late-night cabaret 'Jackie 60', producing, directing and/or appearing in countless performances. Move also creates theatrical installations for special events including the Guggenheim Museum, MAC Cosmetics and the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards. This season, Move's projects include choreographing an Elton John music video and staging the Blondie touring show.
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Richard Move / Lucinda Childs / Yvonne Rainer