Alberto Denis

Astoria Queens NY

Currently a member of Third Rail Projects and featured in their production of Then She Fell, in 2008 Alberto created [QuA²D] = The Queens Academy of Arts & Dance after leaving his position as Production Director/Producer for Dance New Amsterdam where he created the first ever staff infrastructure for their inaugural theater on Chambers Street in lower Manhattan, while co-curating their first 3 seasons of programing. Previously he created the Wight Room Dance Series presented at The Movement Salon near Union Square. Mr. Denis has toured the world (Dubai, Dublin, Barcelona, Bangkok, Taipei, Mexico City, Oslo, Prague & others) as a Stage Manager, Audio Engineer, Assistant Technical Director & Production Electrician as well as a Performer for many choreographers. He has performed for Arthur Aviles' Typical Theater for five years & in projects for Doug Elkins, Risa Jaroslow, Palissimo Dance Theater, Dixie Fun Dance Theater, ann and alexx make dances, Marta Renzi, Alexandra Beller, Michael Leleux, Heidi Latsky Dance, Lawrence Goldhuber, Luis Lara Malvacias, JoAnna Mendl Shaw’s Equus Projects, and Mei Yin Ng’s Mei-Be Whatever. He was also a featured performer in the Whitney Museum's Christian Marclay: Festival performance of Prêt-a´-Porter. His choreography has been produced at Dance Theater Workshop's Family Matters, Danspace Project’s Food For Thought, Dixon Place’s Body Blend & Moving Men,

  • Work
    • 3rd Rail Projects
  • Education
    • B.A. in Theater from Rhode Island College
    • 1997