Maureen Whiting

Maureen Whiting

Maureen Whiting is a choreographer, dancer, and mathematician based in Oakland, California. Her work was supported in Seattle for over 20 years by On the Boards, Seattle University, Velocity Dance and ACT Theatre where she also developed “Ramayana” with nationally acclaimed directors. She taught dance at Seattle University’s Theatre Department for 3 years and has taught many workshops on improvisation and the creative process. As well as theatre work she has done installations in hotel rooms, outside in a military fort, and in galleries. Beyond the West Coast she performed her work in New York, Philadelphia, Alaska, and Europe. Company work expands to site specific pieces and films. Maureen created film and video projects for Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum and released a short as part of Seattle Women in Film in 2007. Maureen grew up a ballet dancer and trained in improvisation with Stephanie Skura (while dancing in her company) and Joan Skinner among others. She graduated with a degree in Mathematics in 1989 from Smith College and currently teaches mathematics.

Artist Support Program 2001: “And there was concrete skin for your face,” a dance, sound, and video work with Robert Campbell

Black and white photo of three dancers performing on a concrete structure at Fort Worden.

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  • A red and purple lit gallery space with projections, sculptural objects, and dancers performing.
    Maureen Whiting - and there was concrete skin for your face