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The Trey McIntyre Project Is Back—And Completely Reimagined

Six years after shuttering his popular dance troupe Trey McIntyre Project, its eponymous founder is relaunching the company as a conduit for digital dance films, with a project called FLTPK. “It’s not a company of dancers,” McIntyre insists. “It’s a community of artists.” In March, McIntyre was ready to premiere his David Bowie ballet Pretty […]

10 Minutes with Trey McIntyre

The dance world gasped when Trey McIntyre announced in 2014 that he was shutting down his company, Trey McIntyre Project, after six wildly successful years as a full-time troupe. The dashing dancemaker, currently traveling around the country, always had a hand in other projects, such as film and photography, so his next chapter as an […]

Full Circle for Trey McIntyre Project

At Jacob’s Pillow this week, the Trey McIntyre Project will go out with a bang. They’ve visited the Pillow often since 2005, including the summer of 2008 when they announced the launch of a full-time company. The group is a hit with the Pillow audience, as it is with spectators all over the country. The […]

Trey McIntyre Project to Disband

The Trey McIntyre Project will take its final bow as a full-time company at Jacob’s Pillow this June. McIntyre will continue to live and work in Boise, but he plans to explore new artistic avenues such as film, photography and writing. He’ll also keep choreographing, accepting freelance opportunities and working with some of the TMP […]

Trey McIntyre Project

Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival Ted Shawn Theater Becket, MA August 8–13, 2012 Performance reviewed: Aug. 8 Jacob’s Pillow was where Trey McIntyre launched his full-time company four years ago, and for its third Pillow program, it offered three works all made specifically for this troupe. At times McIntyre has drawn on his rich catalogue of […]

Bows Interrupted: Trey McIntyre Project in China

After dancing with five-inch fingernails in the Philippines and dodging scooters in Vietnam, Ashley Werhun of the Trey McIntyre Project shares her “surreal introduction” to China. Read on for a glimpse into her experiences with the students of Guangzhou Academy of Arts, eating super spicy food in Chengdu, and more.     A summer monsoon […]

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