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2010 "Sarah's Dance"- A collaboration between Steve Clorfeine and Sarah Stackhouse at Lifebridge Foundation. Music: Mompou, "Scenes D'enfants" played by Jenny Bates. May 2010.
2007 -09 See Trainings
2000-06 Faculty, Dance Therapy Institute, Switzerland
  Trainer, creative process workshops, Super-Computing Co., Zurich, Switzerland (ongoing)
  Trainer, theater workshops for teachers and students in art high schools, Cologne, Germany (ongoing)
  Created and performed “While I Was Dancing,” NYS
  Faculty, Creative Process, Shambhala Institute Authentic Leadership Conferences, Halifax, Canada
  Trainer, Creative Process, Unicon Mgmt. & Consultants and Really Good Consultants, Singapore
  Guest artist, American Center, New Delhi, India; Aarahon/Gurukul Theater, Nepal
  Co-founder, Sky Lake Lodge, Shambhala contemplative center, Rosendale, NY
  Director, International Shambhala Arts Council
  Publication of “In The Valley of the Gods,” Station Hill Press, non-fiction
  Publication of “Kathmandu Journal” and “Annapurna” 2 CD set (with musician Steve Gorn)   
  Publication of “Field Road Sky” collection of poems, Codhill Press
1996-99 Consultant, Touchstone Center workshops on Imaginative Understanding
  Consultant, Mid-Hudson Teachers Center, New Paltz
  Created and performed “Part Of My History”; “Tales From The Road” (with musician Steve Gorn); co-created the ensemble performance “Places Between Heaven and Earth”
  Performed in Samuel Beckett’s duet, “Act Without Words, Part II”
  Silver Bay Writers’ Association, Writer-in-Residence
  Featured reader in bookstores and libraries in NYS
  Featured performer in Jenn Ben-Yakov’s “Metropolitan (Life) Insurance,”  Westbeth, NYC
  Publication of “Beginning Again,” collection of poems, The Advocate Press
  Book and video reviews for Parabola, Journal of Myth and Tradition
  3 month Buddhist Seminary meditation retreat in Bedford Springs, Pa.
1992-95 Theater residency work for Utah Arts Council
  Los Angeles, Ca. Public Library, artist-in-residence
  Tours of “Sense and Nonsense,” NY, Conn., Colorado, Oregon, California
  Faculty, Amsterdam Theaterschool (S.N.D.O.), Holland
  Co-Director Naropa Institute Study Abroad Program, Nepal
  Grants from NYS Council on the Arts; grants from Poets and Writers (ongoing)
  Created and performed “Current Memories,” NYC, NYS, Colorado, California
  Adjunct faculty, State University of NY, New Paltz, Philosophy Dept. (courses on Creative Process)
  Featured performer in Dan Conroy’s “Quack,” Colorado
1987-91 Created “Disappeared” and “Sense and Nonsense” (w/Lanny Harrison) for Warren St. Performance Loft
  “Sense and Nonsense” residency in Berlin, Germany and Amsterdam, Holland; tours in Holland, Germany, Colorado, NYC, and throughout NY State
  Acting Director Theater Dept., Naropa Institute, (1989-’91)
  Director Summer Program Dance and Theater, Naropa Institute (1991-’94)
  Began artist-in-residence work in NYC and NYS public schools (ongoing); Nat’l Endowment for the Humanities Artists’ and Scholars residencies, Westchester, NY high schools
  Guest faculty, Laura Simms’ Storytelling Residency;
Guest Faculty, Ojai Foundation, Ca.
  Began theater teaching tours in Europe (ongoing)
  Began teaching Shambhala Training programs (ongoing)
  Workshops at Omega Institute; NY Open Center
1982-86 Created “From The Dreamworld of Men” for Riverside Dance Festival, NYC;  created “Port of Entry” for Creative Time/Art on the Beach, NYC
  Received NY Foundation for the Arts Fellowship
  Conceived and directed Naropa East, an arts affiliate, NYC
  Art director & performer in Meredith Monk’s film “Ellis Island"
  “Rainer and the Knife” with Ping Chong at The Kitchen
  Movement coach for Jean-Claude Van Itallie's “Tibetan Book of the Dead,” LaMama, NYC
  Re-constructed costumes and performances for “Quarry” at BAM, NYC, Kennedy Center, Washington DC and Walker Arts Center, Mpls.
  OBIE award for “Quarry” company
  Artistic Director, Blue Serge Productions, a theater non-profit organization (ongoing)
  Began studies with Ada Brown Mather in classical theater
1979-81 First solo performances, “Blue Serge Suite,”  St.Mark’s Church, NYC; Naropa Summer Institute; Warren St. Performance Loft
  Toured “Fear and Loathing in Gotham” with Ping Chong/Fiji Co. in World Theatre Festival, France & Italy;  at Guggenheim Museum & Dance Theater Workshop, NYC; WPA Washington, D.C.; Walker Arts Center, Mpls; Moming Arts Center, Chicago
  Month long meditation retreat at Karme-Choling, Vermont
  Completed Shambhala Training 2 year program
1976-78 Spring semester teaching at Naropa Institute year round program and Summer Institute
  Created ensemble performance, “The Song of the Morrow”
  Toured with Meredith Monk in “Chacon,” Holland and France
  Began teaching at Movement Research, NYC
  Continued performing with Barbara Dilley (through 1984)
  Guest artist with The Illusion Theater Company of Minneapolis; 3 month residency and central and western U.S. tour
  Faculty, Naropa Summer Institute
  Began teaching theater workshops, NYC and New Paltz, NY (ongoing)
1975-76 Joined Meredith Monk’s company, The House; performed in “QUARRY” at LaMama Annex, NYC; toured “QUARRY” at Biennale Festival, Italy
  Continued performing with Barbara Dilley
  Began teaching improvisation at The Naropa Summer Institute
1974-75 Inaugural performance at The Kitchen, NYC & Mandala Festival, Boston as a member of Barbara Dilley and Dancers
  Began studies in T’ai Chi Ch’uan and in ballet and modern dance
1973-74 Director of Experimental Studies Dept. at the State University of NY/New Paltz. Produced The Ethnic Music and Dance Program, with 7 courses/semester; a bi-annual festival and performances.