Select performances

Marina Abramović/ New York Museum of Modern Art

Reperformer in Abramović retrospective The Artist is Present,performed in the works Imponderabilia and Luminosity (March-May 2010).

 

PopeL.Performa 13

Reader in Cage Unrequited (2013)

 

Clarinda Mac Low/ Danspace Project at St Marks Church

Performer in 40 Dancers Do 40 Dances for the Dancers" (2012)

you'll marvel at bodies elastic, unpredictable, intoxicated by space (that last, particularly inspired by dancer Abigail Levine).”   Eva Yaa Asantewaa, Infinite Body

 

'Seeing Lines,' was interpreted three times, by Carolyn Hall, Paz Tanjuaquio and Abigail Levine; their dancing, at once pliant and choppy, brought a phrase to life: doing something elastic & making herself comfortable, she lets complex impulses make something.Gia Kourlas, The New York Times

 

Mark Dendy: Company member

performances include: Lincoln Center Out of Doors (2013), Joe's Pub (2013 & 2015), Santa Barbara Danceworks (2014).

 

Will Rawls/ Abrons Arts Center

Performer in Settlement House (2015)

 

Les gens de Uterpan/ DANSE, a French-American Festival of Performance and Ideas 

Performer in Topologie (2014)

 

Carolee Schneemann/ Judson Church

Performer in Lateral Splay,Two Performances in Honor of Judson with works by Yvonne Rainer, Remy Charlip, Aileen Passloff, and Elaine Summers (2010)

  

Larissa Velez Performance Company/ company member

Performer in Holy Now Danspace Project, AUNTS, Judson Church (2009-2010)

Within this world of religious intolerance, four women (Sarah Holcman, Abigail Levine, Katy Pyle and Ms. Velez-Jackson) switch from sweet forbearance to ecstatic fervor in seconds.Gia Kourlas, The New York Times

 

Rebecca Davis/ Exit Art

Performer in News, part of Exit Art's final exhibit Collective/ Performative (2012)

 

Marianela Boán/ BoánDanz Action: company member (2004-2010)

Venues include National Dance Network, Mexico & Festival de Teatro Latinoamericano, Brazil.

 

Jennifer Monson/ Movement Research Festival

Dancer in 24-Hour Migration improvisation on the buried waterways of Manhattan  (2005)

 

Koosil-ja Hwang/ Danspace Project

dancer in Flow, part of the Movement Research Improvisation Festival (2005)

 

Pat Catterson: company member (2001-2005)

 

Alan Good: company member (1999-2001)

 

Denishawn Repertory Dancers: company member (1994-1997)

dancer, presenting restagings of works by Ruth St. Denis, Ted Shawn, and Doris Humphrey. Venues including Danspace Project, the Kennedy Center.

On Saturday night at St. Mark's Church, it was the springtime of modern dance all over again... Abigail Levine, Patricia Ladis and Geniene Maybruch skipped contrapuntally through Shawn's "Choeur Danse." Decades ago, St. Denis and Shawn sounded a choreographic clarion call that told America: "Wake up! Wake up to beauty!" Their message remains worth heeding.”  Jack Anderson, The New York Times