Greg the Dancer

Prior to beginning at Columbia, Greg spent 12 years working as a professional modern dancer touringboth domestically and internationally. Much of his dance career was spent with dance and disability, working as a rehearsal director, administrative assistant and dancer and now board member with Heidi Latsky Dance.Other companies he primarily danced for include Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble and the New York Baroque Dance Company.

Other company credits have included the HT Chen and Dancers, Gail Corbin and Dancers, Catherine Gallant/DANCE, Kelley Donovan and Dancers, Gloria Mclean and Dancers and others. He was a guest artist with David Parker and the Bang Group. He was a featured in the 2011 Göttingen, Germany production of Teseo choreographed by Catherine Turocy and in the 2012 Bard Summerscape production of Le Roi Malgré Luichoreographed by Majorie Folkman. Gregory was an original touring cast member for Cirque Legacy’s City Life. On film, Gregory has appeared in the music videos of Black Taxi (Shoeshine), Greg Lato (Monday Morning Breakdown) and Mandy Moore (Drop the Pilot).

Guest Teaching and Lectures

  • Speaker and Choreography Presented and Conference on Queer Exoticism at Hofstra University
  • Speaker at American College Dance Festival Association Panel at Hofstra University
  • Pilates Master Class at American College Dance Festival Association at Hofstra University
  • Master Class at Mark Morris Dance Group for NY Baroque Dance Company
  • Guest Artist and Residency with Lifedance/ Gloria McLean & Dancers at Keimyung University (Daegu, South Korea)
  • Residency at CW Post with NY Baroque Dance Company
  • Master Class at SUNY Purchase with Isadora Now

Advisory Positions

  • Present2018

    Board Member, Latsky Dance Inc.

    New York, NY


  • 92nd St YMCA, Baroque Reconstruction from Beauchamp-Feuillet Notation, New York, NY
  • Faith Project (Commission), New York, NY
  • Dance New Amsterdam, Works in Progress, New York, NY
  • Movement Research, Open Performance, New York, NY
  • Hofstra University, Queer Exoticism, New York, NY
  • Rochester Academy of Performing Arts, Rochester, NY


  • 2007
    American College Dance Festival Association Gala (Choreography)
  • 2003 - 2004
    Hofstra Dance Grant