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Jamie McGreevy


Name Jamie McGreevy
Rank Adjunct Dance Faculty/Director of Dance Company
Degrees B.A. Frostburg State University
M.F.A. Jacksonville University (Pending)
Teaching Interests Contemporary Dance
Office Location 300 Performing Arts Center
Office Phone 301-687-4145

Miss McGreevy holds a Bachelor of Science in Dance from Frostburg State University and is currently enrolled in the Master of Fine Arts in Choreography program at Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida, with planned graduation in May of 2012. She is currently under the tutelage of Christina Teague-Mann and Cari Coble, as well as other notable faculty at JU.

She has attended master classes with Monsters of Hip Hop, The Pulse, Mary Anthony, Ethel Winter, Ken Topping, and Jeff Shade. Jamie has studied intensively with Jill Johnson, Jean-Paul Loppo Martinez, Ana Sanchez-Colberg, Laura Greenhalgh, Yaniv Abraham, Steven Caras and Alonzo King. She performed in the reconstruction of Martha Graham’s Steps in the Streets and participated in original choreographies of Dena Rizzo (2002, 2004, 2005) Tommy Alexander (2003), Claire Porter (2003), Zonda-flex (2005), Dara Swisher-Carman (2011), and Shin Park (2011). McGreevy participated in the Play in the Streets
art exhibit (2011) and the Jacksonville University Annual MFA Film Festival (2011).

McGreevy has had the honor of performing as a guest artist, teaching Master Classes and judging in MD and PA. She is currently part of the adjunct faculty at Frostburg State University and is the director of the resident company.

Jamie is member of Dance Masters of America Chapter 17 as well as an alumnus of Frostburg Dance Academy.