Lecturer in the University Center for the Creative and Performing Arts

and Program in Theater and Dance

Campus Address: Room 118, 185 Nassau Street

Campus Phone: (609) 258-7135

Office Hours: Spring semester


Dyane Harvey is an accomplished dancer, educator, performing artist, choreographer, and certified Pilates instructor. She has performed as a principal soloist with some of the most recognized dance companies across the United States and abroad.

Her choreography has been seen in many projects including Spunk, The Me Nobody Knows, Runaways, "The Cosby Show" (Dancemania episode), and "Bones of Our Ancestors" (PBS Special). For three years she has served as a judge for the NAACP National ACT-SO Awards competition in the dance category. As an educator, Ms. Harvey has taught at Princeton University, Hofstra University and the American College Dance Festival. She has been a Master teacher for Cleo Parker Robinson's Summer Dance Intensive Program and has taught Master classes for numerous professional dance institutions. She appeared in the 1979 PBS documentary on Syvilla Fort dancing "Bacchanale" with music by John Cage.

Photo (right): Johan Elbers

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