Artist Projects

Radiohole

Performing Arts, 2006



Radiohole

Radiohole was birthed in a Brooklyn basement in 1998 by Erin Douglass, Eric Dyer, Maggie Hoffman and Scott Halverson Gillette. The company has produced ten original shows that have been presented at venues around New York City including PS122, the Kitchen and the Collapsable Hole (sic) and have toured nationally and internationally. Radiohole’s most recent show, Whatever, Heaven Allows was commissioned by PS122, The Walker Art Center and the Andy Warhol Museum through the Spaulding Gray Award. Whatever, Heaven Allows had its European premiere in April 2012 at Katapult Teater at Godsbanen in Ãrhus, Denmark. Over the years, Radiohole has earned a reputation as one of New York’s most tenacious and uncompromising ensembles. Radiohole is a recipient of the Spalding Gray Award, and has appeared at PS122 with Whatever Heaven Allows and Fluke.


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INDIVIDUAL COLLABORATOR BIOGRAPHIES

Eric Dyer

As a founding member of Radiohole, Dyer has collaborated on all seven of the ensembles productions since 1998. He is also a founder of the Brooklyn performance space Collapsable Hole, which won an OBIE ...
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Erin Douglass

Erin Douglass is a founding member of Radiohole and has collaborated on five original works with the company. Before moving to New York in 1999, Douglass spent two years working with Los Angeles choreographer ...
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Maggie Hoffman

Maggie Hoffman is a Radiohole co-founder and designer. From 1993-97 Hoffman attended the Art Institute of Chicago where she studied performance. While in Chicago she co-founded the performance group HMS, ...
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