Heidi Latsky Dance

Performing Arts, 2009

Heidi Latsky is a choreographer for stage, theater and film. As the director of Heidi Latsky Dance since 2001, her work has been presented at many venues and festivals, including Central Park SummerStage, BAM, Dance Theater Workshop, Boston Dance Umbrella and the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. She has been commissioned by the Cannes International Dance Festival, the American Dance Festival and the Whitney Museum of American Art, among others. Latsky began her career as a dancer for Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance; her early choreographic work was created in collaboration with Lawrence Goldhuber in the critically-acclaimed duo Goldhuber & Latsky. Her awards include residencies at the Baryshnikov Arts Center and the Abrons Art Center, funding from Meet The Composer and the Scripps/ADF Primus-Tamirus Fellowship for Choreography.

Awards and Accomplishments


Latsky is the first participant in a new short film series focusing on dance and choreography. The project, Dance for Film on Location at Montclair State University in New Jersey, will be underwritten by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation 


 Heidi Latsky Dance performs in the DANCENOW Festival at Joe's Pub, New York


Heidi Latsky Dance performed an excerpt of GIMP at TEDxWOMEN in Washington DC

2010: Latsky receives Christopher Reeves award