Maggie Hoffman


Performing Arts, 2006

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, an artist collective that created and performed What Will We Do? at The Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, The Death of Dr. Dappertuto at The Ontological-Hysteric, and Zero Mark Zero at Chashama. After receiving a BFA, Hoffman moved to New York and collaborated with video artist Christopher Kondek on the video piece The Life of St. Godelive and the performance Der Lindberghflug. In 1998 she co-founded Radiohole, serving as a principal collaborator on seven productions. Hoffman created the role of Dorothy Wordsworth in playwright/director Young Jean Lee’s The Appeal presented by Soho Rep, and she costarred in The Foundry Theater’s Major Bang at the Ohio Theater and St. Ann’s Warehouse.