Please join us for a master class with Joyce King during the 2017 NHYDF!
Proud of her NH roots, carries a versatility and insatiable appetite to express life through movement. Her career path has afforded her a multitude of opportunities to choreograph, teach, and perform throughout the U.S., Vienna, Costa Rica, Belgium, France, Japan, and Armenia. In NYC, Joyce continues to enjoy teaching on faculty at Joffrey Ballet Trainee Program, Joffrey Jazz and Contemporary Summer Intensive, Steps on Broadway, School at Steps, and as guest faculty at Broadway Dance Center.
Joyce established JKing Dance Company, (JKDC), in 2008. Additionally, Joyce has been commissioned to present work as part of special performances at Florence Gould Hall, DIXON Place, Symphony Space, DNA, Merce Cunningham Dance Theater, Pinkerton Academy Theatre Arts, Palace Theatre, Dansstage Dance Festival, Auditorio Nacional and Teatro Eugene O’Neil Theaters in Costa Rica. Commercially her work was presented as part of NYC Fashion week – Louis Vuitton’s ‘Life is A Journey’ and for Style Pointe Fashion and Dance. Her performance opportunities include Cats – at the prestigious Theater an der Wien, A Chorus Line, Fame, Benefits for Broadway Cares; Michael Jackson Sportswear, Industrials with choreographer Lynne Taylor Corbett; Boston Opera’s Aida and Die Fledermaus with choreographers Sam Kurkjian, Graciela Daniele, and original plays directed by Doug Hall. King had the joy of working with and performing original works by Adrienne Hawkins, (Impulse Dance Co.), Danny Sloan, Fred Benjamin, Richard Levi, Lynn Simonson, Miquel Lopez, Bruce Taylor and Ron Forella.
Her extensive training extends from dance under the direction of Suzanne Taylor – Michaud, Boston Ballet – Virginia Williams, Boston Rep – Sam Kurkjian, and Hartford Ballet, in NYC with the very influential Michael Owens, Lynn Simonson, Michele Assaf, Richard Levi, Fred Benjamin; acting with Charles Kakatsakis, Sally Johnson and by invitation attended the Oxford Summer Shakespeare Intensive in London England.