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Miriam L. Gabriel

born January 14, 1992



Rutgers University, BFA in Dance, 2014

      -School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program 2010-2014

LANDING with Miguel Gutierrez, 2017

Hunter College, MA Candidate, expected 2024

       -Heather Watts Scholar 2022-2023


Grants and Residencies

2021, City Artist Corp Grant w/ Sophia de Baun for “Moving Movie”

2020, NYC Women’s Fund for Media, Music and Theatre w/ Sophia de Baun for “Out There”

2017, Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva

2017, Mansfield Residency, Housatonic, MA w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva

2015, CoLab Arts Residency, New Brunswick, NJ



2022 “Call”, w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva, Dance Place, DC

2021 “We meet again in Northeast, Maryland”, w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva, remote UMD

2018 “choosing (dis)agreement and differentiation 5”, w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva, NYU

2018 “choosing (dis)agreement and differentiation 4”, w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva, Rutgers University

2018 “(dis)agreement and differentiation”, w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva, Brooklyn Arts Exchange

2017 “Untitled (Duet In A)”, w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva, Gibney Dance

2017 “Untitled (Performance for Five)”, w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva, NYU

2017 “Untitled (Duet on Four Frames)”, w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva Judson Church

2016 “Wood (Working Title)”, w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva, WeisAcres

2016 “Untitled (Duet in Three Frames)”, w/ Carlo Antonio Villanueva, NYU

2015 “A Relatively Sincere Creation”, George Street Playhouse



2022 “Filling Holes”, with Sophia de Baun (writer and director)

2021 “Out There”, w/ Sophia de Baun and Zora Schiltz Rouse (creator, writer, and producer)

2020 “Chiqui”, short film by Carlos Cardona (producer)

2020 “White Paradise”, w/ Sophia de Baun and Zora Schiltz Rouse (producer)

2019 “Funky Duck”, music video by Ambika Raina (producer)

2018 “Spectacle”, dance film by Kayla Farrish (camera operator)

2017 “Experiments”, w/ Sophia de Baun and Zora Schiltz Rouse (creator, writer, producer)


Selected Dance Performances

Susan Marshall

2022 “Rhythm Bath”, Montclair State University

2021 “Two Person Operating System Type 2”, Hurley Gallery, Princeton University

Kyle Marshall Choreography

2021 “RISE”, The Shed

2019 “AD”, Brooklyn Academy of Music

2019-2018 “Reign”, Jacob’s Pillow, Loew’s Jersey Theater

2017-2018 “WAGE”, Joe’s Pub September, Center for Performance Research

Stephanie Acosta

2020 “Good Day God Damn v2”, Chocolate Factory

2018 “Good Day God Damn v1”, Museum of Art and Design

Maya Lee-Parritz

2019 “Bells”, The Shed

2018 “The Whole Instrument Shakes”, Center for Performance Research

Kayla Farrish

2018 “Spectacle”, Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance

Juri Onuki

2018 Gus Dapperton’s music video, “Prune, You Talk Funny”

Stephen Petronio Company

2018 “Wild Wild West”, The Joyce Theater, Hudson Hall

Merce Cunningham Trust

2018 “Inlets 2”, Baryshnikov Arts Center

2017 “Torse”, City Center Studio

2016 “Inlets”, City Center Studio

2016 “Locale”, City Center Studio

2015 “Bi-Ped”, City Center Studio

2015 “Landrover”, City Center Studio

Lindy Fines | GREYZONE

2017 “Penumbra”, a dance film

2016 “Drift”, Judson Church, and Abrons Arts Center, 2016

Zultari Gomez

2017 “One of the Ladies”, Dixon Place,

Lisa Fagan Dance Problems

2016 “CAKEDEATH”, Brooklyn Arts Exchange

Zoe | Juniper

2015 “Clear & Sweet”, Baryshnikov Arts Center

Wally Cardona and Jennifer Lacey

2014 “The Set Up: I Nyoman Catra” LMCC’s River to River Festival


2021, Erin Bombay, IMPRESSIONS: Kyle Marshall’s “Rise” at The Shed as Part of the 2021 Open Call


2020, Brian Schaefer, 4 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend


2020, Robert Johnson, Kyle Marshall shows impressive range in Bickford Theatre’s Live Arts series


2019, Zita Allen, Kyle Marshall pushes movement’s envelope at BAM’s Next Wave Festival



2019, Siobhan Burke, Review: Dancing the ‘Twisted Beauty’ of the Black Experience



2018, Brian Schaefer, Review: Taking a Chance on Merce Cunningham



2017, Gia Kourlas, Dance in NYC This Week

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