photo by Vincent Dillo - NADA Art Fair performance, May 2013

photo by Vincent Dillo - NADA Art Fair performance, May 2013

Stacy Grossfield was born and raised in Lakeland, FL and has choreographed and performed in New York City since 2003. Her most recent work, metamorphosis, was presented at The Kitchen in the Dance and Process series, April 2019. Her previous works include hot dark matter presented by JACK, Fur & Tulle, and Red, Pink, Black - the latter for which she received a Manhattan Community Arts Fund grant in 2013. She has shown work at BAX, BRIC Studio,CPR, CATCH, DTW, Food for Thought at Danspace Project, Movement Research at the Judson Church, Roulette, and through AUNTS at various venues including Arts@Renaissance, NADA Art Fair, and the New Museum. Grossfield is a choreographer for hire and has recently choreographed the one-man-show, Quiet, Comfort, a Hoi Polloi production at JACK, as well as the Okkervil River music video “Judey On A Street”. She was a 2008-2009 Fresh Tracks artist-in-residence at DTW. She has served on dance panels in NYC and taught a feedback class at Brooklyn Studios for Dance called Show & Listen. She holds a BFA in Dance Performance from SUNY Purchase.



BFA in Dance, S.U.N.Y. Purchase, 2003



metamorphosis (work-in-progress) April 2019 - duet, video & special effects, The Kitchen, NYC

hot dark matter    March 2016 - cast of 6 dancers, 4 actors, + video & sculptures, JACK, Brooklyn

Fur & Tulle        May 2015 - quintet - Fridays at Noon, 92nd St. Y, + 15 cameo performers Nov. 2014                              Danspace Project, New York, trio Feb. 2014, Roulette, Brooklyn

Red, Pink, Black   Sept. 2013 - trio - Storefront 1N, 481 Washington St., New York                                              quartet Jan, 2013, BRINK series, Dixon Place, New York

Ten minutes of Sugar in the park  Sept. 2011 - duet with Maggie Thom & myself, directed 2 actors,  collaborated with composer Jonathan Zalben, Riverside Park, New York  

Sugar doesn’t live here  July, 2011 four solos simultaneously being danced - 3 dancers and myself, and 2 actors, collaborated with sculptor and sound designer - the Studio, Sunset Park, Brooklyn

Insert in RoseAnne Spradin’s blue liz / the sequel  Sept, 2010 - choreographed and casted four                     dancer/actors, Riverside Park, New York

Reality Sandwiches   April, 2010 - solo along with 25 actor/performers, collaboration with filmmaker and brother, Joey Grossfield - BRINK series, Dixon Place, New York

solo-ish     October, 2009 - solo with 5 non-dancers, & live DJ - Catch series, The Bushwick Starr, Brooklyn, New York

Restless # 2    July, 2009 - trio - series, The Tank, New York

Restless        April, 2009 - trio - Upstart Festival at Brooklyn Arts Exchange, New York

Magic Under My Belt   January, 2009 - quartet - Fresh Tracks at DTW, New York

Untitled         May, 2008 - duet with myself & Anna Carapetyan - split evening produce with          Christine Shallenberg - Office Ops rooftop, Brooklyn, New York

Chapter 2006    December, 2007 - trio with four cameo performers - split evening produce with       Christine Shallenberg - BRICstudio, Brooklyn, New York & April, 2007 Movement Research at the Judson Church, New York

spent waiting     January, 2005 - performed by Anna Carapetyan, Natalie Green,Sam Johnson, Daniel Linehan, Leah Morrison, & Miriam Wolf - Movement Research at the Judson Church, New York

Attention! to Detail December, 2003 - performed by Devon Bailey, Samuel Black, Brandon Colwes, Chelsea Glassman, Noopur Singha, Elyse Sparkes, Todd Staiger, Justin Ternullo - Dancers Responding to A.I.D.s, The Remember Project Danspace, New York



2016              Foundation for Contemporary Art Emergency Grant for hot dark matter  

2013              Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant for Red, Pink, Black



New Dance Alliance, New York, NY 2018

481 Washington St., storefront 1N, New York 2013

AUNTS at the New Museum, New York 2012

the Studio, Sunset Park, Brooklyn, New York 2011

Fresh Tracks, Dance Theater Workshop, New York 2008-2009         



Show & Listen - a composition workshop - Brooklyn Studios for Dance - Fall 2015


SPONSORSHIP/ Presenting Organizations

2019 The Kitchen, NYC

2018 New Dance Alliance, NYC

2016               JACK, Brooklyn, NY 

2015               92nd St. Y - Fridays at Noon, New York

2014               Roulette, Brooklyn, Danspace Project - Food for Thought, New York

2013               Dixon Place, New York and Movement Research at the Judson Church

2011               City of New York Parks & Recreation, Summer on the Hudson

2010               Dixon Place, New York

2009               Catch, Brooklyn & The Tank, New York

2008-2009          Dance Theater Workshop - Fresh Tracks, New York        



2014         Dec., May    There, There, by Julie Mayo, <fidget>, Philadelphia,PA & JACK, Brooklyn 

2014         April        OTRO TEATRO by Luciana Achugar, New York Live Arts, NYC    

2013          May        I’m building a shrine. by Natalie Green, The Chocolate Factory Theater, L.I.C.

2012         Dec.        The Guiding Light by Jillian Peña, The Chocolate Factory Theater, L.I.C.   

2012        Sept.         Go Brooklyn, Open Studios, score by Megan Byrne, Bushwick, Brooklyn

2011         Feb.      nerves like tombs nerves like nettles by Natalie Green, Dance Theater Workshop, NYC

2010         Nov.      work-in-progress collaboration with Movement Research Artist-in-Residence,                                Miriam Wolf, Movement Research at the Judson Church, New York

2010         Feb.     This Dark July by Natalie Green, Dance Theater Workshop - Studio Series, New York

2010        Jan.      Epilogue in Miguel Gutierrez’s Last Meadow, Abrons Arts Center, New York

2009       March      then and now and then and then by Miriam Wolf, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, New York

2008       Feb.        Anna, IKEA, and I by Juliette Mapp, Danspace, New York

2007       Dec.        Tribute by Christine Shallenberg, BRICstudio, New York

2005       April         one by Juliette Mapp, Danspace, New York

2004        May          Each Other by Mariah Maloney, BRICstudio, New York