Emily Hite

Emily Hite has contributed to the Dancing Times, Stanford magazine, Stanford Lively Arts magazine, Dance Magazine, Voice of Dance.com, and Mindy Aloff’s book Dance Anecdotes: Stories from the Worlds of Ballet, Broadway, the Ballroom, and Modern Dance (Oxford University Press, 2006). In 2008 she interviewed Yvonne Mounsey for the George Balanchine Foundation Interpreters Archive film of Prodigal Son. She joined Hope Mohr Dance in 2007.

Mar 01, 2010
Craft in Context: Lineage, Mentorship and the work of Hope Mohr

Sep 01, 2009
Margaret Jenkins Dance Company at 35: Translations Over Time

May 01, 2009
Please Respond: RSVP Cycles in the Work of Anna and Lawrence Halprin

Oct 01, 2008
To Be A Traveler in Your Own City, Oct 2008

Oct 01, 2008
Dance Theater on the Eve of the Election

Jun 01, 2008
New Visions in Korean Dance: Kyoungil Ong and Hearan Chung create community and dances that inspire

Apr 01, 2008
When Dance Hits Music: Two choreographers and a string quartet creatively collide in “StringWreck”

Mar 01, 2008
Anna Halprin’s Art Filled Life on View at YBCA

Sep 01, 2007
Henry Berg; Classical Ballet For Human Bodies

Jun 01, 2007
San Francisco Conservatory Takes on Forsythe