Sean Greene 3.jpeg

sean greene’s the searchers (studio city, ca) At 19, Sean Greene began dancing at Pierce Junior College. Three years later, he joined the Bella Lewitzky Dance Company, where, as Principal Dancer and “Master Teacher” he danced and taught all over the world for 19 years. In 1978, he appeared on the cover of Dance magazine. Beginning in 1988, Sean directed Transitions Dance Company and the Advanced Performance Course at the Laban Centre, London for 5 years. He served as Rehearsal Director for the Phoenix Dance Company in Leeds, before returning to the United States. In 2003, Sean was nominated for a Lester Horton Lifetime Teaching Award. In 2004, his duet from “La Famiglia del Inferno” was reconstructed and nominated for a Lester Horton Award. Sean also directed, choreographed, and danced for Gallimaufry and Greene, which completed 30 performances in 31 days at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland during Summer 2008. In 2014, Sean launched into a new phase of his professional career in creating Sean Greene’s Shield Wall, a small ensemble dance company, which had its premiere concert in March 2016. He has taught at Chapman University since 1995.