WHO MAKE IT HAPPEN
Weber, Executive Director - Certified Professional Notator and Teacher
of Labanotation; Certified Movement Analyst; B.F.A. in Dance, University
of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; notator of 15 works including Joffrey, Massine,
Posin, Wagoner, Sokolow, and full-evening length Sleeping Beauty.
Danced professionally with Milwaukee Ballet Company and other ballet,
modern, opera, and operetta companies. Taught Dance and Notation. Choreographed
for the Public Theater. Former Board of Directors: Congress on Research
in Dance (CORD) and American Dance Guild. Also has M.B.A. from the Wharton
School and M.S.E. in Computer Science at University of Pennsylvania. Managed
consulting projects at (now) KPMG and was a Vice President at Goldman
Hannah Russ, Administrative Associate - Hannah Russ earned her B.A. degree in Dance and Chinese Area Studies from Kenyon College in 2018, where she found a deep interest in the use of Labanotation as a tool for movement preservation, research, and the creative/choreographic process. She has since earned certification in elementary and intermediate Labanotation and completed the Teacher Certification Course in China following the 2017 ICKL conference. After receiving a Fulbright Student Research/Study grant in 2018, she enrolled as a Student at the Nanjing University of the Arts where she spent 10 months conducting research on Labanotation in China. In addition to her role as Administrative Associate, she has also taken on the duty as Library Newsletter Editor for the Dance Notation Bureau. Ms. Russ joined the Dance Notation Bureau in 2021.
Charlotte Wile, Theory Bulletin Board Moderator (Volunteer) - Certified
Professional Notator, Reconstructor, and Teacher of Labanotation; Certified
Movement Analyst; M.S. in Music Education, City College; B.S. in Dance,
Juilliard School. Ms. Wile performed on- and off-Broadway and notated
works by McKayle, Arpino, and Jooss. She has taught at many institutions,
including Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies, Brooklyn College,
Barnard College, University of Detroit at Marygrove, Performing Arts High
School, Ruben Academy in Israel, New York City public schools, and her
own studio. She now is writing a book on Motif Writing. Ms. Wile began
the Theory Bulletin Board in 1999, and it now has over 100 postings from
contributors throughout the Laban community.