Choreographer Anne Bogart is an Artistic Director of SITI Company, which she founded with director Tadashi Suzuki in 1992. Bogart is the creator of the widely used improvisational, ensemble-building technique called Viewpoints, based on Mary Overlie’s Six View Points of Dance. In addition to her Obie Awards for Best Director (No Plays No Poetry But Philosophical Reflections Practical Instructions Provocative Opinions and Pointers From a Noted Critic and Playwright  and The Baltimore Waltz ) and her Bessie Award for Choreographer/Creator (South Pacific ), Bogart received the ATHE Career Achievement Award in 1995 and an American Theatre Wing Award in 2005. In 2012, Bogart was one of the recipients of the inaugural round of Doris Duke Performing Artist Awards and a recipient of the Richard B. Fisher Award presented by BAM.
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