April 2013 - Alison Chase's Red Weather: A Dynamic Dance Forecast
By Artburst Miami - Published in the Miami New Times
Red Weather is part of a four-piece show that Chase's touring program, Alison Chase Performance (from her dance theater production company, Apogee Arts), will be performing in our area... • Read Article...
May 2012 - Choreographer Alison Chase Unveils Major Piece
By Fenceviewer Staff - Published in the Fenceviewer
On June 30, the Portland Performing Arts Festival will premiere a new dance work by iconic American choreographer and Brooksville resident Alison Chase. Chase co-founded and directed the revolutionary dance companies Pilobolus and Momix. • Read Article...
May 2012 - Portland Performing Arts Festival: Four days of music, dance, theater and performance art
By Staff - Published in the Encore - Sun Journal
The Portland Performing Arts Festival will feature the premiere of a major piece by choreographer Alison Chase combining dance with videography, music and photography. The work, titled "The Handsomest," will be co-presented by Portland Ovations on Saturday, June 30, at Merrill Auditorium. • Read Article...
November 2010 - Brooksville choreographer to debut new show in Orono
By Emily Burnham - Published in the Bangor Daily News
Alison Chase Performance will have its debut production Friday at the Collins Center for the Arts in Orono. The dancers are working on five pieces which will be performed at that show. "There's a long sea of details one has to polish, when creating new works and working on older ones with new dancers," said Chase. "There are always new connections to make, new ideas to pursue." • Read Article...
August 2009 - Rock Opera - Part II
By Emily Burnham - Published in Bangor Daily News
In another groundbreaking 'Story at the Quarry,' performance artists from many disciplines use a granite amphitheater in Stonington to stage 'Q2: Habitat.' • Read Article...
August 2009 - Fresh Moves - Lifestyle: Work in Progress
By Annaliese Jakimides - Published in Bangor Metro
Alison Chase is interviewed by Annaliese Jakimides of the Bangor Metro. • Read Article...
August 2009 - Arts groups losing support for creating new works
By Bob Keyes - Published in Portland Press Herald
Artists in Maine wonder how long they will be able to continue to fund innovative pieces, almost all of which are paid for privately. Includes information on Q2: Habitat. • Read Article...
November 2008 - Good Fellows: Creative excellence earns four regional artists grants from Maine Arts Commission
By Emily Burnham - Published in Bangor Daily News
A whimsical visual artist, an essayist, an expert fiddler and a modern dance innovator were selected as the Maine Arts Commission's 2009 Fellows. • Read Article...
October 2008 - Alison Chase Named 2009 Performing Arts Fellow
Maine Arts Commission names Alison Chase their 2009 Performing Arts Fellow.
March 2008 - Quarryography: New Life in an Old Quarry
By Janis Goodman - Published in Sculpture Magazine
Three hundred and sixty million years ago when the granite coast of Maine was forming, the fairies, wood nymphs, and spirits were planning their debut. • Read More...
November 2006 - Current Biography of Alison Becker Chase
By D.J.K. - Published in Current Biography Magazine
Pilobolus - formally, the Pilobolus Dance Theatre - germinated in an introductory class in modern dance taught in 1971 at Dartmouth College by the choreographer and dancer Alison Becker Chase, widely considered the "mother" of the troupe. • Read More...
November 2006 - Dance: Meadows Dance Ensemble Creates Fascinating Dreamscape
By Margaret Putnam - Published in the Dallas Morning News - November 3, 2006
There's no need to worry about the future of choreographer Alison Chase. She may have left Pilobolus in a cloud of controversy - she wanted the rights to her works; the powers that be said no - but she's had her revenge. • Read More...
November 2006 - Suspended Fates
By Margaret Putnam - Published in the Dallas Morning News - November 1, 2006
Alison Chase casts a watchful eye as Matt Walfish swivels effortlessly, suspended from a wrist harness. When he lands, everyone in the studio lets out a long "ooooohh." • Read More...
October 2006 - Cableman Boogies at Stonington Quarry
By Craig Idlebrook - Published in the Working Waterfront
What do you get when you combine a 26-foot high puppet, an excavator, pink-hatted dancers, a steel pan band and the Stonington Quarry? • Read More...
Fall 2006 - Independence: Alison Chase
By Amanda Smith - Published in Dance Magazine
Alison Chase seems artistically unimpeded by her forced departure from Pilobolus at the end of last year. She's spent the time thinking big. • Read More...
November 2005 - A Daredevil Spirit, and Acrobats in Contemporary American Fare
By Anne Midgette - Published in the New York Times - November 14, 2005
There was a circus air to the American Composers Orchestra concert at Zankel Hall on Friday night. • Read Article... [Requires registration]
July 2002 - Dance Review; No One Ever Said Friendship Was Easy
By Jennifer Dunning - Published in the New York Times - July, 9, 2002
The best and the most troubling aspects of the Pilobolus Dance Theater came through clearly on Saturday night when the company presented the third program in its summer season at the Joyce Theater. • Read Article... [Requires registration]
July 2001 - Dance Review; A Monkey Saves a Monk, Who Thereby Is Made Wiser
By Anna Kisselgoff - Published in the New York Times - July, 5, 2001
[A] charming gloss on crouching tigers and hidden dragons, with high-flying heroes arrayed against a comic villain on stilts. • Read Article... [Requires registration]
June 2000 - Interview with Alison Chase - She's a Standout
By Susan Reiter - Published in Newsday - June 25, 2000
The solitary female force behind Pilobolus, Alison Chase, turns a corner with some new choreography. • Read More...
December 1998 - An Urban Nutcracker: Hip-Hop Sugarplums
By Gwendolyn Freed - Published in the Wall Street Journal - December 30, 1998
There aren't enough flowers in the world to sufficiently shower the Cleveland School of the Arts and Pilobolus Dance Theater, whose Christmas collaboration, "An Urban Nutcracker," was for this visitor the best gift of the season. • Read More...