Gabe Katz is a graduate of Marymount Manhattan College Class of 2018, where he received his BFA in dance with a concentration in choreography and a minor in studio art. He has performed work and repertoire by choreographers such as Ohad Naharin, Sonya Tayeh, Jonathan Campbell and Austin Diaz of MADBOOTS DANCE, Adam Barruch, Jenn Freeman, Ryan Heffington, Larry Keigwin, and Robert Battle, Ryan Mason, and Rena Butler. Katz has studied at multiple Gaga Intensive programs in both New York City and Tel Aviv, researching the movement vocabulary and repertoire of Ohad Naharin. He was also in the first ever Gaga Program at The School at Jacob’s Pillow in the summer of 2018. Katz has presented multiple original works in the Dancers at Work showcase at Marymount, and was commissioned in 2018 by Angelica Stiskin and the Joffrey Ballet School as their “Emerging Choreographer” to restage his work entitled “hmm”. Gabe currently tours the country with both Revive and Adrenaline Dance Conventions, and can also be found as a featured dancer in Sir Paul McCartney’s music video “Who Cares?” choreographed by two-time Grammy nominated choreographer Ryan Heffington. Gabe is currently based in Chicago, training with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s Professional Training Program, HSPro, under the direction of Alexandra Wells. Teaching since 2013, Katz has shared his passion for the art form throughout the country in addition to being on faculty at intensives such as The Joffrey Ballet School NYC Jazz and Contemporary Intensive, The Dance Sessions, and Dance Device Lab.