Angie Hauser is a choreographer, performer and teacher. Since 2000, Hauser has been a member of the Bebe Miller Company, receiving a BESSIE Award for her creative work with the company. Her work is featured in the online score “TWO” as part of MotionBank a Forsythe Company project (http://scores.motionbank.org/two/#/set/sets) and in the 2015 eBook “Dance Fort.” Other choreographic projects include collaborations with gifted dance artists including Chris Aiken, Jennifer Nugent, K.J. Holmes, Darrell Jones, Kathleen Hermesdorf, and musicians Mike Vargas, Jesse Manno, Tigger Benford, and Andre Gribou & Roger Baum. Her long time collaboration with Chris Aiken has yielded multiple grants and work presented at national and international venues. In addition to her long-time relationship as a teaching artist at Bates Dance Festival, Hauser has also taught dance technique, choreography, contact improvisation, and improvisation for many other national and international festivals/organizations including American Dance Festival, SaltFest, Earthdance, International Contact Festival (Freiburg), Transformation Danse (Montreal), and La Escuela Profesional de Danza (Mazatlan). She is currently an Assistant Professor at Smith College in the Department of Dance.