Artistic director of the Printz Dance Project (PDP) and Bay Area based choreographer, dancer and educator, Stacey Printz received her sociology and dance degrees from UC Irvine. In addition to teaching at Alonzo King’s Lines Dance Center she has been on staff at St. Mary’s College, Sonoma State University and RoCo and has taught classes and workshops for Universities and studios across the U.S. (including classes in New York, Memphis, Los Angeles, Utah, Kentucky, Idaho, Colorado and more). Internationally she has taught in Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Russia, Lithuania, Ireland and Italy.
Her most recent show, Hover Space, premiered to high praise, packed houses and reviewers saying, “With a talented cast, unique concept and inventive movement, Hover Space is a slam dunk.” And “the 'hovering' second stage was brilliant.” Her company has performed in San Francisco for 10 years, and has toured across the nation and internationally in Russia, Lithuania, and Ireland. Printz also collaborates on multi-genre, full evening performing arts pieces including Marc Bamuthi Joseph’s internationally recognized works, Scourge and The Break/s. She recently choreographed Bamuthi’s latest highly acclaimed piece, “Red, Black & Green: A Blues,” which premiered at YBCA and is currently touring the country www.printzdance.org