Careers

About Us

The internationally renowned Mark Morris Dance Group (MMDG) has received ‘highest praise for their technical aplomb, their musicality, and their sheer human authenticity.’ (Bloomberg News). Founded in 1980, the Dance Group performs the repertory of choreographer Mark Morris, hailed as the ‘the most successful and influential choreographer alive, and indisputably the most musical’ (The New York Times), whose work is acclaimed for its ingenuity, musicality, wit, and humanity. Live music and community engagement are vital components of the Dance Group. It has toured with its own musicians, the MMDG Music Ensemble, since 1996, and regularly collaborates with orchestras and opera companies around the world. In addition to 17 full-time dancers, the organization currently employs 34 full-time staff and 75 part-time staff, teaching artists, and musicians.

In the heart of the Brooklyn Cultural District, the Mark Morris Dance Center, founded in 2001, is the hub of dance and music education in Brooklyn. The nine-studio building provides affordable classes in multiple genres for people of all ages, levels, with and without disabilities, accompanied by live music. The studios, a performance space, a Wellness Center, and ancillary spaces are all available to the community and to nonprofit organizations at subsidized rates. MMDG’s Community Education Programs partner with public and private schools and community centers to provide customized classes. MMDG also offers customized dance workshops for persons with Parkinson’s disease and their caregivers.

MMDG programs in NYC and worldwide engage nearly 100,000 people annually. Propelled by core values of community, access, excellence, and creativity, MMDG is committed to ongoing equity, diversity, and inclusion work to ensure its programs are welcoming and accessible to all.


Job Opportunities

Adult Programs Director

Bursar and Finance Assistant


Professional Development Opportunities

The Mark Morris Dance Group is committed to providing training opportunities and career pathways for dancers, teaching artists, and musicians with and without disabilities.

There are currently no professional development opportunities.


Additional Opportunities

Due to COVID-19, the Work/Study, and Internships programs have been suspended. Please check back soon for information about upcoming opportunities.

Teaching Artist Auditions

Mark Morris Dance Group Education programs hold annual Teaching Artist Auditions to identify motivated educators to join the team who are interested in working with recreational students who love to dance. Applications for the audition typically open in November and candidates are invited for a March audition. More information will be made available when the application period opens. We encourage potential candidates to get to know our programs and philosophy by participating in one of our professional development opportunities and joining the professional development email list.

 


We are an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or veteran status.