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Lillian Carter

Musical Theater Dance Faculty

Lillian Carter received a B.F.A. from The Boston Conservatory in 1990. 

Carter is founder, artistic director and choreographer for Greenglass Dance Theater. The Boston Herald has praised her work, saying it is “hilarious (...) a creepy dance that makes one laugh and think.” She has also been priased by The Boston Globe, who deemed her work “clever.”  

Carter has taught at Harvard University (Shad Hall), Tufts University, Regis College, Emerson College and Dean College. She developed and presented choreographic workshops for Borders Books Stores in New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts. Carter also developed movement classes at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Revere to promote physical fitness within the elderly community, and for veterans and people with wheelchairs at The Soldiers Home in Chelsea, Massachusetts. Her work has been presented at The Boston Conservatory for an Aids Benefit hosted by Madeline Kahn, at Harvard University to celebrate Black History month hosted by Jasmine Guy and for Monster Jam  with 50 Cent, Young Buck and Lil Wayne at the TDBank North Garden and at St. Marks Church in New York.

Carter teaches at The Jeannette Neill Dance Studio and for the Education Department at the Citi Performing Arts Center. She is a faculty member for the Musical Theater Department at The Boston Conservatory.

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