Based in New York City, Brendan Duggan Choreography aims to constantly examine the definition of contemporary dance, the possibilities within the human body for choreographic expression, and the ways that choreography can be challenged by multidisciplinary influences. Each work creates performance experiences that allow for accessible, emotionally resonant content, and a fresh perspective on movement's role in telling each story. 


Originally from Amherst, New Hampshire, Brendan Duggan is a Brooklyn-based dancer and choreographer who has been creating original works since 2010.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in Dance from Skidmore College, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. Throughout his performance career, he has had the pleasure to perform with artists such as Gallim Dance, Danaka Dance, Loni Landon, Danielle Russo, Third Rail Projects’ The Grand Paradise, and most recently, Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More.  

As a choreographer, Duggan served as Co-Director of LoudHoundMovement (LHM) from 2012 - 2017 before establishing himself as an independent choreographer.  Since 2010, his work has been presented at The CURRENT SESSIONS, The Playground AfterDark, The Dance Gallery Festival, FAB! Festival NYC, Gowanus Art + Production Presents!, Hoover Dam Collective, The Creator's Collective, Inception to Exhibition (ITE), Dixon Place, Pushing Progress Showcase, Springboard Danse Montreal (QC), Place des Arts (QC), APAP at the 14th St Y, the Excognito Dance Festival, Gibney Dance Center, Leona Wagner Black Box Theater in Salt Lake City, The Brooklyn Brewery, and The Center for Performance Research.  He has also been commissioned to create new works for SALT Contemporary Dance, Western Michigan University, and Whim W’Him Dance.

In addition, Duggan has served as a faculty member at Peridance Capezio Center and Gibney Dance as well as a guest artist at Western Michigan University, Brigham Young University, Skidmore College, Marymount Manhattan College, The Pointe Academy, Creative Arts Academy, among others.