Day in the Life of Dance: Behind the Byline — Melanie Greene on Writing for The Dance Enthusiast
Behind the Byline highlights one our most important assets — our contributors. Get to know the person behind your favorite articles.
TDE: How did you start working for The Dance Enthusiast?
Melanie Greene: I shared one audience review back in 2014 and was later referred by a friend in 2015.
TDE: How long have you been working for The Dance Enthusiast?
Melanie Greene: 3 1/2 years!
TDE: What do like about writing for The Dance Enthusiast?
Melanie Greene: I enjoy seeing work and being in an artistic community and a conversation sparked by dance works.
TDE: What are your favorite stories?
Melanie Greene: My favorite stories are the ones that peel back layers to an artist's process. I enjoy getting to know their work from an intimate perspective or point of view.
TDE: What's a fun fact about you?
Melanie Greene: I find crocheting cathartic and I love candy, biscuits, and collard greens (not necessarily all together)!
TDE: What's on the horizon for you?
Melanie Greene: I'll be presenting an evening-length work, Sapphire, May 16-17, 2019 at Brooklyn Studios for Dance. Stay tuned at www.methodsofperception.com
Read features by Melanie Greene HERE.
If it’s happening in New York dance, then it’s happening on The Dance Enthusiast.
Join the conversation!
Submit an #AudienceReview
Send us a POSTCARD to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you are up to.
List Your Events With us for FREE.
Support Dance Writing in New York! Place an Ad on The Dance Enthusiast! Take a look at the specs here and contact email@example.com for further information.