Andrea Weber was a dancer with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company through its final eight years, performing roles in over 25 works. Ms. Weber received her bachelor of fine arts degree from The Juilliard School under the direction of Benjamin Harkarvy. She has danced and taught for Canadian-based Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie, participating in the Manitoba, Gros Morne and Banff Projects. Last fall, she returned to Canada to perform Hymn to the Universe with the Sun Ra Arkestra. Ms. Weber appears as the Dancer in The Dancer Films, a series of very short films based on the cartoons of Jules Feiffer, directed by Judy Dennis and produced by Ellen Dennis, with choreography by Susan Marshall and Larry Keigwin. She has assisted and staged Lila York’s works on ballet companies throughout the U.S. and in Denmark. Ms. Weber was a collaborator in Anne Carson’s Possesive Used as Drink (Me) and has also danced with Jessica Lang, Jonah Bokaer and Charlotte Griffin. She is on faculty for the Merce Cunningham Trust, teaching Cunningham Technique™ at New York City Center, and has taught at Brown University, the American Dance Festival, Salem State College and Dance New Amsterdam. Ms. Weber was a Merce Cunningham Fellow 2012 and will stage Pond Way on Ballet am Rhein this spring.