Listed as one of Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch” in 2001, choreographer Trey McIntyre has been on the dance world’s radar for a while. His work is noted for its contemporary athletic style underpinned by classical ballet technique and for its use of disparate musical genres ranging from Frédéric Chopin to the 1970s rock band Queen.
The Trey McIntyre Project (TMP) began in 2005 as a summer touring group, making its national debut at the Vail International Dance Festival and subsequently appearing at many of the major summer dance festivals around the country. Since 2008, TMP has operated as a full-time company, touring nationally and internationally including several performances each year in its hometown of Boise.
Trey McIntyre Project Information
- Performances/Programs: TMP is based in Boise, where it presents a season each year, but it is mostly a touring company that performs around the country and the world.
- Admission: Ticket prices vary.
- Membership: The cost to become a Supporter is $25 or more.
- Educational/Community Outreach: TMP has a number of “engagement” projects, such as arts education programs for all skill levels, master classes, Q&A sessions, community events, residencies, free public performances, hospital outreach, and pre- and post-performance activities.