Noa Rui-Piin Weiss
Noa Rui-Piin Weiss is a dancer, writer, and arts administrator based in New York City. In his time at Barnard, he performed works by Doug Varone, Bill T. Jones, Caroline Fermin, and Lucinda Childs, among others. Noa has presented choreography through Fertile Ground and the Current Showcase (Take.5), and recently collaborated with Adrienne Truscott on his thesis project "Jack of All Trades." As an administrator, Noa has worked at The Joyce Theater, The Kitchen, Dance/NYC, and the Jerome Robbins Dance Division of the New York Public Library. Noa is a regular contributor to The Brooklyn Rail and Culturebot, where he writes about performance. Most recently, Noa has discovered a passion for mash-ups, and would recommend "Nine-Inch Nails – Closer but it's Funkytown by Lipps Inc." mixed by William Maranci.