Boutilier, Joy (1939–)

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Boutilier, Joy (1939–)

American dancer and choreographer. Born Sept 30, 1939, in Chicago, Illinois.

Performed in Alwin Nikolais and Murray Louis' concert groups in New York City (mid-1960s); appeared in concert recitals with Louis and other company members, including Phyllis Lamhut and Bill Frank; received great acclaim in NY for 1st solo concert piece Homunculus (1968); also choreographed In Grandma's House (c. 1967), Sortilegy (c. 1968), Lines of Lewis Carroll (1968), Bazooka (1968) and Colony (1971).