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Tina Mullone

Tina Mullone
Assistant Professor of Dance
Rondileau Student Union, Room 024B
BA, University of Oklahoma
MFA, Texas Christian University
Tina Mullone (BA, MFA) is Assistant Professor of Dance at Bridgewater State University and a New England board member for the American College Dance Association. She is a certified M’Singha Wuti instructor of Umfundalai contemporary African dance technique, Pilates mat instructor, and dance education consultant. She has performed in Texas, Louisiana, Philadelphia, Virginia, New York, Germany and Mexico. Her training background is in Agrippina Vaganova ballet, Martha Graham, Jose Limon, Katherine Dunham, Umfundalai, various dances from African and the Diaspora. To highlight training, she studied at Dallas Black Dance Theatre, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Philadanco Dance School, Urban Bush Women, Katherine Dunham Institute and American Dance Festival. In addition to a number of outreach programs and studios, Tina taught at Texas Ballet Theater School, Contemporary Dance/Fort Worth and Texas Christian University. Tina is co-director of M2, a performance art duet based in Monroe. For 11 years, she commuted from Louisiana to Texas to continue her professional career as a performer with Beckles Dancing Company, and CD/FW (as Associate Artistic Director). Tina’s current research interests are centered around the following: African Diaspora dance, dance as a conduit for change, African-Americans and the spaces that define/confine, the presence of spirituality in dance, Black feminism in movement & visual art, arts + education=what? and movement based therapy as a result of trauma.
Area of Expertise
African Diaspora Dance Studies; Hypersexuality in Black & Brown Bodies; Africa/African-American presence in Dance History; Contemporary Modern Dance; Umfundalai Contemporary African Dance technique; Politics in Dance; Pilates.