Can entertainment be anything other than what we already know we want? And is art what we didn't know we wanted but discovered we needed?
As a performer Edie has worked with New York based choreographers Stanley Love, Greg Zuccolo, Glen Rumsey, Julie Atlas Muz, Liz Santoro, Kraig Patterson, among others, and performed Deborah Hay's solo NEWS at the Whitney Museum of American Art. She has worked on European based projects with Boris Charmatz, Robert Stejn, and Ann Crossett; and in 2010 won a highly competitive Dance WEB scholarship to Impulstanz in Vienna.
In addition to contemporary dance, Edie has performed in music videos and as a back up dancer for artists such as Amanda Lepore, Zola Jesus, The Chrystal Ark, April March, Of Montreal, and Madonna Impersonator Chris America! Edie can be found on Youtube as Comedy Central's "Succubus". In 2011 she joined the opening cast of Absinthe at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, which won Best New Show and is still selling out today. Currently she performs solo cabaret numbers around New York city and elsewhere regularly.
As a choreographer Edie has created numerous events, works for children, non dancers and burlesque performers. Notably this includes a French television commercial directed by Michel Gondry, and coaching Burlesque-Circus superstar Trixie Little’s number that won her the title Miss Exotic World 2015. She was honored in 2006 to create a fashion show of Robert Rauschenberg's costumes commissioned by the Merce Cunningham Dance Foundation, and supervised by Merce Cunningham.
Edie choreographed (and performed the role of Secretary Edith) off- Broadway in Angela DiCarlo's original musical parody of Mad Men: "The Mad World of Miss Hathaway"; noted as Low Brow Brilliant in New York Magazine. She co-choreographed and performed multiple roles in Trixie Little's "Queen of Everything", and Emergency number in Las Vegas. Recently Edie choreographed a production of Rent at the United Nations International School. And since 2008 she has been honored to assist her mentor, renowned ballet teacher Janet Panetta.