MAXINE GLORSKY (Production Stage Manager) has been the stage manager for the companies of Martha Graham, Alvin Ailey, Merce Cunningham, Glen Tetley, Donald McKayle, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, Gala des Etoiles of Montreal, Harkness Ballet, Joyce Trisler Danscompany, Elisa Monte Dance Company, Buglisi/ Foreman Dance,  Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Dance Connecticut, Maria Alba Flamenco, Maria Benitez Teatro Flamenco, Peridance, Baryshnikov’s White Oak Dance Project, and numerous other troupes and soloists in the modern, ballet and ethnic disciplines.  She was the co-founder of Tag Foundation (1971-1981) which produced the Dance Umbrella and the New York Dance Festival which supplied complete technical assistance (designers, stage managers, crews, publicity, theater) to the dance world. With the Lincoln Center Library of the Performing Arts, she created two symposiums: “Martha Graham: Steps of a Giant” and “Alvin Ailey: Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright.” In 2016 she was the PSM for an off -Broadway production of  Great Circle Production’s Edwin, The Story of Edwin Booth.Currently, she is the production stage manager for the Lubovitch Company since 1970, and stage manager for Juilliard Dances Repertory since 1998. Her commitment to dance, and a career that has spanned over 50 years, were celebrated by the dance community at The Joyce Theater in 2000 with “A Party for Max.” In September 2019, the Stage Manager Association honored  her with the Del Hughes Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in the Art of Stage Management.