Felice envisions her role as an artist-in-residence to be that of a working professional with a lifelong commitment to the art of dance, sharing her knowledge with a school and a community, hopefully motivating people to seek out further experiences once she is gone. She wants most to instill her love of dance, and a sense of enjoyment and excitement in studying it. Every residency is unique, therefore she likes to plan with schools and communities in advance to custom-make a residency that will best serve their unique needs. As she not only choreographs, but films/edits video, works with computer choreography, writes plays and screenplays, and has a background in music, she is especially interested in multi-media projects that combine these things with dance.
Felice was a recipient of the Lawrence S. Epstein Prize for Choreography, a Wurlitzer Foundation Residency in Choreography, a participant in the Carlisle Project, and a semi-finalist in the Chesterfield Writers Network, and Fade-In Online Screenwriting Competitions. She received two Accolade Awards for her I AM A DANCER. Her 50 dance works have been performed in venues including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors, Joyce SoHo, Baryshnikov Arts Center, Sarasota Ballet, and the 1991 Tokyo International Choreography Competition, and she filmed and edited a number of television programs broadcast on Manhattan Neighborhood Network. Felice is currently an Adjunct Professor at UCONN/Stamford Campus, and an artist-in-residence for the states of Nevada and Idaho. She holds a BA from Barnard College, and an MA from Columbia University.