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  • Winner 2015 City Pages Award for Best Dance Performance. Using a structure similar to short-format drag performances, this episodic piece has dancers shift character, dynamics, and costumes every few minutes while exploring female archetypes through a queer lens.                     
  • 2015 City Pages Award for Best Dance Performance. Using a structure similar to short-format drag performances, this episodic piece has dancers shift character, dynamics, and costumes every few minutes while exploring female archetypes through a queer lens.                              
  • Using the audience as a physical boundary during this dance, allows them to be a participant and an observer.                              
  • This piece combines text and movement as two dancers have a conversation with each other and the audience. The juxtaposition of text, movement and the audience’s involvement in the work are elements that are continually explored in my work.                               
  • Using a structure similar to short-format drag performances, this episodic piece has dancers shift character, dynamics, and costumes every few minutes while exploring female archetypes through a queer lens.                                   
  • This piece combines text and movement as two dancers have a conversation with each other and the audience. The juxtaposition of text, movement and the audience’s involvement in the work are elements that are continually explored in my work.                            
  • Using the audience as a physical boundary during this dance, allows them to be a participant and an observer. This concept would be more fully realized in the new piece, Arena Voyeur.                               
  • 2015 City Pages Award for Best Dance Performance. Using a structure similar to short-format drag performances, this episodic piece has dancers shift character, dynamics, and costumes every few minutes while exploring female archetypes through a queer lens.                              
  • Using the audience as a physical boundary during this dance, allows them to be a participant and an observer.                              
  • This piece combines text and movement as two dancers have a conversation with each other and the audience. The juxtaposition of text, movement and the audience’s involvement in the work are elements that are continually explored in my work.