RAWdance’s intimate and informal salon goes digital, featuring short dance films by RAWdance and five guest choreographers! The CONCEPT SERIES has always aimed to create a high quality performance experience […]
Using the Roaring 20s to illuminate issues in our own time, Roar peels away the veneer glitz and glam of the Jazz Age to expose the era’s shifting gender power dynamics and burgeoning feminist movement.
On the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution’s 14th amendment, 14 investigates the crucial equal protection and birthright citizenship clauses to magnify its problematic history and current significance.
With an eye to recurring cycles in history – reverence for intellectual prowess followed by a blinding fear of intellectual thought – the work asks “what does it mean to be an informed and engaged citizen?”
Mine was born during a residency in Ucross, Wyoming, where the expansive hills, never-ending barbed wire fences, and hints of the Old West highlighted the contrast between vastness and claimed territory.