“Who, Two” by Joan Nicholas-Walker

Immensely proud of how this commissioned duet turned out. Originally drafted as a solo called “Who” presented by BlueShift & SylviDances at Baltimore Theater Project March 2018. “Who, Two” took on new life as sage choreographer Joan Nicholas-Walker expertly reframed the original thematic material and crafted a challenging new dance. It strengthened our companies’ abilityContinue reading ““Who, Two” by Joan Nicholas-Walker”

“Who, Two” at HCC Gala

Maggie Lockhart and I performed Joan Nicholas-Walker’s introspective piece “Who, Two” at The Howard Community College Feb 9th, 2019 at The Horowitz Performing Arts Center a large venue for dance. My dance partner Maggie bravely gave Brunhilda one last hurrah. Her plan all along was to ‘dance the shit out of it’ before replacing withContinue reading ““Who, Two” at HCC Gala”

The life of a teaching artist

Today I served as teaching assistant to The American Ballet on behalf of The Kennedy Center and spoke on a panel for a Dance Colloquy hosted by Sarah Beth Oppenheim at Dance Place. Whew and the day isn’t over! In an hour, I witness dances made by college students participating in the dance colloquy andContinue reading “The life of a teaching artist”