Original works using audience choice, featuring myself, Suzy Myre, Allegra Bautista, and Lydia Davis.
Drawing Upon Our African Roots In Countering Implicit Bias In The Workforce
Co-presenter with Dr. Theopia Jackson
Every January, NACHMO (National Choreography Month) challenges choreographers, dancers, and movers of all types to create a new dance piece in one month. This winter, 237 people in over 20 cities took the challenge, sharing excerpts of their work and process on social media and in live events across the country. These shows feature a curated collection of diverse works crafted by New York choreographers for the NACHMO challenge.
I will be facilitating The Lesbian Cancer Initiative's Winter Wellness event: An Evening of Self-Care
This event is open to all lesbians, bisexual women, and transgender people who have/had a cancer diagnosis, as well as their friends, family, caregivers, and loved ones. Jeana and Nobue, instructors from Integral Yoga Institute New York City, will lead a "YCAT Yoga for Cancer" workshop and Amy Anthony of www.nycaroma.com will lead an "Aromatherapy" workshop. Dinner will be served.
Located at The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center: 208 West 13th Street, New York, NY, 10011
To register or for more information: call 646.358.1703, email email@example.com, visit our Facebook page, or visit www.gaycenter.org/lci
I will be performing with Movement of the People Dance Company in the premier of a new evening-length piece called "Song and Dance You" as part of FLICfest 2016 at the Irondale:
Song and Dance You dissects the sociocultural and sociopolitical constraints that circumvent the underlying remnants of our nation’s racial divide. The multimedia and multidimensional choreography will incorporate contemporary dance theater with house dance, vaudeville and early modern jazz movements from the age of Minstrel shows. Seeing to find a balance of sardonic humor with poignant foundations of contemplative yet powerful visceral movements, Song and Dance You will answer the question – what does it take for Black lives to actually matter in the eyes of all Americans?