How to Move the Truth #4
This short work is based on a poem by Angela Yetzke on the themes of trauma, loss, fragility, and body image. It was most recently performed as part of an evening of Latinx dance narratives.
Las Cuatro Estaciones:
A Story of Human Trees
An evening-length contemporary dance work exploring the cycles of death and rebirth.
Created during a residency at the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, this project is a collaboration with international video artist Ana Baer. Inspired by uncertainty, mortality, and nature, this work explores transformation and our attempts to surrender gracefully to inevitable change.
Awarded "Best Dance Concert"
by the Austin Critics Table, 2017
Commissioned by the Department of Theatre and Dance at Texas State University for Merge Dance Company.
The Materiality of Impermanence
An evening-length dance based on my journey as a breast cancer survivor. More information HERE.
Awarded "Best Dance Concert" and "Best Dancer"
by the Austin Critics Table, 2012