choreographer.

 

2015.  The Tempest (New Oreleans, LA) - Promethean Theatre Co.  Directed by Rebecca Frank. (press)

 

2014. Pride and Prejudice (New Orleans, LA) – John Jory’s adaptation of Jane Austin’s two hundred year old teen romantic comedy for which I choreographed and also co-directed with Aimee Hayes. (review) (review)

 

2013. Youth of the Land (New Freedom, PA) – a thirty-minute site-specific work created on high school students performed done in and around five acres in Pennsylvania. 

 

2013. Equus (New Orleans, LA) – Peter Schaffer’s seminal play about a psychiatrist treating a young man who has a ceremonial obsession with horses. A play posing the question, what is it that we sacrifice to the normal. (review)

 

 2013. Yentl (New Orleans, LA) – Leah Napolin’s retelling of the Isaac Bashevis Singer’s classic story that is at the backbone of modern Jewish Feminism.

 

2012. The Lily’s Revenge (New Orleans, LA)- a Taylor Mac five act play looking at gender, marriage, and community for which I was the overarching choreographer and director for the third act.

 

2012. Oceans Between: a duet for seven people (New Orleans, LA)- an eighteen-minute dance looking at the difficulties for two men to engage in a romantic relationship.

 

2011. The Skriker (New Orleans, LA)- an evening length movement theatre dark fairytale play written by Caryl Churchill.

 

2011. Triad (New Orleans, LA)- a ten-minute dance work exploring women and friendship through time. 

 

2011. A Strange Passing (New Freedom, PA) –a ten-minute dance exploring the journey from childhood to adulthood. Made in Collaboration with Mathew Heggem and the students on which we were creating.

 

2011. Almost a Triple Rainbow (Baltimore, MD)- A five-minute queer theory duet performed and Choreographed with Mathew Heggem.

 

2011. Postcard trilogy (Baltimore, MD)- a four-minute dance in three separate sections choreographed in collaboration with Nora Gibson for a tribute at Baltimore school for the Arts.

 

2011. The Magic Tower (New Orleans, LA)- A Tennessee Williams one act -play with a lovers dance sequence.

 

2010. 5 (New Orleans, LA)- A seven minute dance work using five dancers to explore space and create architecture.  

 

2010. The Wedding Singer (New Orleans, LA)- A two act Musical based on the Adam Sandler film. (review)

 

2010. Grey Gardens (New Orleans, LA)- A two act Musical about the life of Edith Bouvier Beale and her daughter Edie.

 

2010. Trio (New Orleans, LA)- A six-minute dance work exploring the emotional relationship between three people.

 

2009. Coffee Cup (New Orleans, LA)- A six-minute dance work exploring the hazy period when one is waking up.

 

2009. Rite of Spring (Philadelphia, PA)- An evening length dance theatre work exploring sacrifice, death, and rebirth.

 

2009. Dreams of Oblivion (New Orleans, LA)- An evening length dance theatre work with multiple choreographers and a band investigating Greek Myth and love.

 

2008. Green Gardens (New Orleans, LA)- An evening length dance theater work with multiple choreographers and a band exploring the effects of absinthe.

 

2008. Rite of Spring Grand Pas (Philadelphia, PA)- A twenty five-minute dance theater duet exploring ideas of how and what we sacrifice for society.

 

2008. Road Album (New Orleans, LA)- An evening length dance work with multiple choreographers using music and social ideas from the sixties.

 

2008. Rite of Spring Grand Pas Variation (Philadelphia, PA)- a twelve-minute dance duet looking at gender, sacrifice, and ballet.

 

2007. Ellipses (New Orleans, LA)- A twelve-minute dance work exploring death.

 

2007. Kettye’s Solo (New Orleans, LA) – A Thirteen-minute dance theatre work exploring one woman’s experience with death.

 

2006. Let me bring it back to the subject (New Orleans, LA) – A ten-minute dance theatre work deconstructing gender and intimacy.

 

2006. Candy (Baltimore, MD) – A four-minute dance work looking at the masks we create for ourselves.

 

2006. Minstrels (Greenville, NC) – An Eight minute dance-theatre work exploring women’s relationship with gender.

 

2005. Spiritualized (Baltimore, MD) – A five-minute dance work exploring ideas of spirituality versus religion.

 

2005. A Day in the Life (Raleigh NC) – A ten minute dance work looking at the lives of St Mary’s high school students.

 

2005. THAT GIRL: half the story (Baltimore, MD) - A re-working of my thesis concert on middle school and high school students (40 min.) staged in a non traditional way employing aspects from the student’s lives.

 

2005. THAT GIRL: a musical pastiche of one woman’s life (Salt Lake City, UT) - An evening length dance –theatre work (70 min.) staged in a non-traditional space that traces the life of one woman and explores ideas of feminism, popular culture, and television. The work has a cast of six.      

 

2004. Images for Candy (Salt Lake City, UT) – A five-minute ballet work looking at images of women and gender. The work has nine dancers

 

  • Doors collaboration with Hank Sichley (Salt Lake City, UT) - A ten-minute dance-theatre work that explores ideas of gender. The work has a cast of two.

 

  • Waltzing with Melancholy (Salt Lake City, UT) – An evening length dance-theatre work (60min.) that looks at the life of a gay man living and working in NY NY. The work has a cast of four.

 

2003. Legend of Tanakakosh (Salt Lake City, UT) – An original musical written with children. The work was site specific and traveled all over the school and it’s grounds.

 

2003. Carthage collaboration with Hank Sichley (Salt Lake City, UT) – A twelve-minute solo about the life of Hank Sichley.

 

2002. THAT GIRL; again (NY, NY) – A ten-minute solo about a woman in her twenties

 

2002. Untitled (NY, NY) – A thirty-minute work about a gay man in NY.  The work has two performers. 

 

2001. Cabaret (Baltimore, MD) -A ten-minute work on high school students working with themes from the musical Cabaret. The work has nine dancers.

 

2001. I’m gonna be alright (Baltimore, MD) – A twenty-minute dance about women and depression. The work has four dancers.

 

2001. Walks of Life collaboration with Adrienne Clancy (Washington DC) – A fifteen-minute work using shoes and the stories of travel as a way to look at life. The work has ten dancers.

 

2001. Fatitja Revived (NY, NY) – A thirty-minute dance-theatre work created for a bar. This piece looks at the life of Fatitja in an interview format and the work has five performers.

 

2000. THAT GIRL (NY, NY) – A ten-minute dance-theater solo work that explores the first love of a young woman.

 

2000. Theme and Variation (Durham, NC) – A twelve-minute dance work on high school students working with the idea of theme and variation. The work has thirty dancers.

 

1999. Why Do It…no reply collaboration with Vincent Cacalano     (Amsterdam, Holland) – An evening length dance-theatre work (60 min) for which I created an African club dance section. The work has a cast of twelve.

 

1999. Rehearsal collaboration with Vincent Cacalano         `  (Amsterdam, Holland) – A twenty-minute dance work in which I explored the aesthetic of Bob Fosse and the idea of relationships. The work has twenty-two dancers.

 

1998. Coffee the wrong way (Baltimore, MD) – A twelve-minute dance work on high school students about their perceptions of Europe. The work has thirteen dancers.

 

1998. Land Before Time (Baltimore, MD) – An evening length environmental dance-theatre work on children. The work has twenty dancers.

 

1998. Non Stop Fatitja collaboration with Vincent Cacalano (Amsterdam, MD) - A thirty-minute dance-theatre work about the life of the performer Fatitja. The work explores ideas of feminism and has ten dancers.

 

1997. Empty (Baltimore, MD) – A four minute structures improvisation on high school dancers. The work had six dancers.

 

1997. Ray of Light (Baltimore, MD) – A five-minute dance work on children. The work is extremely physical and has fifteen dancers.

 

1997. Chicago (Baltimore, MD) – A five-minute dance work exploring the aesthetic of Bob Fosse. The work has nine dancers.

 

1993 to 1997. The Liz Lerman Dance Exchange (Washington DC)-

Choreographed on shipyard workers, ballet dancers, senior citizens, children from elementary to high school, urban professionals, and various combinations of each. Choreographic works were performed in concert settings, site specifically, and informally. As a company member my creative talents were employed in creating company work and community projects.

 

1997. Map Room collaboration with Charles Richardson (Washington DC)  - A twenty-minute dance work exploring spirituality. Charles Richardson is a musician who danced in the work as well. The work has ten dancers.

 

1996. Duet (Baltimore, MD) – A five-minute dance work that is whimsical and sweet and contains a lot of partnering. The work has two dancers.

 

1996. Pretty Boy Mystery (Washington DC) – A twenty-minute dance-theatre work exploring ideas from popular culture and television of the 70’s. The work has fifteen dancers.

 

1995. Lunchtime (Washington DC) – A twenty-minute dance-theatre work exploring the first love of two men. The work has five dancers.

 

1995. Summertime (Baltimore, MD) – A five-minute dance work on children. The work has thirteen dancers.

 

1995. Love Boat (Washington DC) – A five-minute dance using ideas from popular culture and television from the 70’s. The work has fourteen dancers.

 

1995. Kids (Baltimore, MD) – A five-minute dance work on children that is an introduction to the kids. The work has ten dancers.

 

1994. The Taste of Honey (Baltimore, MD) – A ten –minute dance on children about rituals. The work has eight dancers.

 

1993. Pie is the Essence of God (Washington DC) – A fifteen-minute dance-theatre work about religion and spirituality. The work has twelve dancers.

 

1993. Time….OUT (Washington DC) – A ten-minute solo about Fatality and AIDS.

 

1992. Rose collaboration with Vincent Cacalano (Washington DC)  - A ten-minute dance work about two men falling in love. The work has two dancers.

 

1991. The Fruit Tastes Funny (Richmond, VA) – An eight-minute dance-theatre solo about being homosexual.

 

1991. Blanched (Richmond, VA) - A thirteen-minute dance-theatre work about Blanche Dubois from A Streetcar Named Desire. The work has a cast of six.

 

1991. Solo (Richmond, VA) – A five-minute solo dance work exploring my understanding and use of dance technique.

 

1991. A Rose is a Rose is a Rose collaboration with Vincent Cacalano (Richmond, VA) – A ten-minute dance work about love. The work has four dancers.

 

1990. Dolls (Durham, NC) – A seven-minute dance-theatre solo exploring feminism and popular culture.

 

1990. Reclining Female (Richmond, VA) – A six-minute solo dance work exploring feminism.

 

1989. Masculine Taboo (Richmond, VA) – A five-minute solo dance work exploring ideas of the male body.