win.place.show  (2016) investigates a set of interrelated themes: the pressures of accomplishment and achievement, the demands of perpetual productivity, and the many ways of "being" in the daily race. Working with cultural markers of competition (track suits, trophies, winners' podiums), the piece reveals structures that shape our expectations and experiences.   Performance History/Future  2.2017 University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC 9.2016 Davidson College, Davidson, NC   Credits  Music: Queen, Survivor Dramaturg: Jeanmarie Higgins Original Lighting Design: Neil Reda Photo: Jeanmarie Higgins
       
     
  placed  (2015) delves into a perceived prerogative of our current cultural moment—the imperative to continually and constantly "perform." The dance's composition asks us to physically and psychically navigate a system of defined roles, perplexing rules, and opportunities to negotiate what it means to win.    Performance History/Future  10.2015 Manship Theatre, Baton Rouge, LA 9.2015 University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC   Credits  Music: Queen, Survivor Dramaturg: Jeanmarie Higgins Original Lighting Design: Gordon W. Olson Photos: Chris Record
       
     
  hours, lawns, and in between  (2014) asks how time forces us to understand ourselves. The piece works through the structures that time creates, the demands of “keeping time,” and the experiences of time passing to experiment, physically, with how we perceive time and how time functions in our lives.   Performance History/Future   5.2015  The Dance Complex, Cambridge, MA 1.2015   University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC 8.2014  Davidson College, Davidson, NC   Credits  Lighting Design: Neil Reda Photos: Davidson College, Chris Record