A work-in-progress that is inspired by Michael Green and John Schwarz’s “String theory” which attempts to unify the four forces in the universe — electromagnetic force, the strong nuclear force, the weak nuclear force, and gravity — together into one unified theory. Performed at the Daniel Lewis Miami Dane Sampler 2017.
21 Chump Street (Miami Premiere)
A fifteen-minute musical written by composer Lin-Manuel Miranda, who most notably created the Broadway musicals In the Heightsand Hamilton. The show was based on an episode of This American Life, where a high school student fell in love with an undercover police officer, and ultimately was arrested for selling drugs to the officer in an attempt to impress her. The musical premiered in a showcase put on by This American Life, held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on June 7, 2014. This work will premiere June 2017 in City Theatre Miami’s Summer Shorts Festival at the Adrienne Arsht Center.
A performance installation that celebrates diversity and the unity. This work will premiere during the World OutGames Miami’s “Pulse Points” at the New World Center, June 1st, 2017. Where there is chaos, we find peace. Where there is fear, we find courage. Where there is hate, we find love.
For: Shame From: ______
A multi-disciplinary work that examines the perceived social and cultural norms adhered by women for women. From the clothes they wear to the shape of their bodies, women are at contact odds with themselves and each other.
“LuvBytes” is a short play adaption from the performance piece, “T.M.I”. It was selected to be presented at MicroTheater Miami’s Fall 2015 run of Rum and Coke. Next run will be at the Ft. Lauderdale Fringe Festival in May 2016.
Labyrinth was initially commissioned by the Miami-Dade Public LIbrary System’s Main Branch for a site-specific performance on December 19th, 2014. Since then, we collaborated with filmmaker, Claudio Marcotulli to create the dance on film version which was presented at the Miami Book Fair and Art Basel 2016.
T.M.I. (too much information)
T.M.I. (too much information) is a even-lengths multidisciplinary work that will engages the audience to look at how we use and abuse technology. How our forms of communication have evolved in ways that instantaneously connect us but also isolate us. With the use of dance, theatre, film, animation and sound, T.M.I. is a social and cultural project that is current with the times and whose purpose is to bring awareness to our community and ourselves.