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CURRENT + UPCOMING

 

MARCH-APRIL 2023

Object Movement Festival will take place March 20 — April 1, 2023, at The Center at West Park. Thrilled to present a short excerpt of Isadora the Baptist, as the culmination of the Object Movement Residency, with collaborator, Karen Loewy Movilla.

A comic-myth re-mix of Noah’s ark, Isadora the Baptist follows Isadora and her family of ill-equipped saints as they learn to live off the land. Featuring a wooly mammoth as holy mother, a shape-shifting apostle, naughty nuns, and chimeric prophets, the audience moves between the interrelated worlds of the narrating Hot Apostle’s congregation, and Isadora and her family’s homestead. This play offers a back-to-the-land, feminist, animistic theology set in a post-capital holy land. 

JANUARY 2023

Our bodies like dams , a short film I've been making over the last year+ will premiere this January at The Brick as part of Exponential Festival.   Set in a handmade, flooding city, this part love-story, part eco-fantasy, imagines a woman’s unexpected metamorphosis in the face of romantic and coastal decay. 

January 16-21 at 8pm. TICKETS!

DECEMBER 2022

Presenting a short live excerpt of Our bodies like dams as part of Puppet Blok at Dixon Place - Friday, December 16th, curated by Marcella Murray. More info + tickets here! 

NOVEMBER 2022

Going on tour as ASM with Advanced Beginner Group's Distances Smaller Than This Are Not Confirmed, co-created by David Neumann and Marcella Murray. Performances at UNC Chapel Hill Friday, 11/18 - Saturday, 11/19. 

Performed as a puppeteer in progress showing of Marcella Murray's Other Atlantis as part of the PATCH Residency at The Jim Hensen Carriage House. 

SEPTEMBER 2022-APRIL 2023

Thrilled to be a 2022-2023 Object Movement artist-in-residence at The Center at West Park  with collaborator, Karen Loewy Movilla, to develop a play I wrote in 2021- Isadora the Baptist.

A comic-myth re-mix of Noah’s ark, Isadora the Baptist follows Isadora and her family of ill-equipped saints as they learn to live off the land. Featuring a wooly mammoth as holy mother, a shape-shifting apostle, naughty nuns, and chimeric prophets, the audience moves between the interrelated worlds of the narrating Hot Apostle’s congregation, and Isadora and her family’s homestead. This play offers a back-to-the-land, feminist, animistic theology set in a post-capital holy land. 

Object Movement Festival will take place March 20 — April 1, 2023, at The Center at West Park. More info soon!

 

AUGUST 2022

Very grateful to be a 2022 BRB Artist in Residence & develop my first short puppet film, Our bodies like dams, with Xuan Liu and Karen Loewy Movilla. 

RECENT

 

 

DECEMBER 2021

The Brick Presents: Sonntags wird gelogen Or We Only Lie On Sundays

Created by Leonie Bell with LOCAL GRANDMA

December 2 - 5 & 9 - 12, 2021

in-person at the Brick Theater

       

OCTOBER 2021

Collaborating with David Neumann as associate director + performer in The Saint and the Football Players at Mabou Mines. 

Part of Term 4 of the Midwife Circle from February - October 2021, developing a new trilogy of plays, Isadora the Baptist, as well as a short puppet-film, Our bodies like dams.

MARCH 2021

Presenting work-in-progress of QUEL SHOCK! or, it was a shock to face such hostile attitudes when I arrived with Julie J at Movement Research Open Performance (Virtual).

Presented via zoom March 16, 2021

FEBRUARY 2021

HONEY I'M HOME! OR DINNER THEATER FOR THE AMOROUS WRETCHED, as a part of Clubbed Thumb's Winterworks 2021. 

Directed by Leonie Bell

with Maria Camia, Rawya El Chab, Sarah Finn, & Mariel Sanchez

Livestreaming February 4 – February 6, 2021
Tickets available here!

SEPTEMBER 2020

TRASHBOT premieres at FringeArts (Philly Fringe) September 12 - October 3, 2020.

Created by Aysha Hamouda, Sarah Finn and Garvis-Giovanni Deval

Learn more here. 

JULY 2020

Virtual premiere of RE/BOUND, a series I curated for ArtYard featuring four short films about springing back, created in 10 days using paper, wire and water. Featuring Andrew Murdock, Rourou Ye, Robin Frohardt and Hyung Seok Jeon. 

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