2020-2021 SEASON

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Finding Ways to Move Together

devised and directed by
Daniel Burkholder & Kimani Fowlin
created in collaboration with and performed by
Mair Culbreth, Rita Higgins, Tisiphani Mayfield,
Sarah Moore, Monica Rodero, and Dan Schuchart
also created in collaboration with
Becca Bisbee and Kelly Radermacher-Butts
with original music by
Alvin Hill
(Learn more about the artists...)

An exploration of the #metoo and #blacklivesmatter landscape, EMBODIED TRUTH: FINDING WAYS TO MOVE TOGETHER examines parenting through the lenses of gender and race. This work draws on the stories of the performers - all parents themselves - combining dance, spoken word, and storytelling to honor the blessings and burdens of being a parent.

This production will be presented as an online video dance, available to stream on-demand via Vimeo from November 13th, 2020 to February 7th, 2021. (Run-time is approximately 30 minutes.)

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Join Embodied Truth directors Kimani Fowlin and Daniel Burkholder for this workshop as we examine race and gender through the lens of parenting. More...

Friday, February 5, 2021 @ 7:00 - 8:30 PM CST
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This event will be held virtually via Zoom, which is free to download and use for desktop or mobile.


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March 12th-14th


March 19th - April 11th


devised and directed by
Andrew Coopman
created in collaboration with and performed by
Aria Caldwell, Ashley Retzlaff-Rogaczewski,
Benjamin Neumayer, George Lorimer, Julia Gorodo,
Kayla White, Maria Rojkova, and Nivedita Joshi
with design by
Sarina Shane
and stage management by
Emily Lafrenière

When the world forces us into isolation with only social media to connect us, how do we come together when we feel the most far apart? Where does reality meet truth, and when does it matter? THE SOCIAL DIVIDE is an interdisciplinary devised online performance piece deep-diving into social media, relative truth, and the relationships between them and us. #nofilter

This production will be presented as a live online performance on the following dates:

  • Friday, March 12th @ 8:00 PM CST

  • Saturday, March 13th @ 8:00 PM CST

  • Sunday March 14th @ 4:00 PM CST

It will also be available to stream on-demand via Vimeo from March 19th to April 11th.



devised and directed by Zach Schorsch

THUNDER DOMESTIC brings interactive narrative format to a performance setting. Creating multiple timelines of material based on tropes and traumas found in the family unit, audiences and performers choose the path that each night’s onstage family experiences. We all have made choices with loved ones that surprised us, hurt us, haunted us, and bound us; so, too, does each performance feature choices made together to create unique experiences.