Gabrielle Thomas, a choreographer at Atamira Dance Company in New Zealand, discusses how her choreography draws upon her Māori worldview and how motherhood and living in a small town inform her process.
Maaka Pepene, a Māori dance artist in Aotearoa/New Zealand, describes how his background on the streets and in the military inform his values and choreographic approach.
Katherine Disenhof is the woman behind Dancing Alone Together, a website for virtual classes, performances and creative prompts being offered during the coronavirus pandemic. She shares how the website has grown and what she foresees is the future of digital dance.
Jess Martin, a dancer and choreographer in Chicago, Illinois, describes their road to becoming a choreographer as well as why they believe in increasing representation and opportunities for people who are LGBTQ and have a disability.
Jesse Bie, director of San Francisco’s STEAMROLLER Dance Company, reflects on his career and how queer and Asian American representation has evolved since he started working in the 90s.