Bay Area director/choreographer Lenora Lee describes how she created “In the Skin of Her Hands” by gathering interviews with breast cancer survivors and combining them with contemporary and aerial dance.
Hahna Briggs, cofounder of GASP! Dance Collective, which provides inclusive dance for people with and without disabilities in Dunedin, New Zealand, shares how GASP! got started, how it’s organized, and how it might evolve in the future.
Deirdre Morris, director of Earthdance, examines all the ways she has succeeded, failed, picked herself up, and kept going as she’s made her life in dance.
Raisa Punkii, a San Francisco-based dance artist from Finland, defines the ways she has “made it” in dance on her own terms.
After sustaining a serious injury, Bay Area dance artist Rebecca Morris assesses her past and future through the lens of “making it” in dance.