April 19, 2021

Molly Roy

Molly Roy is a dancer, choreographer, and information professional based in Austin. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Performance as Public Practice at the University of Texas.

Creating a studio – and livestream — of his own, dance artist Michael J. Love taps through the pandemic

An at-home studio wasn't viable for the tap dancer as a pandemic alternative.

Traversing the virtual realm, choreographer Erica Gionfriddo imagines new possibilities

It is a Tuesday morning, countless weeks into stay at home orders, and I am pivoting around my living room floor, being challenged to look at, and really see,...

Frank Wo/Men Collective’s Maximization

  “I don’t know if you’ve ever been in a room where 60-plus cans of soda are opened at the same time, but that is a trippy experience,” says Chris...

Transformer: Dancemaker Jennifer Sherburn goes new places

  Choreographer Jennifer Sherburn has had her mind in the gutter— in the space between two panels in a comic book, that is. “I got super fascinated by the gutter,” Sherburn...

Archiving Black Dance: Gesel Mason Preserves, and Dances, the Work Of African American Choreographers

Dancer and choreographer Gesel Mason never set out to be an archivist, but for the past 20 years, she has embodied an archive. “Over time I just started collecting these...

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