Breathing Under Water (2014) is a contemporary work for five dancers with a compelling abstract electronic score by composer Jason Beaudreau. The work is an expression of the ebb and flow of life, a pushing against or flowing with the tide.
Diverge (2016) is a response to Bryce’s move to NYC and inspired by our relationships to each other and to nature in a digital age. The work explores the walls we build that separate us from each other and asks us to consider how we can maintain empathy and personal connection in a time that seems to encourage disconnection, political extremism, and multi-tasking.
Shift (2017) explores the concepts of care taking and control. It explores how our actions impact others, dependent relationships, and group mentality vs individual expression. It examines dependency and assertions of independence related to illness.
Waiting in the Rain (2015) is a duet that explores a dysfunctional, co-dependent relationship and what it means to walk away while integrating lessons learned and building a new sense of self.