PRODUCED BY LIZ SEXE DANCE
pursuit - in parts- impart (2017) took place at Olin Park on May 24th and May 25th. This production was a collaboration/shared show with Scratch Dance (Erica Pinigis) where Liz and Erica set a work on their own dancers and then the other's dancers. Memory: In Parts & Impart explored collective memory and was set on both Sexe Dancers and Scratch Dancers.
TWO: exploring duos (2016) took place at the Madison Circus Space on October 15th. Choreographers Kate Corby, Heidi Krause, Li Chiao-Ping, Maureen Janson, Liz Sexe, Marlene Skog, Collette Stewart and Lisa Thurrell each contributed works exploring the idea of duo. Liz has the pleasure to perform in seven of the works and share one duet of her own.
Living Among; Feeding Upon (2016) took place at the Madison Circus Space on June 3rd and June 4th.
ONE: an evening of solo dances (2016) was an evening of seven different solos choreographed by seven different choreographers produced by Liz Sexe Dance.
-ment (2015) was Liz Sexe Dance Companies first evening length production
2017 Memory: In parts & impart with live sound by Tim Russell
2017 Folding, Unfolding, Refolding with original music by Tim Russell
2016 Claw with original music by Tim Russell
2016 Chapter One with original sound design by Tim Russell
2015 -ment with original music by Timothy Russell.
2013 Wonder in the Familiar with original music by Timothy Russell.
2013 Climb solo with original music by Eric Sheffiled.
2013 Sleepy Faults sound design by Timothy Russell.
2012 Wound Up original music by Timothy Russell.
2012 …and me with music arranged by James Morrison and Joe Chindamo.
2012 Ursa Minor Project a collaboration with Timothy Russell part of ACDFA
2011 You Can Please Everyone with original music by Timothy Russell.
2011 Anthophilous: living among/feeding upon with original music by Luigi Marino and Joe Straub.
2010 Doors are Doors original music by Joe Straub, and set design by Joey Castor.
2010 Sighs Too Deep for Words music arranged by Sean Wesche and Paul Naughton.
2010 realTIME original music by Blaise Durose and projection by Liz Sexe.