Dorothy Dubrule’s choreography is frequently made in collaboration with people who do not identify as dancers and has been performed in spaces such as bars, clubs, galleries, sound stages and sports arenas in order to make dances accessible to new audiences. Engaging interdisciplinary collaborations to broaden her sense of what and where dance can be, her recent works include choreographic adaptations of the films Fatal Attraction andTerminator 2: Judgment Day, a performance installation with James Franco and Rabbit Bandini Productions, and a new media project with programmer Samson Klitsner. She is always looking for the choreographic residue on popular culture’s leftovers. Dorothy received her BA from New College of Florida and her MFA in Choreography from UCLA’s Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance.
Performed by: Jason Black
Sound by: Jarod Dyer