Choreographer: Laurie Dodge
Dancers: Laurie Dodge, Yang Liu
Lighting Designer: Dylan Uremovich

Laurie Dodge

Laurie Dodge is a professional dancer, teacher, choreographer, director and studio owner based in Maryland, USA. She is a company member of several DC based companies, including  Revision Dance Company, and Xing Dance Theater, and has most recently performed with the internationally recognized company Christopher K Morgan and Artists. She has been training in dance for 17 years, began choreographing and teaching 7 years ago, and has been a full-time teacher and director for the past 5 years.  

The Wild, Being  
Choreographer: Shawn Stone
Lighting Designer: Dylan Uremovich

Shawn Stone

Born and raised in small town rural Iowa, Shawn was a self-taught gymnast until the age of 12 when he began competitive USAG gymnastics. At the age of 16 he began his own program teaching tumbling at a local dance studio in his community, as his own gym was 100 miles away. Shawn became a four-time letter winner in NCAA gymnastics for the University of Iowa while obtaining his BA in Studio Art and Communication Studies (2005). He began his professional performing career in 2006 as an acro/dancer in the world famous Folies Bergere at the Tropicana in Las Vegas. He then performed in Cirque de la Mer (’07, ’09, ’10) as well as Riptide (’07) at Sea World, San Diego where he did flying trapeze, Chinese poles, tumbling, dance and character work. At the peak of his acrobatic career, Shawn performed in Le Reve, The Dream created by Franco Dragone at Wynn Las Vegas (’10 – ’13). At Le Reve he was an aerial soloist along with disciplines in aerial harness, acrobatics, swimming, diving, hand-balancing, character work, banquine, dance, and partner work. 

Time Flowing Under The Moonlight
Choreographer: Bruce Yongchul, KIM
Lighting Designer: Dylan Uremovich 

Bruce Yongchul, Kim

Bruce Yongchul, KIM is a choreographer and teaching artist based in South Korea. He holds a B.A. in Dance from KeiMyung University, a M.A. in Dance and a Ph.D. from Sejong Graduate School University. He currently is the Artistic Director of SEOP Dance Company, South Korea.

Seoul Future Dance Biennale Special Prize A Red, Red
The Korean dance award choice Best 5 A Man’s Requiem
The Korean dance critic Association choice Best 6 A Man’s Requiem
Performance and Review choice Choreography artist A Man’s Requiem
Choom Choom dot com choice Best work A Man’s Requiem
Korean Dance Festival/Excellent Work A wind with the no name
Korean dance award (Part of Solo&duet) choice Best 5 Black SalpuriPerformance&Review choice Excellent Repertory award A Man’s Requiem

Bingzhou Group 
Choreographer: Huiwang Zhang
Lighting Designer: Dylan Uremovich 

Huiwang Zhang

Huiwang Zhang began his theater career in Beijing where he worked with the People’s Republic of China’s pioneering underground Paper Tiger Theatre and China Opera & Dance Drama Theater. His conceptual bilingual research examines mass hysteria, 60s paranoia, and the materialization of ideology through the collective body. He received an MFA from Utah University and studied Choreography at Palucca Hochschule für Tanz Dresden under the mentorship of Katharina Christl. Since his relocation to the States, he has had the honor of working with people like Leah Cox, Jennifer Nugent, Sara Pearson, Patrik Widrig, and Stephen Koester, among others. He is currently a member of Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company.

Bodies. Water. Fire. 
Choreographer: Allen Chunhui Xing
Lighting Designer: Dylan Uremovich 

Allen Chunhui Xing

Allen Chunhui Xing, dancer and choreographer based in Baltimore, holds a BFA in Dance from Shanxi Academy of Arts, a M.Ed. from Salisbury University, and a MFA in Dance from University of Maryland. He is the Artistic Director of Xing Dance Theater, XDT Education, and City Dance Festival. He is a former member of Huajin Dance Drama Ensemble where he performed internationally. Recently, he has worked with several dance companies locally and performed as the soloist with Busan Korea Metropolitan Dance Company.

His work has been invited and selected to perform nationally and internationally including at the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Dance Gallery NYC, Peabody Spring Dance Showcase, Global Perspectives Festival, Maryland Dance Festival, Beijing Dance Festival, Japan SAI International Dance Festival, Finland International Gala, Mexico International Contemporary Dance Festival, Asian Contemporary Ballet Festival, and Seoul Choreography International Festival. Xing is the 2020 Maryland State Independent Artist Award awardee.