Entire performance from Sandbox theatre

Written by Katharine Rauk
Choreographed by Sarah LaRose-Holland
Danced by Jenny Sung, Ashley Narum, and Renee Guittar
Written by Suzanne Bailie
Choreographed by Sarah Jabar
Danced by Sarah Jabar
Written by Ryan Hill
Choreographed by James Kennedy
Danced by James Kennedy
Written by Jules Nyquist
Choreographed by Winding Sheet Outfil
Music by Megan Campbell Lagas
Danced by Amber Bjork, Kristina Fjellman & Megan Campbell Lagas
Written by John Patrick Bray
Choreographed by Lauren Anderson
Danced by Lauren Anderson
Recited by Andrew Sass
Written by Dana Elkun
Choreographed by Derek Meyer
Danced by Derek Meyer
Written by Heidi R.C. Kraay
Choreographed by Karen Gullikson
Danced by Karen Gullikson
Written by Rachael Stanford
Choreographed by Mark Benzel, Peter Heeringa and Theo Langason
Danced by Mark Benzel, Peter Heeringa and Theo Langason
Recited by Megan Campbell Lagas
Written by Michael Fixel
Choreographed by Evie Digirolamo & Jeesun Choe
Danced by Evie Digirolamo & Jeesun Choe
Written by John T. Trigonis
Choreographed by Jordan Klitzke
Danced by Megan Bridges, Renee Guittar and Joe Crook
Music “Cottonheads” by Caravan Palace
Written by Melanie Garber
Choreographed by Robert Borman
Danced by Robert Borman
Recited by Theo Langason
Percussion by Charlie Landa
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A loss, my art, thoughts

My poetry piece was perform today at sandbox theatre. The timing of this poem, which explores the paradoxical nature of beautiful in the regeneration death, is fitting with changing of the seasons and my personal life.

This week, I lost one of my closest relatives, my aunt who was a second grandmother. As a writer, I have found my craft has failed me, that no words could describe my the selfishness and sorrow in loss, or the gratitude that I had 27 years with her.

And that, though it is past the performance, and now my art lives on through a share experience, I would like to dedicate this to you my aunt, my wonderful angel, now home.