Invisible: Imprints of Racism
An hour-long piece that has toured across the country with the support of the National Endowment for the Arts that lyrically explores the embedded emotional challenges of overcoming racism in America. The work continues to tour and each performance is followed by a facilitated discussion with the audience.
Shift mixes Bach with East Coast hip hop, utilizing the work of the company’s modern dancers, poppers, and krumpers. Counterpoint, canons and improvisations give audiences a direct experience of how iconic cultural differences can be both celebrated for their singularity and common ground
The beheard.world troupe performs on a basketball court in the Franklin Field Public Housing Development in Dorchester, MA. The company continues to perform in underserved neighborhoods as it tours, always partnering with local organizations to help support community-building.
Sample the additional breadth of beheard.world’s performances on stages and in public spaces in this short clip, featuring artistic direction from Anna Myer and generative collaborations with the company’s nine dancers and three poets.