A.T. is an artist and educator based in Wilmington, DE. She teaches studio and lecture-based courses at Washington College, where she directs the Dance Minor Program. She currently serves as the Associate Artistic Director for Same Story, Different Countries, a multidisciplinary research project and performance examining historical and contemporary racial issues in the United States and South Africa.
Since arriving in Delaware in 2013, A.T. has served on the dance writing team to revise assessments for the DE Department of Education and lead professional development workshops in Dance-Integration. She also serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Dance Education.
Collaborative interests have lead to co-founding TRANSForm Dance Collective and ongoing creative projects blending dance and other art forms. Most recently her work has been seen at the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, DuPont Environmental Education Center, and Triskelion Arts in NYC, and at the University of Cape Town, in South Africa. In 2017, she
was awarded a Choreography fellowship through the Delaware Division of the
As a performer, A.T. danced in New
York and Philadelphia, working with choreographers Myra Bazell, Tania Isaac, Stephan Koplowitz, Philadanco II, Mary Anthony, Donald McKayle, and the Sokolow Dance Foundation.
She holds a BA in Dance from Radford University and an MFA from the University of Oregon.
Photo credit: Angie Gray