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2007 Pew Fellow: Kate Watson-Wallace - Choreography Kate Watson-Wallace creates site-based performances that re-imagine everyday spaces. She choreographs for the spectator as well as the performer, taking the audience on intimate, human-scaled journeys through a row house, a parking lot, or a dance club. One may witness a contorted female solo in a bedroom closet or a combative duet in the back seat of a Chevy Caprice. Her current work American Spaces Trilogy began in a row home with the piece 'House,' will move to a car, and then to a store. Multiple collaborations with video artist Ricardo Rivera include 'House,' which had a sold-out run at the 2006 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe and a glowing New York Times review. Watson-Wallace has participated locally in Satores (Bulgaria) Lab/Exchange; Artists U; Dance Theater Camp; and nationally in Glenwood Springs Dance Festival, Colo. As a performer, she has danced as part of Jane Comfort and Company, New York; Group Motion, Philadelphia; and Carol Brown, Philadelphia and London, England. In 2006, Watson-Wallace was honored with two professional development grants from Dance Advance and a fellowship from the Pennsylvania Council of Arts. She is currently choreographer in-residence at Susan Hess Modern Dance and a dancer with Headlong Dance Theater, and Myra Bazel/Scrap Performance Group.
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