Works by Choreographer Kristen Mangione are visceral and intelligent with an emotional depth 

Drawing from and often collaborating with visual artists, opera, the media, and theater, they address issues of humanity in an ever more dissociated world.


Our intention is to move our viewers intellectually and emotionally at the same time -  in seeing patterns, symmetries, and how things fit together all the while discerning feeling and meaning.

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Composer Robert Schumann’s song cycle “Dichterliebe” is retold as a choreographed dance opera in 16 short movements. It considers the universal theme of love and what if someone enters our lives and we are never the same again? The solo singer is woven through the work as both the protagonist and narrator of the poetry with the dance ensemble expressing both his inner and outer worlds of transformation.