Magazine St. #22

Presented: July 2016 Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival

Music: Max Richter, Michael Wall, Kronos Quartet, Terry Riley

Dancers: Meagan Bertelsen, Natalie Gotter, Severin Sargent-Catterton, Jennifer Weber

An evening length work featuring four female dancers reflecting on their individual experiences with gender based street harassment. 


fractals: 2

Presented: July 2018, November 2018

Music: Moomin, Neko Case, Chrome Sparks

Dancers: Meagan Bertelsen, Natalie Gotter

Exploring a number of themes, this work was created in a completely collaborative choreographic environment with all performers and technical elements being decided together with equal weight. Additionally, this work explores personal movement inhibitions that occur as a result of self perception of a social expectation. When two dancers inhabit a shared movement identity, how does the work develop and challenge them as individuals?

I Am Hers, She is Me, We Are Ours

Presented: December 2015 Hayes-Christensen Theater

Music: Kronos Quartet, Terry Riley

Dancers: Meagan Bertelsen, Molly Cook, Christine Glidden, Sobrina Serassio

A piece created for four female dancers exploring different types of relationships women have with each other and how these relationships continuously grow and change.

    ​​​Natalie   Gotter

day one, or 21, or 28

Presented: April 2016 Marriott Center for Dance

Music: Frederic Chopin, Typhoon

Dancers: Molly Cook, Christine Glidden

A duet exploring how a close relationship between women facilitates questions of physical appearance and worth.

By Together, Sincerely

Presented: December 2016 Hayes-Christensen Theatre

Music: Nina Simone, Yann Tiersen, Michael Wall

Dancers: Meagan Bertelsen, Molly Cook, Roxanne Lebenzon, Celeste Reed, Emma Sargent, Severin Sargent-Catterton

This thesis research highlights the uniqueness and importance of relationships between female identified bodies as a means to access questions of worth, agency, and ownership of personal experiences and how the act of creating choreography facilitates these discoveries.