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.

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.



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. 


Choreography

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?




    ​​​Natalie   Gotter