The Reach at
The Kennedy Center

The REACH is the first expansion at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in its 48-year history. Designed by preeminent architect Steven Holl The Reach is a home for non-traditional programming with an emphasis on active participation and access, the open, informal spaces.

Jacob’s Pillow

Arturo Garcia’s work “Here and Now” performed on the Henry J. Leir stage as a part of the festival’s Inside/Out series. This space is an outdoor stage with a panoramic view of the Berkshire Hills. The stage sets a unique and beautiful atmosphere with the natural sunlight coming through the canopy of trees draped over the space. were transformed through the natural elements of the space and the inspiring backdrop.

National Mall in Washington, DC

The Series Stand-Alone
This is a project that use the improvisation technique. We investigate movement dynamics and different points of balance. The use and application of dance techniques through improvisation is a tool which gives us the opportunity to combine our training and personal styles using the elements of intuition, imagination, weight and balance, and spontaneity..