2022 Marcus Artist-in-Residence: Lecture Demonstration with RESILIENCE Dance Company
RESILIENCE Dance Company presents a lecture-demo event as part of the Marcus Residency through Washington University Performing Arts Department. Join us as the company dancers perform excerpts from our upcoming full-length work, exploring how our experiences of memory affect our present, lived selves. In addition, witness and partake in collaborative
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Emily Haussler is the Founder and Director of RESILIENCE Dance Company. Since founding the company in 2019, Emily has choreographed two full-length works (Stanzas & Sculptures, Making Room), directed two dance film projects (There are No Rules, Collective Realities), and produced several professional and community dance events. Artistically, Emily’s work focuses on finding visceral human connections through embodied empathy, vulnerability, and honesty. Most often she creates collaboratively, drawing on her dancers’ voices in addition to improvisational, modern, and contemporary techniques. Emily holds a B.A. in Dance and Biology from Washington University in St. Louis (2018) and has danced professionally with Common Thread Contemporary Ballet (2017) and Emily Duggins Dance (2019), and as a Trainee for both Nashville Ballet (2018) and Big Muddy Dance Company (2019). Outside her company, her works have been shown at EXCHANGE Choreography Festival and independently produced at the Looby Theater in Nashville, TN. Emily also teaches master classes to university students and organizes mental heath and dance workshops, both of which feed her passion for community work.
The Marcus Residency is made possible by a fund established by the late Dr. Morris D. Marcus in memory of his wife, Margaret.