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II. In Her Image

About

In Her Image

 

Choreographer

Thryn Saxon

in collaboration with the dancers

Music & Composers

I. Spiritus Sanctus Vivificans by Hildegard Von Bingen, Anna Sandstrom, and Christopher Monks

II. The Mover by Catnapp and Modeselektor

Costume Designer

Erica Johnston

Lighting Designer

Cheyenne Sykes

 

Audrianna Neustel (she/her)   

Carly Shraga (she/her)

Caroline Riley (she/her) 

Dani Silver (she/her)

Ellie McFarlin (she/her)  

Emily Roche (she/her)

Emily Smith (she/her)

Eve Krick (she/her)

Hattie Greene (she/her)   

Ingeborg Kolstad (she/her)

Julia Sheker (she/her)  

Kay Prescott (she/her)

Keara Gonzalez (she/her)

Kendall Smith (she/her)

Liv Hernandez (she/her)  

Madison Lem (she/her)

Margaux Nicolas (she/they)    

Natalia Arauz (she/her)

Paige Predes-Conklin (she/they)   

Tatum Sandlin (she/her)

 

Thryn Saxon is a dancer, teacher, and director of her NYC based company SAXYN Dance Works. Thryn has performed with Sleep No More, Kate Weare Company, Helen Simoneau Danse and is currently in her second season with Doug Varone and Dancers. Thryn’s choreography has been supported by residencies at The Baryshnikov Arts Center, The Croft in Horton Bay, MI, The Dragon’s Egg in Mystic, CT, Windhover Performing Arts Center in Rockport, MA, Peaceable Barn in Reading, CT, and Homeport Art House in South Thomaston, ME. She is also passionate about earth activism. Her first site-specific work entitled “Mother Tongue” was presented by NOoSPHERE Arts and CreateART at Kingsland Wildflowers as a part of the We Are Nature: Earth Ethics event for Climate Week NYC 2022. She also proudly works part-time at an eco-friendly essentials store in Astoria, Queens. In addition to dancing, teaching, and choreographing she acts as co-director with her mother Dale Andree of Homeport Art House, a rural dance residency in mid-coast Maine dedicated to art, community, and the environment. Saxon has been featured in interviews for DanceSpirit digital magazine, Arts Intercept, and {DIYdancer} Magazine. She also has extensive teaching experience at studios and universities including SUNY Purchase College where she is an adjunct professor, NYU, Gibney Dance Center, Peridance Capezio Center, Connecticut College, and Miami Arts Charter High School.