Next Time, I’ll Take the Stairs (13th Floor Dance Theater)


Strangers Become Flowers (Paufve Dance)



The Broken Knife (13th Floor Dance Theater)

13th Floor “The Broken Knife” 2 min reel from Jenny McAllister on Vimeo.

The Emperor Jones (New City Company)


Misgivings (Paufve Dance)


Untitled I (PunkkiCo)

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Touch (DHPCo)

David Herrera Performance Company investigates families torn by deportation and the work of organizations such as United We Dream, which arranges for the children of deported men and women to reunite with their parents at the U.S./Mexico border.



Homo File (Eye Zen Art)

Seth Eisen premiers the full length version of his devised piece at CounterPulse during the Queer Arts Festival.

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(AXIS Dance)

Marc Brew premiered this new piece during the 2014 home season.
Lighting Design by Allen Wilner

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Excerpt from Soil (Paufve Dance)

Final solo from Randee Paufve’s latest evening length piece was showcased at The Lincoln Center during the 2014 APAP Conference.
Note: Original costume was custom painted for this showing.

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Year of the Snake (Peiling Kao)

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Photos by Carly Hoopes

(Paufve Dance)

Five costumes were designed for the premiere of Randee Paufve’s evening length group of solos.

Please click to view the full gallery of photos by Pak Han.

To Begin With the Ending Already in Sight
(Nina Haft)

Nina Haft premiered her latest work at Shawl Anderson Dance Center.

Performance Photos by Pak Han

The Stranger: part 1

David Herrera and Jean Johnstone unveil the company’s 6th home season at Dance Mission Theater.

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DHPCo 'the stanger' pt 1

DHPCo 'the stanger' pt 1 (4)

Photos by Marisa Aragona


USF Fall Dance Show (University of San Francisco)

Featuring Choreography by:
Megan Nicely, Scott Wells, Chris Black, & Nol Simonse

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Homo File(Seth Eisen)

Seth Eisen writes and directs an ensemble of multidisciplinary performers/artists/collaborators in his new Queer history performance project titled Homo File, chronicling the life of Sam Steward, (1909-1993).

The piece premiered in September 2012 after his artist in residency at CounterPulse.

Please Click to view photo gallery

(Pak Han Photography)

Costume Front

USF Spring Dance Show
(University of San Francisco)

Featuring faculty choreographers:
Natalie Greene, Sharonjean Leeds, Eli Nelson


David Herrera Performance Company embarks on their 5th home season.
April 13-15, 2012
Dance Mission Theater, SF

(Nina Haft & Company; Facing East Dance & Music)

Nina Haft and Sue Li Jue premier a shared evening at ODC Theater.
Production Photos by Pak Han

So I Married Abraham Lincoln
(Paufve Dance)

Randee Paufve’s company premiered an evening length piece at Dance Mission Theater.

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Edge of Inquiry (USF Dance Ensemble)

Choreographers: Malinda LaVelle, Catherine Galasso, Maxine Moerman, and Christian Burns

We Don’t Belong Here
(Little Seismic Dance Company)

Choreographed by Katie Faulkner
Multimedia by Micheal Trigili0
Cast Size: 20

Photos by Pak Han
Site: Yerba Buena Lane
Site: Union Square

Erie Lackawanna 

Choreographed by Kate Weare
Performed by Randee Paufve
Commissioned by Paufve Dance


(Little Seismic Dance Company)

Choreography: Katie Faulkner
Dancers: Mo Miner and Peiling
Sound: Eli Nelson
Costume Design: Keriann Egeland
Photography: Pak Han


The Maids
(University of San Francisco)

Director: Roberto Gutierrez Varea
Costume Design: Keriann Egeland

The Companion Piece
(Z Space)

Z Space presents a newly devised piece!

Conceived by Beth Wilmurt
Director: Mark Jackson
Actors: Chris Kuckenbaker, Jake Rodriguez and Beth Wilmurt
Costume Designer: Nina Ball
Costume Assistant: Keriann Egeland

The Companion Piece


Kinetic Reality (USF Dance Ensemble)

Choreography by Laura Arrington, Christy Funsch, Amie Dowling + Katie Faulkner, Jo Kreiter and Detour Dance


Andrew Lippa’s Wild Party (USF College Players)

Director: Joey Price
Choreography: Erica Shuch
Costume Design: Keriann Egeland
Cast Size: 18

*note: photo’s are taken without the female lead’s wig and one man not in costume

Re:Framed (The Story of Judith and Holofernes)
(USF PASJ Seniors)

Director: Jessica Baldwin
Movement Director: Courtney Cavagnero
Costume Design: Keriann Egeland
Cast Size: 6

(USF Dance Ensemble)

Choreography: Sharonjean Leeds
Costume Design: Keriann Egeland
Cast Size: 9

Trashy, Classy & Absurd: The Guide to Being a Woman in the 21st Century

Choreography: Keriann Egeland
Costume Design: Keriann Egeland
Cast Size: 3

Designed by Keriann Kelly Egeland


Man Alive

Directed by Amie Dowling, Natalie Green and Paul Flores
Costumes: Keriann Egeland
Cast size: 4



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  1. Pingback: An interview with Costumer Keriann Egeland and Choreographer Aura Fischbeck « Stance On Dance

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