ECHO is an interdisciplinary multi-dimensional dance performance that examines issues of race, identity, and the value of a black life on a global level. Traveling through the Caribbean Islands, South America, and the United States of America, the play explores the displacement of African Diaspora bodies during the Transatlantic Slave ­Trade. The play is divided into multiple vignettes: solos, duets, and trios that explore the complexity of trauma, healing and the intersectionality of a wounded psyche.

Writer, Dramaturge