Through collaborative and community oriented processes, Ilana Morgan creates dance works and theatre projects for a variety of audiences, performers, and spaces.
Choreographed Denton Theatre's community production of Something Rotten!
Choreographed Denton Theatre's community production of Beauty and the Beast.
A devised dance and theater work exploring the concept of loss as gathered from student and community interviews in collaboration with Dr. Noah Lelek.
A dance and music collaboration with two community dancers over the age of 65, an international composer, and musicians. Composer: Sungji Hong, Pianist: Anatolia Ioannides, Flutist: Elizabeth McNutt. This work, in conjunction with and in response to Fort Worth’s Modern Art Museum and Laurie Simmons exhibition, creates a meditative landscape exploring moments of women’s resistance, folding and unfolding, brokenness, invisibility, and reawakening.
A collaborative production for TWU’s Theatre Department with TWU and UNT students.
A dance/theater devised work exploring the concepts of identity, place, and belonging of Denton community members and TWU dance and theater students. This work weaves stories and movement of participants to create an evening length performance, was funded by a TWU School of the Arts grant and was performed as part of the ArtsWalk at TWU.
A solo choreographed and performed in collaboration with Microsoft Kinect Xbox Controllers, computer synthesis, and flutist. Dr. Jason Fick (composer) and Dr. Kimary Fick (flutist).
Performance and structured improvisation with Microsoft’s Kinect Xbox controller and live video feed. Sound score and computer programming by Dr. Jason Fick. This work builds upon imagery from a past project entitled Swimming.
Solo performance and choreography for still camera, a crowded house of antiques, and a field. This study of character and place, in collaboration with photographer Brent Hirak, was presented via internet gallery.
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