Bea Cordelia - poet, dancer
Andy Slavin - choreographer
Jason Jackson - dancer
Samantha Westerling - video editing
performed at The Fly Honey Show, Year 8
powered by The Inconvenience
created, directed, & choreographed by Erin Kilmurray
produced by Missi Davis
written by Mary Williamson & Shannon Matesky
music directed & composed by Jon Cicora
curation by Joe Varisco & Molly Brennan
full show credits available here
From a photo shoot with Matthew Gregory Hollis of The Obsessive Eye.
My poem "Shower" from my multimedia performance piece The Cosmic Body, developed at the University of Chicago Performance Lab through Salonathon.
I developed The Cosmic Body, a 45-minute multimedia installation composed of video, poetry, performance art, ritual, and physical objects in a University of Chicago Performance Lab residency in Summer 2016. This is a still from the public showcase at the end of the summer, courtesy Matthew Gregory Hollis.
Performing my original poem "Something Good" with choreography by Andy Slavin, featuring Jason Jackson. Photo credit Glitter Guts.
An excerpt of my play SCHLUTT, currently in development, performed at Salonathon.
Reading an excerpt of my chapbook 28.06 // Dear Sylvia at Salonathon. Photo courtesy Eric L. Kirkes.
A dance/poetry collaboration with the fabulous Jacinda Ratcliffe, in which she choreographed a piece for four dancers to my poems "Ways I Want to Be Kissed" and "Ways I Want to Be Kissed Part II," written three and a half years apart from each other. The dancers are Jenny Halpern, Iris Hsu, Sam Riese, and Marisa Shimano.
My autobiographical play has been described by several as "a religious experience."
photography credit to Connie Wang from the Daily Northwestern
I have been honored to tell the stories of my community at this incredible monthly event on several occasions.
photography credit to Emily Panci
The Dojo is a creative, forward-thinking DIY performance venue and collaborative space in Pilsen.
photography credit to The Dojo
I've had the pleasure of performing three years running at this annual event put on by the NU Queer Pride Graduate Student Association.
photography credit to the NUQPGSA