"TRANSPOSITIONS: OVER MANY MILES" was created in response to the Paula Crown installation created specifically for 39th St. and NE 1st Ave in the Miami Design District. Paula's vision was to create a space for people (of all ages) to come together and play ; all the while she came up with this idea during a helicopter flight way up in the sky. So the audience-immersive dance was created to recreate the carefree feeling of flight and play. 


"Goddess Pele" was created specifically at Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, for the 2017 month long 'FIRE FESTIVAL' produced by Tigertail. The solo performance is an homage to the fierce Hawaiin goddess of fire Pele. The dance brings you into the dual nature of her spirit, mirroring the path of destruction and rebirth.


"Mira El Mar" is a piece that mirrors a meditation on  today's looming climate-change rising waters. The buttoh inspired dance takes the audience forward 75 years into Miami's future, where rising sea levels and climate change have transformed the city. In this site-adaptive performance, we see two women adapt to a new environment and struggle to survive their new home.

Photographer: Pioneer Winter Collective  l  © 2017 Alma Dance Theater