Choreographers Colette Stewart and Liz Sexe, both on the instructional staff of UW-Madison’s dance department, presented Crossing Between, a shared show of their work. Sexe offers a reworking of –ment, a piece from 2012 “about becoming” which has grown from a duet to a quintet and is accompanied by Timothy Russell’s original sound score. Stewart premieres The Circumstance of Life and Death which explores humans’ fear of death and is inspired by the Buddhist concept of the Bardo.


Choreographers Colette Stewart and Liz Sexe, both on the instructional staff of UW-Madison’s dance department, presented Crossing Between, a shared show of their work. Crossing Between, a shared show of their work. Sexe offers a reworking of –ment, a piece from 2012 “about becoming” which has grown from a duet to a quintet and is accompanied by Timothy Russell’s original sound score. Stewart premieres The Circumstance of Life and Death which explores humans’ fear of death and is inspired by the Buddhist concept of the Bardo.


Liz Sexe Dance performs “Living Among; Feeding Upon” at Madison Circus Space in Madison, Wisconsin on June 3, 2016.
Beth Skogen Photography – www.bethskogen.com


Liz Sexe curated an evening of six different solos by six different choreographers at Gates of Heaven at James Madison Park in Madison, Wisconsin on January 21, 2016.
Beth Skogen Photography – www.bethskogen.com


Liz Sexe curated an evening of six different solos by six different choreographers at Gates of Heaven at James Madison Park in Madison, Wisconsin on January 21, 2016.
Beth Skogen Photography – www.bethskogen.com