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Secondhand (2019)

Created while in residence at Studio 210 in San Francisco in 2018, this body of research incorporates an archive of prosthetic arms, spanning 21 years of growth. The line between what is real and what is artificial is blurred as the dancer explores the practical and abstract uses of her many arms. 

Choreographed and Performed by Julie Crothers


Studio 210, San Francisco, CA - July 27-28, 2018

8x8x8, Uptown Nightclub, Oakland, CA - Jan 24, 2019

PUSHfest, ODC Theatre, San Francisco, CA - Sept 21, 2019

Gibney Dance Center, New York City, NY - Oct 15, 2019

Eva Louise (2018)

Inspired by hundreds of love letters written to a young female heartthrob in the late 1940s, Eva Louise uses storytelling, luscious movement, and humor to bring to light the glamorous and sometimes tumultuous inner life of Eva Louise and her 11 lovers. Created as part of Joe Goode Performance Group's Feedback Program in Spring 2018.

In Loving Memory of Eva Louise Cope Crothers (1929-2017)

Choreographed and Performed by Julie Crothers


Joe Goode Annex, San Francisco, CA - Apr 28, 2018

Shawl-Anderson Dance Center Winter Salon, Berkeley, CA - Jan 13, 2019

CHOPSHOP: Bodies of Work, Bellevue, WA - Feb 16-17, 2019

Women in Dance Leadership Conference, Philadelphia, PA - Oct 18, 2019

Stranger Danger (2019)

With a cast consisting of 6 strangers who responded to the Craigslist ad "Performers Wanted for Dance Piece - No Experience Needed", Stranger Danger seeks to capture the beauty, strength, and vulnerability of this eclectic cast of performers. Bringing together a classically trained singer, herbalist, stunt performer, college student, environmental activist, and media artist, this work challenges audiences to think outside of the box in response to what is dance, who can dance, and why we need it. 

Choreographed by Julie Crothers, in collaboration with Greta Hadley

Performed by Chelsea Boyd Brown, Spencer Combs, Emily Parents, Alyssa Gordon, Chris O'Neill (chrisacrosstheworld), and Lindsey Dantes 

Premiered at the Merde Project, hosted by Kristin Damrow and Yikes Oakland, at Joe Goode Annex in San Francisco, Sept 5-6, 2019

This Could Be A Choking Hazard (2017)

This Could Be A Choking Hazard is a modern dance turducken. A meaningful work about loneliness, hidden inside child's play, wrapped up in something entirely absurd. Inspired by talk therapy, hundreds of tiny rubber animals, and the effort of not taking oneself too seriously.

Choreographed and Performed by Julie Crothers


MYST Art Salon, Berkeley, CA - May 22, 2017

Works in the Works, Western Sky Studios, Berkeley CA - Nov 19, 2017

Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, Berkeley, CA - Jan 18, 2018

Dance-A-Rama, Berkeley, CA - May 6, 2018

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