On the Wretched Narrow (2019) – A relational evening-length solo work in which the dancer invites audiences to reflect and act upon topics including immigration, local politics, assimilation, whiteness, and privilege.
This excerpt of Qué gringa, que gringa was commissioned by The 2019 Commons Residency and Festival, a community-artist project by Carolina Performing Arts.
Megan began working on Qué gringa, que gringa in August of 2018. It is designed to become an evening-length interactive solo that incorporates action dialogue with commissioned choreography, and spontaneous composition (improvisation.) Upon completion, it will be presented for Spanish- and English-speaking audiences, only revealing its full form to bilinguals. The goal of the work is to increase dialogue between the two populations as a small-but-mighty antidote to our politically polarizing times.