Gabrielle Revlock (creator and performer) is a dance-maker working out of Philadelphia and NYC whose work often depicts complicated but relatable interpersonal relationships using a vocabulary that embraces the pedestrian, abstracted by degrees. Described by the press as inventive, mesmerizing, and a gifted comedian, Revlock has performed in Japan, Netherlands, Singapore, Hungary, India, Russia, and across the USA. Her work has been supported by the Independence Foundation, a LAB Fellowship through FringeArts, PA Council on the Arts, SCUBA National Touring Network for Dance, Puffin Foundation, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, American Dance Abroad and the US Department of State. In 2018 she was named ‘Newcomer of the Year’ by tanz, the German journal of ballet, dance, and performance. In 2019, she was an Institute Fellow with the experimental theater company, Target Margin. As a dancer, she has performed for Lucinda Childs, jumatatu m. poe, Meg Foley, Susan Rethorst, Leah Stein, Christopher Williams, Vicky Shick, Bill Young, Jane Comfort, and is currently working on a project with David Gordon. Revlock is the creator of Restorative Contact, a mindful touch-based empathy practice as well as a practitioner and teacher of contact improvisation and experimental hooping. She created the online video So You Think You Can’t Understand Contemporary Dance?, a two-minute conversation with her favorite five-year-old which has 20.6K views and is the co-founder of The Apocalypse Dating Club, a group for people looking for love, sex, romance, flirtation, camaraderie and support during the global pandemic. More at GabrielleRevlock.com
Michele Tantoco (performer) is a performance artist and movement educator living in Philadelphia, PA since 2001. She has collaborated with many artists in Philadelphia and from around the world. Michele is dedicated to the experience and investigation of the human body through academia, performance, choreographic process, teaching, improvisation and play.
Shawn Kornhauser is a film & video maker living and working in West Philadelphia. He enjoys telling stories about people, drawing portraits of his friends, and walking his dog Rocco.