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1414 East Denny Way #5
Seattle, WA, 98122


Our company is driven by the idea of mythologizing the experience of our senses; creating performances and visual art that challenge the viewer's perception of time and perspective as well as allowing our work's intention to be spacious enough for empathetic experiences to emerge. Our work realizes and exists in the state of liminality- the sense of being 'in-between'. By working across different disciplines, we filter our sensual experiences into the mediums that best embodies a facet of the myth our overall concept is based on.

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Amiya Brown

Lighting Design
BeginAgain, Clear and Sweet, eleven.

Amiya Brown is Lighting and Visual Designer based in Seattle, WA. She holds a Masters Degree in Theatrical Lighting Design from the University of Washington. Designing nationally and internationally for Theatre, Dance, and Opera, she specializes generative performance productions.  Her work has been presented at The Baryshnikov Performing Arts Center (NYC), The Jocye SOHO (NYC), The Kasser Theatre (Montclair, NJ), On the Boards (Seattle, WA), The Moore (Seattle, WA), REDCAT (Los Angeles, CA), Yerba Buena Cultrual Arts Center (San Fransisco, CA), ODC (San Fransisco, CA), The Guthrie Theatre (Minneapolis, MN), The Kohler Arts Center (Sheboygan, WI), Maui Center for the Arts (Maui, HI) Miami Light Project (Miami, FL), The Della Nuova Danza Roma (Rome, Italy), and Theatre Le Quai (Angers, France) among others. She received a Gypsy Rose Lee Award in 2012 for her work on The Skriker (Janet Findley Production) and designed lights for Pat Graney's Bessie award-winning production Girl Gods. Long-standing collaborators include zoe|juniper, Amy O’Neal, Kate Wallich + The YC, KT Niehoff, Alice Gosti, and Kyle Loven. She recently joined the faculty at Seattle University teaching Theatrical Lighting Design and Light as Art. For information and contact please visit


Evan Christian Anderson

Clear and Sweet 
Lighting Design Associate
Clear and Sweet, BeginAgain 
Lighting Design 
When we were kings

Evan Anderson is a lighting designer for theatre and dance and a musician.  In and around Seattle he has worked with ACT Theatre, On The Boards, Book-It Repertory Theatre, Seattle Public Theatre, the UW School of Drama, Washington Ensemble Theatre, Velocity Dance Center, among others.  He is a company member of CabinFever and he currently resides on Bainbridge Island.  He is a graduate of the University of Washington.  


Julian MartleW

Sound Design
BeginAgain, Clear and Sweet

Julian Martlew is a musician, composer, audio technician and radio announcer in Seattle. 

Recent projects include:
Audio - mixing a live radio broadcast of Sub Pop artists Mudhoney from the roof of the Space Needle at Seattle Center. 
Composition - music based on Tarot cards for choreographer Catherine Cabeen's work Fire, commissioned by On the Boards.
Live Performance - slide guitar for choreographer Paige Barnes work Naked. Voice - imaging and underwriting for KEXP FM 90.3 Seattle.  


 Morgan Henderson

BeginAgain, A Crack in Everything,
Kate & Zoe, There ain't no easy way out,

the devil you know...

Morgan Henderson is the former bassist of the post-hardcore band The Blood Brothers and the indie rock band Sharks Keep Moving, the current bassist in the post-punk band Past Lives, and a multi-instrumentalist with Seattle-based folk-pop group Fleet Foxes and Seattle based folk group The Cave Singers. Henderson has also been credited for playing a range of keyed instruments, including piano, accordion, and a Nord II synthesizer. As with the other former members of The Blood Brothers, he grew up in the eastside suburbs of Seattle, attending high school with his bandmates in the late 1990s when the band originally formed.


Christine Meyers

BeginAgain, Clear and Sweet

Christine Meyers is a Costume, Set and Production Designer and Cinematographer who creates for opera, theatre, dance and film across the United States and Europe. You can see her work at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's The Tempest and the upcoming indie film The Bhakti Boy.  Past productions include Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme at the Cornish Playhouse, Seattle Repertory Theatre’s Circle Mirror Transformation, This and Speech and Debate; and the earlier Peter PanThe Highest Tide, and The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears at Book-it Repertory Theatre, Twelfth Night and Julius Caesar at Seattle Shakespeare Company, as well as The Imaginary Invalid at Portland Center for the Performing Arts. Film credits include the 48hour film short Lethal Cotillion (2008 Cannes Film Festival), and the indie short Medicine Wheel.  She created dissolving dresses and special effects for Alice in Chains’ 2009 video Lesson Learned.  Her work with HandelFestival in Gottingen, Germany, included draping on Orlando, which was brought to Drottningholm Palace, Sweden.  





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Ana Maria Lucaciu was born in Bucharest, Romania. After graduating from the National Ballet School of Canada she joined Canada’s National Ballet and went on to dance with the Royal Danish Ballet, Augsburg Ballet (Germany), The Portuguese Contemporary Dance Company (Lisbon) and most recently, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet in New York, where she danced for seven years. Lucaciu has performed and created works with contemporary dance's foremost choreographers, including Ohad Naharin, Crystal Pite, Hofesh Shechter, Jiří Kylián, Alexander Ekman, Jo Stromgren, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, and many others. Holder of a BFA in dance from Empire State College, she collaborates and performs with a wide range of artists and companies, and freelances as a dancer and choreographer in her own right. Ana Maria teaches ballet, contemporary, and improvisation workshops at professional programs and dance companies across the US and Europe. Lucaciu currently assists Swedish choreographer Alexander Ekman with new creations and stages his work around the world.

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Troy Ogilvie has danced for and collaborated with choreographers Andrea Miller (Gallim Dance), Sidra Bell, Gabriel Forestieri, Idan Sharabi, Itzik Galili, Shannon Gillen, Margie Gillis, Austin McCormick, Patricia Noworol, and Harumi Terayama; theatre company Punchdrunk; director Peter Sellers; and The Metropolitan Opera. Most recently, she performed as Lady Macbeth in Punchdrunk's Sleep No More (2013-2015). Troy has been working as a solo artist since 2008, performing solos by Sidra Bell, Itzik Galili, Margie Gillis (as a member of The Legacy Project/Le Projet Heritage), Shannon Gillen, Austin McCormick, Andrea Miller, Idan Sharabi and Harumi Terayama. Additionally, Troy is a founding collaborator and faculty member of the Movement Invention Project (Artistic Director Alexandra Wells) and Assistant to the Artistic Director of Springboard Danse Montreal. She is also one of Dance Magazine's 2011 25 to Watch and a BFA recipient form The Juilliard School. 

Photo by Renata Almeida

Photo by Renata Almeida



Navarra Novy-Williams was born in New York City and received her early training from Elaine Kudo and Buddy Balou. She graduation from The Juilliard School with a BFA in Dance in 2006. She has since danced with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal (2006 - 2009), The Batsheva Ensemble (2009 - 2010), and Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet (2010 - 2015). She is currently freelancing in NYC, working with The Metropolitan Opera Ballet, Manuell Vignoulle M/Motions, and teaching Gaga. She is excited to be joining zoe | juniper for the creation of Clear & Sweet

Photo by Juniper Shuey

Photo by Juniper Shuey



Originally from Michigan, USA, Dominic received his B.F.A from The Juilliard School in 2006. After his studies he joined La La La Human Steps (2006-09) under the direction of Edouard Lock for the production "Amjad". He then spent some time as a guest with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal before joining Nederlands Dans Theater in December of 2009. At NDT he had the opportunity to work with Crystal Pite, Johan Inger, Jiri Kylian, Sol Leo and Paul Lightfoot as well as several other choreographers. Following his time at NDT, he joined Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar, and toured internationally as a member of their company L-E-V, and is now working as a freelance artist. 




Ariel Freedman earned her BFA at The Julliard School, where she was a recipient of the Martha Hill Prize. After graduating, she performed with AszURe & Artists, Mikhail Baryshnikov's Hell's Kitchen Dance, and David Parker and The Bang Group. She danced with the Batsheva Ensemble for two seasons and with the Batsheva Dance Company for three. She teaches Gaga, the movement language of Ohad Naharin, and has performed with Crystal Pite's Kidd Pivot, Motley Dance, Keigwin + Company, the Troupe, Helen Simoneau Danse, Noa Zuk, Idan Sharabi and Dancers, Talia Beck, and Roy Assaf.


eleven, beginagain Clear & sweet,
we are kings, we were.

Kim Lusk has worked with zoe | juniper since 2012 as a performer, rehearsal director and currently as Rehearsal + Choreographic Assistant. She is a choreographer based in Seattle, and her work has been presented by Velocity Dance Center, Bumbershoot, and the Seattle International Dance Festival. She has also performed with Peggy Piacenza, Corrie Befort and Britta Joy Peterson.
She holds a degree in dance from Connecticut college. 



Christiana Axelsen, Diana Deaver, Eloise DeLuca, 
Ezra Dickinson, Thomas House, Britt Karhoff, Raja Feather Kelly, 
Jim Kent, Erin McCarthy, Alexander Pham, Allison Sale, 
Anna Schon, Cory Scott-Gilbert, Randall Smith, 
Shannon Stewart, Harumi Terayama,
Allison VanDyke, Kate Wallich



Robert Aguilar - Lighting Design ( A Crack in Everything)
Erik Andor - Costume Design (A Crack in Everything, Kate & Zoe)
Celeste Cooning - Scenic Design (BeginAgain)
Greg Haines - Composer (A Crack in Everything)
Kamran Sadeghi - Sound Design (The devil you know...)
Matt Starritt - Sound Design (A Crack in Everything)
Jessica Trundy - Lighting Design