Amy O’Neal is a modern dancer, choreographer and co-founder of performance group, “locust“, with composer and musician, Zeke Keeble. Based in Seattle, the group has performed all over the United States.
Music and video play a big role in their shows, but Amy shares a story about a time when she had to perform without any music, and the embarrassment that ensued.
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Music used in this story: “Whip My Hair” by Willow Smith.
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