Kristy Kennedy was a member of Toronto Dance Theatre for 10 seasons earning a Dora Mavor Moore nomination for Best Ensemble Performance before turning freelance, and has performed works by many of the country’s leading choreographers, both nationally and internationally. She has also performed in numerous dance films, features, shorts and music videos, as well as several collective theatre creations. Recently Kristy performed Mirror Staging the Seeing Place in LA, Vancouver, and Toronto, choreographed by Sasha Ivanochko and is a founding member of LA’s Good Troublemakers.
Kristy currently resides in LA and is developing her craft as a potter. Her work can be seen and purchased on her Instagram.
Alex is a songwriter, composer, vocalist/multi-instrumentalist, performer, multimedia artist and activist. An BFA/MFA graduate from California Institute of the Arts, he has performed with countless musical projects and is currently the frontman and songwriter for VATTICA, an alternative rock band from Los Angeles, CA.
from Oakland, California
educated at eugene lang and american university of paris
family of origin stories
queer theory + spaces
the sacred feminine
histories of communities of color
Cheyenne is an accomplished dancer, mover, multi-instrumentalist and martial artist (including Boxing, Tai Chi, Muay Thai and Capoeria Angola) with over 3 decades of experience. He developed the Primal Integrated Movement Practice, which takes the most effective principles from each form to craft a truly unique movement experience. He is also the frontman and lead singer for GLIFOS, a voodoo funk band from Los Angeles, CA.
Yvette (also known as Evee) is a Southern California native who has learned through life’s journey that she can’t live without dancing. She prides herself in being a jack of all trades (dance forms) and continues to fall deeper in love with dance and culture. She’s been grateful to work with Kai Hazelwood since 2012 and loves being a Good Trouble Maker!
Kat Sauma is an interdisciplinary artist focusing on movement & choreography. Their creative process aims to extricate binary thinking, embracing a non-hierarchical, queer mode of collaborating. Kat’s dance company S A U M A|mvmt is in its first year in Los Angeles & they are working on their first book of poetry.
Kate has been creating and collaborating with Kai and the gang for over three years. She moved from Chicago to LA to earn her bachelors of fine arts and has since then been creating, directing, and choreographing the web series Tales of the Universe. She dances all around the LA area and across the world.