Everybody does everything in our creative process. Everyone writes, everyone dances, everyone sings, everyone acts. Often our creative process involves multiple “experiments” where we work to combine multiple images/ideas —through movement, text or both. We challenge the notion that the only thing worth seeing is the finished project–for us process is equally if not more important than the “finished” piece. This results in multiple versions of a piece, pushing toward a more authentic version of the work.
PE|Mo produced their own evening length performance of Anatomy of an Accident in 2015 for which they received a DANCE CRUSH award from SeattleDances. They’ve received funding from 4Culture and Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, the Flight Deck 2011 residency, LEAF (’11-’12) and FLOWER (’12 – ’13) Season residencies at Studio Current, a Project: Space Available 2013 residency, and was in residence at the Orchard Project 2014 in upstate New York, and Cornish Arts Incubator 2014.
Read more about our 2017-2018 work in progress of(f) center in our interview with Kaitlin McCarthy of SeattleDances here.
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HATLO is a collaborative queer theater artist who creates and facilitates new performance.
collaborators include: Rosa Vissers (as PE|Mo), Alice Gosti, Shontina Vernon, Markeith Wiley,
New Century Theater Company, Birthday Girl performance series, MKNZ, the Satori Group,
Intiman, Erin Pike & Courtney Meaker, Peter Dee, Kyle Loven, Jessica Jobaris, Washington
Ensemble Theatre, & Implied Violence. Hatlo has a BFA in Theater from Cornish and was part
of the 2016 Stranger Genius nominated creative team of Thatswhatshesaid.