inHABIT is a multimedia dance incubator that culminates as a dance-event on the Razorback Greenway Trail in Northwest Arkansas. inHABIT celebrates local queer artists and initiates dialogue around ecological attunement and regional accessibility of performance art. The project engages practicing artists and a community cast selected through invitation and open-call. inHABIT is a performance that is structured as a game, intentionally distributing agency amongst its players, opening space for dialogue and disrupting conventional ideas around dance, especially boundaries between audience and performers. inHABIT is an opportunity to explore how we express ourselves in relationship with our place and our community.
Heidee Lyn Alsdorf (she|they) is a dance-theatre artist from Northwest Arkansas. Heidee holds a BFA in Dance from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and an MFA in Physical Theatre from Accademia dell’Arte (IT/DE/CZ). They are a somatic practitioner with a certificate in Embodied Social Justice from Transformative Justice and certification in Dry Massage Therapy from Oligenesi (IT). Heidee’s artistic work is largely defined by collaborative, sight-specific performance art. They have had the privilege of creating works with Flyover Dance Collective (USA), Novel Creative Movement (USA), TeeBoDans (USA), Broken Jump Theatre
(IT), Spazio Seme (IT), and several independent choreographers such as Giorgio Rossi and Isabel Lewis. They have presented dance at Collaborative Arts Lab (IT), Creative Spaces NWA (USA), CACHE Studios (USA), TheaterSquared (USA), Arkansas Arts Academy (USA) CRISISArts Festival (IT), and Spettatori Erranti La Festa (IT).