Choreographer, Lori Yuill, has been engaged in making dances for the past two decades. Her most recent work “Still Life” was commissioned by the Pilot Dance Project and performed as part of the Houston Fringe Festival (2020). She has made a number of site specific works including “Green Zebras: Moringa Madness” which was performed at urban farm, Finca Tres Robles (2018-2019), and “Refraction” which was performed at the Houston Kite Festival as a part of the installation “Color Bursting Hermann Park” (2018). In addition to making dances for specific spaces, Yuill has made several evening length works for the stage including “The Remembering Happens” made during a residency at Rice University in 2016. Her work includes ongoing research into the in-between spaces: the space between narrative and abstraction, choreography and improvisation, and between performance and rehearsal.