Dance has the power to be an action of change.  It acts as a lens magnifying concepts through abstraction and physicality, translating intangible ideas into movement.  choreography decodes emotional content and viscerally affects those who experience it.

Resident choreographer Ms. Sefton's work is personal emotional and issue-based.  She offers audience members crafted experiences and creates purposeful visceral images where there is room for audience members opinions, perceptions and conclusions.  Each work is infused with a great deal of content, which leads to complex and dense choreography.

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Girl, Get Off

Premiere: Nate Holden Performing Arts Center, Los Angeles, CA  9017

Music:  Bryan Curt Kostors

 
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desiccated earth/California

Premiere:  Cowell Theater, San Francisco 2016

Music: Mark Hadley

Costumes:  Leslie Karten

 
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Memory Lapse

Premiere: Diavolo Performance Space, Los Angeles, 2015

Music:  Bryan Curt Kostors

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Werk Work

Premiere: Private Event, San Francisco, 2014

 

 
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More Please

Premiere:  Ann and Jerry Moss Theater, Santa Monica, 2014

Costumes:  Velwynn Yossy

 
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Bully

Premiere:  Peery's Egyptian Theater, Ogden, Utah, 2013

Music:  Mark Hadley

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Obviam Somes

Premiere:   ARC Pasadena, Pasadena 2011

Costumes:  Claire Townsend and Laurie Sefton

 
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I-5, Windmills

Premiere:  ARC Pasadena, Pasadena, 2011

Music:  Sasha Matson

Costumes:  Claire Townsend

 
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Out of Life

Premiere:  Highways Performances Space, Santa Monica 2009

Costumes: Ruth Fentroy

 

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This Facility is Being Monitored for Your Protection and Security

Premiere:  Highways Performance Space, Santa Monica 2009

costumes:  ruth Fentroy

 

 

 
   

 

 

 

Crawl Xipe Totec

Premiere:  Highways Performance Space, Santa Monica 2009 - Schoenberg Hall, UCLA, 1986