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FILMS

ROSES | EL SUEÑO

CHOREOGRAPHY | Alicia Mullikin

MUSIC | Roses by SAINt JHN
DANCERS | Olivia Anderson, Tessa Bañales, Elise Beers, Sean O’bryan, Omar Ramirez, Elise Walker

FILM | Devin Muñoz

LIGHTS | Tessa Bañales

PRODUCTION SUPPORT | Rich Bresnahan
Special Thanks to On The Boards

LA LÍNEA | EL SUEÑO

CHOREOGRAPHY | Alicia Mullikin + Dancers

MUSIC | Love on the Brain by Rhianna
DANCERS | Tessa Bañales + Sean O’Bryan

FILM | Devin Muñoz
LIGHTS | Meg Fox
Special thanks to eXit SPACE School of Dance

 

BAD BAD NEWS | extended

CHOREOGRAPHY/PRODUCER/EDITOR | Elise Walker

MUSIC |Bad Bad News by Leon Bridges

DANCER | Elise Walker

CAMERA OPERATOR | Taylor G. Philpott

RASQUACHERENCIAS | PRIMERA GENERACIÓN DANCE COLLECTIVE

CHOREOGRAPHY & PERFORMERS | Primera Generación Dance Collective- Alfonso Cervera, Rosa Rodriguez-Frazier, Irvin Manuel Gonzalez, and Patricia “Patty” Huerta

MUSIC | Cumbia by Luis Escamilla; La pava by Camilo Martinez ft Shango Dely

TEXT | Guillermo Gomez-Peña, Tomás Ybarra-Frausto, and Cherrie L. Moraga

VIDEOGRAPHER | Leo Rivas, Alfonso Cervera, Rosa Rodriguez-Frazier

VIDEO EDIT | Rosa Rodriguez-Frazier

 

GANGSTA’S PARADISE | EL SUEÑO

CHOREOGRAPHY | Alicia Mullikin + Dancers

MUSIC | Gangsta’s Paradise by Coolio

DANCERS | Olivia Anderson, Tessa Bañales, Rodrick Barnes, Lael Battiste, Ally Elliott, Daria Fisher, Ula Jun, Devin Muñoz, Omar Ramirez, Elise Walker
FILM | Staria Grubb

EDITING | Devin Muñoz

LIGHTS | Tessa Bañales
Special thanks to eXit SPACE School of Danc


EQUANIMITY

DIRECTOR/EDITOR | Lisa Kwak

CHOREOGRAPHY | Lisa Kwak in collaboration with Robbi A. Moore
MUSIC | Stay Strong by Make Room for the Kids 

DANCER | Robbi A. Moore

VIDEOGRAPHER | Devin Muñoz

PRODUCED BY | PRICEarts, N.E.W. InShop

Special Thanks to On the Boards 

 

LA CHINGONA | EL SUEÑO

CHOREOGRAPHY | Alicia Mullikin

MUSIC | La Chingona by Daniel Mullikin

DANCERS | Tessa Bañales, Elizabeth Sugawara, Elise Beers, Devin Muñoz, Melanie Katzen, Olivia Anderson

VIDEOGRAPHER | Alicia Mullikin

EDITING | Devin Muñoz + Alicia Mullikin

COLORIZATION | Brett Albritton

DRONE SHOTS | Elise Beers

LIVE

TELL MY FRIENDS I LOVE THEM

CHOREOGRAPHY | Mei Enoki

MUSIC |  Listen before I go by Billie Eilish, Who am I by Bazzi

SOLOIST | Mei Enoki

DANCERS | Darby Greene, Sophia Hume, Solaris Hsiao-Griffin, Meygha Kamath, Lucy Mayer, Audrey Pettibon, Marina Seigel, Ana Sieler, Ellie Walters

FILM | Devin Muñoz

MENTOR | Alicia Mullikin

CONFLICT Section 1. 1+2, Section 2. = You

CHOREOGRAPHY | Rodrick Barnes

MUSIC | Aluminum by Travis Lake, Conflict by Travis Lake, Solivagant by Travis Lake

DANCER | Rodrick Barnes

 

UNREAD MESSAGES

CHOREOGRAPHY | Amy J Lambert

MUSIC | Bad Reputation by Joan Jett, voice over by Amy J Lambert

DANCER | Amy J Lambert

 

LUNA NUEVA | EL SUEÑO

CHOREOGRAPHY | Alicia Mullikin + Dancers

MUSIC | 

DANCERS | Tessa Bañales, Rodrick Barnes

CONTRAST | EL SUEÑO

CHOREOGRAPHY | Tessa Bañales + Dancers

MUSIC | 

DANCERS | Ally Elliott, Margaux Gex, Hayley Keller, Desiree Kong, Devin Muñoz, Emily Vazquez

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Artists

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Alicia Mullikin

Alicia Mullikin is a first generation Mexican-American dance artist, educator, community organizer, and founder of EL SUEÑO. Her work weaves ancient and contemporary identities into physical manifestations by drawing from her rich cultural experiences and deep-rooted ancestral ties. Through all of her work, Alicia aims to empower historically marginalized communities and nurture the next generation of dance artists. As an educator with an M.A. in dance, Alicia engages in community dialogue and curriculum development to create more culturally relevant and equitable educational systems. For more info visit aliciamullikin.com or follow @el.sueno.dance on Instagram.

Tessa Bañales

Tessa Bañales (she/her), a Persian, Mexican American movement artist, and collaborator based in Seattle, WA. Tessa currently is a Stage Manager in theaters around Seattle, and is the Co-Artistic Director of PRICEarts N.E.W. Dance Company. Tessa works towards representing and empowering the communities around her, and bringing those stories to the forefront. She chooses to engage with companies like EL SUEÑO that aim to bring art and empowerment to marginalized communities. As a dancer in EL SUEÑO Tessa was able to mix her passion with her knowledge of backstage and dance to call attention to the stories of our past and the dreams for our future. 

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Devin Muñoz

Devin Muñoz is a dancer and multimedia artist based in the greater Seattle area. Since graduating Magna Cum Laude from Cornish College of the Arts in 2017, her work has been showcased in various performances around Seattle, including the premiere of the Seattle-based dance company El Sueño, and most recently, "These have bones; I’ve carried" for The Bridge Project 2023 by Nicole Cardona. Devin's multidisciplinary, community-based approach to capturing movement has led her to collaborate with a variety of local artists and businesses in the Pacific Northwest, such as TomboyX, PRICEarts, and KaisaFit to bring their vision to life. Devin aims to create purposeful archives for reflection and hopes to inspire others to do the same.

Elise Walker

Elise Walker fell in love with dance at the age of three. As a young adult she performed in two seasons of Seattle’s The Black Nativity from 2009-2010 – spending 2009 working with the late Kabby Mitchell III before completing her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Washington.

In the summer of 2016, Elise attended the Hubbard Street Dance Chicago intensive to further develop her choreographic process. She is honored to be a part of Luna Nueva and looks forward to sharing her love of creativity with this community.

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PRIMERA GENERACIÓN

Dance collective

 Primera Generación Dance Collective (PGDC) is a collaborative group based in L.A./ Riverside, California, and formed by four First Generation Mexican American artists: Alfonso Cervera, Rosa Rodriguez-Frazier, Irvin Manuel Gonzalez, and Patricia "Patty" Huerta. Focusing on the visibilization of Mexican American corporeality, loss, and joy through movement-based exploration, process, and performance, PGDC grounds their works in rasquachismo (resourcefulness), generating works that speak to their brown, working-class experiences. For more information please follow @primerageneraciondance & @showboxla

Rodrick Barnes

Rodrick Barnes is a Junior at Cornish College of The Arts. He has been dancing since he was 7 years old. He graduated from Kinder High School For The Performing and Visual Arts. Rodrick has worked and trained with Janie Carethors, Roderick George, Debbie Allen, Gage self, Justin Prescott, Kim Kelly, Harrison Guy, Derrell Moultrie, Michael Foley, Christian Warner, Elijah Gibson, Chip Abbott, Michelle Manzanales,Crystal Pite, Kurt Douglas, Maya Taylor, Sidra Bell, Zackary Tang, Ben Delony, Courtney D. Jones and many more. Rodrick won a Tomy Tune Award for best choreography in The Color Purple with Courtney D. Jones. He is also excited to continue his journey at Cornish College of the Arts.

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Lisa Kwak

Lisa Kwak (Duwamish Land, Seattle, WA) has danced works by Camille A. Brown, Etienne Cakpo, Gary Champi, Leslie Kraus, Rachael Lincoln, Noelle Price, David Rousseve, Zoe Scofield, Shapiro & Smith, Katy Tabb, dani tirrell, Alex Ung, Ebony Williams, and Dr. S Ama Wray, among others. A 2021 Village Theatre Northwest Creator Resident, Lisa's creations have been presented at Strictly Seattle Dance Festival, PRICEarts InSHOP, and Velocity Dance Center's PORTALS. Website: lkwak.com, Instagram: lis4kw4k 

Amy J Lambert | AJnC

Amy J Lambert is a Seattle-based dance artist who playfully choreographs and directs in the realms of theater and concert dance. She recieve a BFA in Dance from Cornish College of the Arts and is an active dance maker, producer, and dance educator. She is the director and choreographer for AJnC Dance-Theater and her work received critical acclaim as she “creates works that masterfully blend the beautiful physicality of dance and the playful absurdity of theater...” (SeattleDances). In 2019, Amy was honored with a DanceCrush award for her “use of humor in choreography”. Learn more at AmyJLambert.com 

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Mei Enoki

Mei Enoki is a Junior at Seattle Academy High School where she serves as a Junior class representative and Advanced Dance captain. The dance she will be performing was created in response to the tragic shooting at Ingraham High School. Mei says, “I created this dance as a way to demonstrate unity in this difficult time. I hope this video sparks deeper conversation about mental health and gun violence."

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