Annie is a New York based columnist and writer. Multifaceted, Annie received a B.F.A. in dance from San Jose State University and is certified in Pilates through Physical Mind Institute. Upon graduation, she danced professionally in California, New York, Montana, and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Annie is also known and sought after for her fresh concepts and innovative choreography. As a native from Montana, Annie also loves the outdoors and traveling, is a skilled chef and baker, and loves exploring new coffee shops with her husband.
BWW Reviews: Martita Goshen's TURNING HOME Is No False Start
April 28, 2013
A step onto the stage, and the winds of our ancestors and the spirits of the racehorse seem
to jostle through the skirts and hair of Martita Goshen. Each hand gesture, every head flit
conjures up memories of native dances and old forgotten connections between horse and
man. This is Martita Goshen's Earthworks' performance of "Turning Home," a tribute to
American thoroughbred racehorses.
BWW Reviews: Paul Taylor: Pioneer, Teacher, Storyteller
March 20, 2013
Paul Taylor remains one of the greats of our time. Though he's been choreographing for almost 60 years, he continues to create worlds that audiences still want to enter.
BWW Reviews: Hiroaki Umeda's Galaxies and Atom Clouds
March 18, 2013
Rarely has dance ever experienced video imagery to this magnitude. A translator from virtual reality to theatre, Umeda actualizes what computers and electronics would look like if they were humanized or artistically expressed.
BWW Review: The Naked Truth About Juliana May's COMMENTARY=NOT THING
March 2, 2013
Running. Throwing. Spinning. Shapes. This starts "Commentary=not thing" choreographed by Juliana May.
BWW Reviews: NEW CHAMBER BALLET - Evocative Music Meets Distinct Choreography
February 25, 2013
A beautiful blend of evocative music melding with clean choreography; this is why we seek Magloire.