Directed by Katharine Larson
Sometimes the most beautiful moments lie within the process. INTROSPECTION is a short dance film independently produced, choreographed, directed and performed by Katharine Larson. Choreography for this project was inspired by exploring the failures and successes of relationships. People will come and go, some stay longer, some may just pass by. INTROSPECTION takes us down a path of memory, real life struggles to fix something broken, and eventually leads us to looking deeper inside ourselves to learn more about our true essence.
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Director Biography – Katharine Larson
Katharine Larson has been dancing professionally, choreographing, and teaching dance since 2012. Currently Katharine is a free-lance artist in NYC, diving more into the dane film industry. She is a 3-year former company member with Jon Lehrer Dance Company, a contemporary/modern company based in NYC that tours internationally. Katharine was previously a 7-year company member of Eisenhower Dance Detroit, performing, teaching, and touring world-wide, a highlight being her performance at the Tel-Aviv Opera House in 2017. She grew up dancing under Sheryl Rowland in Kingwood, TX. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Arizona with a BFA in Dance and a minor in Chemistry and was the recipient of the Gertrude Shurr Modern Dance and Costume Manager Triple-Threat awards. Katharine has performed works by Jon Lehrer, Ann Reinking, Mia Michaels, Laurie Eisenhower, Edgar Zendejas, and many other world-known choreographers. She has also performed with Thodos in their New Dances Concert and with Artifact Dance Project on a tour throughout China. Previous training includes the Juilliard School, LINES Ballet and Northwest Dance Project.