Verguenza and Your Day Will Come

We are so excited to present the artistry of local choreographers and performers on March 24th and March 25th at Baltimore Theatre Project. 
We'd love for you to learn a bit more about our featured showcase artists.



Natalie Boegel is a freelance dancer and choreographer working in the DMV area. She graduated magna cum laude from Fordham University with a BFA in Dance. Natalie has performed works by Alvin Ailey, Martha Graham, Adam Barruch, Brice Mousset, Adriane Fang, and Yin Yue, among others. She currently dances with The Collective and BlueShift Dance. Natalie studied composition with Kazuko Hirabayashi. Her works have premiered at The Ailey Citigroup Theater and Baltimore Theatre Project.

Natalie will be performing Verguenza on Sunday March 25th at 3pm . Verguenza was conceived during the height of the #metoo movement, and is an intimate work which explores the interior landscape of the contemporary female.

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Neka Reeves what we call a BIDA alum. She performed solo work and presented choreography twice during our inaugural season and is a celebrated member of our ever growing family and Baltimore dance community. She will be performing  Your Day Will Come ; a dance that explores how we navigate the uncertainty of our futures on Saturday March 24th 2018 at 7pm.


 Domineka Reeves was born in Washington D.C. and was raised in Baltimore Maryland. She received her A.F.A at Anne Arundel Community College, and her B.F.A. at University of Maryland Baltimore County. She recently received the opportunity to create an evening length dance piece titled “Together We Stand”, which premiered at Baltimore Theatre Project last year. Currently she has been teaching, and mentoring the next generation of talented dancers. 

Follow her ig : @d.y.r._dance