Micaela Taylor is a professional dancer/choreographer from Los Angeles, CA, where she trained at Marat Daukayev School of Ballet and Los Angeles County High School of the Arts.She graduated from Cornish College of the Arts and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in dance, 2014. She has worked and performed with The Pendleton House, Anna Conner & Co.,Ate9 Dance Company, Zoe Scofield, Camille A. Brown, Kate Wallich, & BODYTRAFFIC. She choreographically contributed to Ate9’s “Kelev Lavan” apart of the After Dark Series at TheDorothy Chandler Pavilion. Her choreographic passion led her to found Los Angeles based contemporary dance company, The TL Collective. Since the launch of The TL Collective, she has choreographed and performed works; 3REMAIN(2015) and Ruth(2016), and Pop(2016)nationally and internationally. She was pilot resident at the Lake Studios Berlin in Berlin,Germany in April, 2016, where she was named “Pop Sensation 2016” by Berlin’s Artrabbit Magazine. Micaela’s work has been presented by Highways Performance Space, Lake StudiosBerlin, and Arise Theatre. Her work “Pop” has also been accepted in the Dumbo Dance Festival2016 in Brooklyn, NY, presented by WHITE WAVE Young Soon Kim Dance Company. Her choreographic name reached new heights when she was featured in Dance Magazine’s “Grin and Bear it” article focusing on emerging choreographers creating new material. One of her most recent works “Sporty” was choreographed for L.A. Contemporary Dance Company for their fall season show “Force Majeure” presented by Atwater Village Theatre. Following that she presented her first full evening length with her company The TL Collective; Molecular Fuel,presented through Highways Performance Space, which received rave reviews from SeeDance.com dance critic Jeff Slayton. “Watching these three dancers speak through this new movement vocabulary was totally engaging. Their chests cave, twist while their heads circle, bend or turn. A sudden shoulder move takes them to the floor and up again leaving one to wonder how they did that.” -Slayton.
December 12, 2017 at 7:30pm - 9:30pm