Join us for a talkback with Annalee Traylor discussing the work "MISS YOU" premiering Dec 6th at 6pm. Created in response to societies time spent in quarantine, “MISS YOU”, is a concept film that explores the act of dissociation as a coping mechanism for isolation. The Ardsley Residency provided Traylor the opportunity and support to delve into creative research centered specifically around character study/building.
Annalee Traylor is a NYC based freelance creator/choreographer and educator. She is a high school graduate of UNCSA and received her BFA with honors from Point Park University. Collectively, her live work and films have been presented nationally and abroad in LA, NYC, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Seattle, Rotterdam, NL, and Rome, IT, and at festivals including the Dance Gallery, Battery Dance, Los Angeles Dance, and the American Dance Festival. She has been commissioned by Voices Carry Inc., Dance Canvas, Point Park University's International Summer Dance, Periapsis Music and Dance, Texture Contemporary Ballet, REED Dance, among others. Most recently, she was named “Outstanding Choreographer” at the 2020 Youth America Grand Prix regionals. Guest artist teaching credits include: Carnegie Mellon University, Sam Houston State University, Slippery Rock University, Point Park University, Dekalb School of the Arts, and The Creative and Performing Arts High School among others.