ME HAGO FALTA
THE CREATORS COLLECTIVE
in collaboration with Suku Dance Lab
ME HAGO FALTA
suku dance lab
Me Hago Falta, which translates to “I am missing myself”, is an interdisciplinary dance theater piece from Suku Dance Lab, exploring the relationship between the pride and prejudices in the Afro Latinex community in America. Director Talia Moreta calls upon various Afro Latinex artists of different mediums to tell the story of an ambiguous Latina woman who represents the struggle this community faces to break stereotypes and rise up in finding their identity. Dancers and artists will act as narrators and guide the audience through the space with cinematic and dynamic scenes constructed through research and scripted from experiences of the artists involved.
PREMIERING FALL 2017 IN BROOKLYN, NY
PERFORMERS & COLLABORATORS
- Talia Moreta - Director, Choreographer; Dancer
- Belinda Adam - Assistant Director; Company Manager; Dancer
- Anya Clarke - Dancer
- Dominica Greene - Dancer
- J'nae Simmons - Dancer
- Nuria Martin Fandos - Dancer
- Reanna Comstock - Dancer
- Lucca Damilano - Text; Assistant Director
- Andy Moreta - Visual Artist
- Geri Soriano Lightwood - Sound Arrangement
SUKU DANCE LAB
Suku Dance Lab is a Brooklyn based dance-theater company founded by Talia Moreta and Belinda Adam. Our works have been presented at many events from THE CREATORS COLLECTIVE, and at Dixon Place, WMAAC Moving Beauty Series, Pushing Progress Showcase Series, and WAXworks. Suku Dance Lab aims to create accessible and relatable performances rooted in dance and theater. Holding collaboration at the center of our process, Suku Dance Lab calls upon various dance lineages, elements of voice, and live music to establish a dynamic and nuanced lens through which to examine community - how human experiences can be deeply unique and simultaneously universal.
MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON! JOIN OUR MAILING LIST HERE FOR UPDATES.
Me Hago Falta is sponsored, in part, by The Greater New York Arts Development Fund of The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).