ChorEOgrapher. Scholar. Teacher.

My practices as a dancer, an artist-scholar, and a professor, are continuous with one another.

I make dances in western Massachusetts. I work with lineage, formalism, research, imagination, and companionship to create movement-based practices and performances. My pedagogy is informed by my training, residencies, and research – and especially by my students. I am devoted to the sensual, fleeting, perplexing nature of choreography.

My Process


Pare examines patriarchal power structures, ownership, gaze and queerness (as an identity and a poetics). The work, created by women,

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What might happen to a dance after the final iteration? “Unfinishing” is an evolving improvised performance practice that reflects upon

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