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Erin Law- 2008-2014

 Erin Law has been working with Mountain Movers each year since 2008.  Erin is a certified Laban Movement Analyst, and has been helping our company to build a strong base of understanding LMA.  We use Bartinieff fundamentals as our base technique, and use the LMA foundation as a way of talking about works, coaching each other and choreographing.

Judy Woodruff secured an Arts Builds Community grant to bring Erin to ETSU in 2007.  Erin set Diurnal Shifts on the company, and it quickly became a company favorite, demanding the very best of us!  The work was premiered in the ETSU Spring Dance concert in 2008.

In the summer of 2009, Jen asked Erin if she would consider setting a solo, and the two began work immediately.  The result was In and Out of Place, a piece that explores the worn groove of old habits and hurtful relationships.  The two found a lasting friendship during the setting of this work, and we hope to commission more works from this extraordinary choreographer.  Erin's works are powerful, evocative, moving and extremely dynamic! 

Erin completed her MFA degree at Smith College in May of 2011, returned in to work with us in the summers of 2011, 12 anf 14!  She has set 4 works on the company:

Diurnal shift


Inbetween- a solo for Jen

Kin[[e]]sphere- a series of short dance films completed in the summer of 2015

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