|Birth Day||October 21, 1954|
|Age||66 YEARS OLD|
Performance artist and dancer known for her socially-themed work. Her original dance and performance pieces include "Real People" and "The Dog Inside the Man Inside" (part of a larger work called "Animals").
She studied modern dance at the University of Utah and the University of Arizona and went on to dance professionally with Tucson's Territory Dance Theater.
She created a piece called "Sloss, Kerr, Rosenberg & Moore" that featured performances by real-life New York lawyers.
She was born and raised in Park Ridge, Illinois.
She choreographed Hydrogen Jukebox, an opera with music by modernist composer Philip Glass.