Embodiment Project is a street dance theater company that illuminates narratives silenced by inequities to inspire critical conversation and healing.
We believe that dance can speak and language can move.
We celebrate Black liberation and all the ways it has spurred the proliferation of hip-hop as a social movement.
We believe everybody has their own unique story to tell and building community involves validating the unique contributions of each individual.
We create dance that maps emotional intricacies, memories, and trauma in our own bodies in an effort to help ourselves and our audiences make sense of the world and ourselves.
We celebrate concert dance as another platform for the voices and perspectives of formidable leaders of social movements.
We illuminate the stories, perspectives, and histories of under-represented communities, and believe that everybody deserves access to concert dance.
We subvert traditionally masculine performance cultures and uphold womanist ideology and gender role dissolution.