IN PLAIN SIGHT(site) is the immersive performance series we’ve been doing all this past year during the pandemic. Each iteration, a cycle of artists present new work exploring the concept of PORTALS. Audiences are led through the performances as they rise and fall across the space.
In part four of IN PLAIN SIGHT(site), a new cycle of artists continue this exploration of portals and doorways to other realities on Friday, November 5, 2021. We're highlighting the artists you'll see all this week!
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Sanchel (she/her) is a mother/performer/choreographer originally from Baltimore, MD. After many years as an artist in Philadelphia and New York she has returned to Baltimore to bring her experience and expertise learned on her journey back to her roots.
She obtained her B.F.A from Virginia Commonwealth University and has since continued her studies at L’Ecole De Sable in Senegal, West Africa; with Rhapsody James in Los Angeles; and Rhythm One Acting with Ozzie Jones. Her performance highlights include: World of Dance Philadelphia; The Kimmel Center's 2018 Jazz Residency; Let 'im Move You: This is a Formation; Urban Bush Women Apprenticeship; Davido’s Coming to America Tour and Theatre Horizon's Black Nativity (Barrymore Award-Winning). Her choreography highlights include Theatre Horizon's The Color Purple Regional PREMIERE (nominated for Outstanding Movement/Choreography) and Yale Drama's Dreamgirls. Recently, she has shifted her focus into her self-produced works including her hit dance play Home To Homeland and the musical Wheelz of Life. Sanchel currently teaches her original “AfroClub “ dance class fusing Baltimore House and West
African Dance Forms weekly in Baltimore, MD.
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