An interview with Jean Borbridge about my arts practice and the performance work, "much too much to say".
"Arrow is a master devised but also an artist that is not defined by genre or medium."
"Arrow's work is generous in the way it pulls from differing mediums with such freedom. Clown, dance, theatre, devised theatre performance art are just some of the tools she has available to her."
"I was moved, and I still am when I think back to visceral feelings I had from watching (Arrow’s) story spoken through the body."
An interview with Michelle Panting on my performance work, "This Disposition".
"Acknowledging where you’re at instead of where you want to be is, I think, crucial to actually moving forward in a realistic way."
"There’s so many ways you can know something, and that can get really confusing when one part of you knows something and the other part of you knows something else, and maybe they don’t work together."
"Peeling the orange in the performance, I wanted that zest, the smell to come into the room."
An article about Nova Dance Collective's double bill show "Not Potatoes" and "Judy and the Reckless".
"Why do I perform? What is the point in putting my work in front of people?"
“Being on the outside of a piece can be vulnerable, knowing you have no control. It’s like having your kid move out. You’ve created this thing and then you have to unleash it!”
A preview of my self produced show "A Cabaret".
“Traumatize ’em first, then make them laugh, and end with a hi-ya!”