You Fool

Solo performance of You Fool by Moscelyne ParkeHarrison, Winter RAW artist at SAFEhouse. You Fool is an exploration of truth, ignorance, and entropy through an abstracted interpretation of the myth of Cassandra.

January 21, 2023 8pm

x dance 

In May 2020, I made a short dance video entitled x dance. I searched 'regret' in my email inbox, and collected words from rejection emails I have received since 2013. Two years later I’m revisiting and expanding x dance to a solo that reckons with pity and meditates on melodrama and the transcendence of no.

BODYSONNET Season 3. Performed at neverover (Little Boxes Theater, SF), and Blue Hour (The Foundry West Stockbridge, MA)

please come alone: a ballad 

please come alone: a ballad is an initial study for the duration solo production ‘please come alone.’ 

Commission for The Foundry West Stockbridge in collaboration with vocalist Ganavya.

April 2021.

you burn me: a legend

‘you burn me: a legend’ follows the journey of a poem and a phrase of movement through the archetypal stages of the Hero’s Journey. This multimedia works fuses dance, music, poetry, and zine construction. 

Created for Skidmore College MDOCS course in November 2020.


Qasim Naqvi + Lauren Cauley + Moscelyne ParkeHarrison
Produced by Metropolis Ensemble
House of Yes
A part of Free Assembly Festival 2020


A solo from ARENA

BODYSONNET artists present an evening of dance, theater and music, and explore themes of atmosphere reconnaissance, empathy, negotiation, and authenticity.

Filmed by Matthew Seifert

Edited by Sean Lammer

x dance 

x dance is a three part exploration of regret

found regret is the first work in this series. 

"I searched 'regret' in my email inbox, and collected words from rejection emails I have received since 2013. I created a random erasure poem from the words."

she took the shock as a lullaby

Performed as a part of Hubbard Street Pro Works in Process, December 2019

Studebaker Theater, Chicago IL 

The lone woman in “she took the shock as a lullaby” explores the geography of memory, and the simultaneous stripping away of sanity, while maintaining complete control over this disintegration. As the work progresses she confronts her fears, at times conquering them, while finding pleasure in the act of delving into the parts of herself which she has so long tried to ignore.


Tout Dit
Allez allez
Words and music by Camille Dalmais
All rights on behalf of BLONDE MUSIC administered by WC Music Corp.

Q u i t t e r 

Performed at Juilliard Choreographic Honors 2019

Peter Jay Sharp Theater

Music: Ne Me Quitter Pas by Nina Simone

h o w   t h e  t h r e a d s   a r e   w o v e n 

Performed at Juilliard Choreographic Honors 2018

Peter Jay Sharp Theater

Music: ghosts by Trey Makler