Felicia McBride, one of Texas’s most outstanding contemporary dancers, has recently moved back to her hometown of San Antonio to develop her work as a choreographer.
Drew Bacon is a painter and animator who returned to his home turf in Houston after graduating from Pratt Institute.
Freelance conductor and Big Spring,Texas native Viswa Subbaraman, most known in Houston as the mastermind behind the chamber opera troupe Opera Vista, returned to Houston just over a year ago.
When a writer pitched a story about an actor leaving Texas I immediately said, “No thanks, I need to focus on those staying.” Although, now I can't help wondering what would have been in that exit interview.
Amy Diane Morrow, a Fort Worth native, returned to Texas after a long series of travels – most notably an extended stint in Tel Aviv, Israel, to train in Gaga under Ohad Naharin, artistic director of the Batsheva Dance Company.
Hunter Dance Center’s director Annie Arnoult shows no signs of slowing down as she enters her second season back home.
Alex Karigan Farrior joined Dallas's Dark Circles Contemporary Dance in 2014 and has been spinning her own brand of kinetic magic, often alongside Dark Circles artistic director Joshua L. Peugh, ever since.
Dallas native Jennifer Mabus premieres The Art of Losing, a multi-media, sound and dance collaboration with the artist Lynn Lane, on Jan, 22-23, at The Barn as part of NobleMotion’s 2016 Next Step Series. You can also catch her work as part of Open Dance Project's Stories to Tell on Feb. 19-21 at the MATCH.
Bree Welch made a triumphant return to Texas, playing Henry in Henry V at Houston's Classical Theatre Company.
Mario Zambrano was an accomplished contemporary ballet dancer before turning to writing fiction.