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Sarah Ingel – 5 Minute Work Sample one hundred ways to say no (0:00 – 1:42) Choreography and Costumes by Sarah Ingel Created for Charlotte Ballet’s Choreographic Lab as a part of the 2018/2019 Season. Performed by Charlotte Ballet First…

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Sarah Ingel – 5 Minute Work Sample

one hundred ways to say no (0:00 – 1:42)

Choreography and Costumes by Sarah Ingel
Created for Charlotte Ballet’s Choreographic Lab as a part of the 2018/2019 Season.

Performed by Charlotte Ballet First Company Members Raven Barkley, Josh Hall, Ben Ingel, Peter Mazurowski, Elizabeth Truell, and Shaina Wire, Music by Dylan Gilbert, Lighting by Rick Moll, Video by James Wiley

“one hundred ways to say no” explores how we question systems, embracing the beauty of individual strengths within the community, how power is enacted on a body, and how performance can be a site for resistance.

Good News (1:42 – 2:16)
Concept, Performance, Costume, Art Direction, Filming and Editing by Sarah Ingel

Premiered September 2020, Music Video for Dylan Gilbert’s Visual Album “I’ll Be the Lakebed”

Created in quarantine during the pandemic, this performance is about being consumed by the daily barrage of terrifying news images, fluctuating between numbness, fear, pain, shock, and anger, and moving forward to break the cycle and become the “Good News” in the world.

statue-esque (2:16-3:12)

Choreography, Sound Score Edit, Costumes, and Performance by Sarah Ingel

A work in progress performed Aug. 25th, 2018 at Goodyear Arts Presents: FEEDBACK (A WIP Show)
With performances by Reba Bowens, Sarah Ingel, Kate Micham, Megan Payne, and Amanda Rentschler.
Music by Brenda Lee and Eartheater, Poem “Helen of Troy Does Countertop Dancing” by Margaret Atwood, Video by Toby Shearer

Exploring how we hold onto trauma in our bodies, how we create space for it to live inside of us, mask it or give it reverence. How is our past integrated and how we can shift to celebrate our traumas as a part of the whole? A body is beautiful and keeps the score.

fading filament (3:12 – 4:14)

Choreography by Sarah Ingel, Performed by Ben Ingel and Sarah Ingel

Created for Charlotte Ballet’s Choreographic Lab as a part of 2017/2018 Season -Premiere November 2017.

Music by Dylan Gilbert, Lighting by J.P. Woodey, Video by Toby Shearer

“fading filament” begins as a solo, then transforms into a duet, before ending in a quintet, as momentum gathers to leave behind burned out ideas and collectively change our community and ourselves to create and protect a brighter future.

khalepa tà kalá (4:14-5:00) Full work 1-hour durational installation

Choreography, Costume, Set Design + Construction, Sound Score and Performance by Sarah Ingel

Performed at Goodyear Arts- Goodbye Goodyear August 4th, 2017, Text by Alan Watts “The Truth About Insecurity” Photos by Eric Mullis and Logan Cyrus, Video from Audience Members

Beautiful things are difficult, naught without effort, I make the room and the room makes me, a dialogue of service, a fight for mattering, the conservation of matter, compose, decomposition, compost, regain composure.

Copyright 2020 Sarah Ingel
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