Collaborators


Aaron Bliden
​Aidan O' Shea
Alex Militech
Alisa Kurbatova
Allison Schubert
Alison Ragland
Ana Marie Salamat 
​Anna Olivia Moore
Ariel Myren
Ava Kuo
Brendon O’Connell
Camila Borrero
Carmen Samuel
Caroline Sharman
Chas Marsh
Colleen Harris
Collin Raney
Connor Scalzi
Daniel Iwahiec
Daniel Ettinger
David Olson
David Samuel
Diana Chun
Drew Hirshfield
Erik Heger
Eric VanWyck
Farah Lawal Harris
Gwynne Flannagan
Heather Jackson
Ivania Stack
Jay Randall
Joan Arhelger
John Patrick Higgins
Juanita Rockwell
​Judith Ingber
Julia Klavans
Katherine Leigh Hafer
Kiara Tinch
Kris Messer
Kristy Hall
Kyra Corradin
Larissa Bregenzer
Lawrence Zoll
Leayne Freeman
Lex Davis
Mark Costello
Mark Halpern
Matt Sparacino
Matt Strote
Matthew ?Aidekman
Natalie Handl
Neil MacFadden
Patrick Crowley
Peter Stone
Rachel Menyuk
Ralph Lee

Susan Haedicke

Infinite Stage

Art and Expression

Co-Director


Leslie Felbain




Leslie Felbain has focused her career on movement based performance and somatic practices. She is a performer, director, teacher and coach working in dance, circus and theatre. After completing her training with Jacques Lecoq and Serge Martin in France she became a core member of le dal Theater in Paris. She has an extensive international career both as a solo performer and ensemble work.   Speaking several languages, she is inspired by how individuals and cultures express and share stories. Leslie is a certified teacher of the F.M. Alexander Technique, Cranio-Sacral Therapist, Somatic Experience Practitioner, and Mindfulness Meditation Facilitator.   She is a faculty member in The School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies at The University of Maryland, College Park.  As co-director of Infinite Stage Leslie explores the intersection of creative and healing arts.

Co-Director


Daniel Pinha




Daniel Pinha moved to the United States in 2006 from Brazil. After receiving a degree in Scenic Design from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro he worked extensively throughout Brazil in theater, film and television. He received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park, and has worked as a designer throughout the greater DC and Baltimore areas as well as displaying some of his design work internationally. He is a faculty member in the Fine Arts Department at Loyola University Maryland. As co-director of Infinite Stage Daniel explores how spaces, environments and objects are integrated into the dramaturgical and devising process. He is inspired by how we interact as human beings and the beauty of work that is created from those interactions.

Artists


Team


The foundation of Infinite Stage is its collaborative core. An essemble team of musicians, performers, researchers, visual artists and writers engange equally in the research and creative process so that different vocabularies and perspectives blend together in an common voice. Equally important are the people in communities who share their stories which become the inspiration for Infinite Stage.

Art and Expression

Infinite Stage