Rachelle Rafailedes and Chalvar Monteiro photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     
 photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     
 Chalvar Monteiro photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     
 Elyse Morris photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     
 Hsiao-Jou Tang photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     
 Rena Butler and Hsiao-Jou Tang photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     
 Elyse Morris and Rena Butler photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     
 Chalvar Monteiro and Maleek Washington  photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     
 Kyle Abraham photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     
       
     
 Rachelle Rafailedes and Chalvar Monteiro photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     

Rachelle Rafailedes and Chalvar Monteiro photo by Steven Schreiber

 photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     

photo by Steven Schreiber

 Chalvar Monteiro photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     

Chalvar Monteiro photo by Steven Schreiber

 Elyse Morris photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     

Elyse Morris photo by Steven Schreiber

 Hsiao-Jou Tang photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     

Hsiao-Jou Tang photo by Steven Schreiber

 Rena Butler and Hsiao-Jou Tang photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     

Rena Butler and Hsiao-Jou Tang photo by Steven Schreiber

 Elyse Morris and Rena Butler photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     

Elyse Morris and Rena Butler photo by Steven Schreiber

 Chalvar Monteiro and Maleek Washington  photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     

Chalvar Monteiro and Maleek Washington

photo by Steven Schreiber

 Kyle Abraham photo by Steven Schreiber
       
     

Kyle Abraham photo by Steven Schreiber

       
     
Live! The Realest MC Promotional Video

Inspired by Pinocchio’s plight to be a “real boy,” this new ensemble dance work investigates gender roles in the black community and the quest for acceptance in the world of hip-hop celebrity. Live! The Realest MC, an evolution of previous solo work, Inventing Pookie Jenkins, references our own humanity in this digital age, creating an abstracted emotional and humorously dark narrative that places the iconic childhood character in an industrial dystopia.