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Aimee Plauche is a dance/physical theater choreographer living and working in Brooklyn, New York since 2011. A former bunhead from the South, Aimee has found liberty in short hair, the diversity of New York, and the endless creative possibilities in dance theater. Her work has appeared in various showcases around New York, including Westfest: All Over Westbeth, the Comedy in Dance Festival at Triskelion Arts, the DUMBO Dance Festival and the Director's Choice showcase at Spoke the Hub. Her evening-length shows have appeared as part of the New Work Series at Emerging Artist Theater, Triskelion Arts Studio Theater Series, and Take Root at Green Space. Aimee was nominated and selected for MANCC Forward Dialogues, the 2017 inaugural choreographic lab for emerging movement-based artists at the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography, a dance residency site housed within the Florida State University School of Dance in Tallahassee, Florida. In 2018, Aimee premiered her third evening length work, "she sang like she was crying", and spent time at Lake Studios Berlin on artist residency. Aimee holds a BFA in Dance from Florida State, teaches Pilates, and eternally hopes to be brave.


Past showcases include Movement Research Open Performance, WAXworks, Spoke the Hub's Winter Follies and Local Produce Festival, NACHMO, the Comedy in Dance Festival at Triskelion Arts, Westfest: All Over Westbeth,xyznyc at The Tank, Fertile Ground at Greenspace, the Salon at MCG Dance, DUMBO Dance Festival, Director's Choice at Spoke the Hub; the New Work Series at Emerging Artist Theate, The Studio Theater Series at Triskelion Arts, Take Root at Green Space.

Martha Graham said dancers were the athletes of god.  I want instead, to come down from the gods we thought we could be and into the raw gorgeous humans that we are. I want dancers to live back in our shared human experience, where we are in a space together with people watching us.  I want to bring human movement back to dance, and I want untrained movers to believe that they too can dance. I want to stop slathering technique and movement over the rawness of our humanity, and instead experience that rawness together with our audience. 


I want challenge the mythology that we have learned to hold in our bodies. I want to take down the limits on how women are permitted to appear in space and in dance.


I want to bring my audience into the heightened experience of performance, touching their neurological core and connecting with our common human experience. 


I want to be able to use dance to ask big questions. I want to legitimize the art form as a large scale means to question our way of being through the physical body.


I want to expand the number of people in the world who feel like they are allowed to dance.

I organize my projects around themes of place and home, how we fit in, and how we are ostracized. I explore these themes in the quiet, in the small moments between the highlights of our existence, and how little tragedies and victories shape our humanity.




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