Meg Wolfe is a Los Angeles-based choreographer and performer. Her work has been commissioned by REDCAT and the National Performance Network with PICA/TBA Festival, DiverseWorks, and Z Space. Locally , she has appeared at the Bootleg Theater, Live Arts Exchange Festival, FRESH Festival, the New Original Works Festival, Confusion is Sex #3, Off Center Festival/Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Sea and Space Explorations, HomeLA, Highways Performance Space Anatomy Riot, and others. Early work was presented in NYC at venues such as Dance Theater Workshop, Danspace Project at St. Mark’s, Dia Center for the Arts, The Kitchen, The Living Theater, Movement Research at Judson Church, Nuyorican Poets Café, and others. She has appeared as a performer in the works of Vicky Shick (1999-2003); as well as in projects by Jerome Bel, Molissa Fenley, Clarinda Mac Low, and Susan Rethorst.
Wolfe’s projects have received support from the National Performance Network Creation Fund and Forth Fund, an Emergency Grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, ARC Grants from Center for Cultural Innovation and Durfee Foundation, CHIME, the Danspace Project Commissioning Initiative and Meet the Composer; and by residencies at REDCAT, Performance Works NorthWest, the Djerassi Resident Artist’s Program, and the Hothouse Residency program at UCLA, among others. She was a founding co-editor of itch dance journal.
 has served on panels for the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, Santa Monica Department of Cultural Affairs, and Center for Cultural Innovation; and was the Project Coordinator for CHIME (Choreographers in Mentorship Exchange) in Southern California from 2008-2012.

For over twenty years, Lorrie P. Snyder has been a Technical Director and Designer. She has worked in film, television, theater, opera, music, and dance and has worked with John Sayles, Elizabeth Streb, Long Beach Opera, and The Builders Association, among many others. She was the founding resident Technical Director for REDCAT (The Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater) under the direction of Mark Murphy; and acted as a technical consultant to the project during construction. Ms. Snyder is also a Technical Consultant specializing in the design and equipping of new performance spaces, most recently OZ Arts Nashville. She is the recipient of a 2004 EDDY award for sustained excellence in technical direction. She is currently the Technical Director at UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance/Royce Hall.


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