Edouard Lock is a choreographer/performer, who studied film at Concordia University. He founded Lock-Danseurs in 1980, which then evolved into La La La Human Steps. "Oranges" (1981) won him a Jean A. Chalmers Award for choreography, and "Human Sex" (1985) won a Bessie Award for choreog
Zoe Scofield is a Seattle-based choreographer. She has also danced with Prometheus Dance Company and Bill James Atlas Dance Company. Her study of ballet and modern, as well as ashtanga yoga, has informed her work.
Zoe is the co-artistic director of zoe|juniper, a collaboration of visual art, d
Doug Varone graduated with a BFA in dance from SUNY Purchase. He is the recipient of two Bessie Awards for his choreography of Boats Leaving (2006). His unique way of creating dances has included such techniques as using images from newspaper clippings to inspire movement. Other works include Rise