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Choreographer & Co-Director: Robyn Mineko Williams
Co-Director & Editor: C.J. Arellano
Music: Original compositions by Ohmme (Sima Cunningham and Macie Stewart)
Film Runtime: 16 minutes
Half of Us is a captivating new film by acclaimed choreographer Robyn Mineko Williams. The Princess Grace Award winner and former Hubbard Street Dancer creates a mesmerizing ebb and flow of melody and movement, as two dancers and two musicians merge their artistry upon a lonely landscape. At times playful and pensive, Half of Us invites us into a 16-minute meditation on the heart of human connection and the myriad of ways we experience it.
Originally livestreamed on May 20, 21, and 23, 2021, this film is now available to watch—free of charge—as part of Season 43: A Virtual Homecoming, our season of free public art.
Each livestream presentation was accompanied by a moderated post-film Q&A discussion with Robyn Mineko Williams and the artists and collaborators involved in the work. Learn more about creative process behind and in front of the camera!
FOR K-12 EDUCATORS
Using inference skills to guide their viewing, take your students on a deep dive into analyzing the storyline and characters in the film. Students will reflect on how the film's audio, staging, and movement shape their interpretation of the film's narrative.