Flo STL Spring 2018

Works directed by Audrey Simes and Blaize D'Angio with the Big Muddy Dance Company Trainees and Ashleyliane Dance Company 


Reel- a compilation of works

Choreography, costume/installation design and construction, and direction by Audrey Simes

Music by Dika Durbuzovic and Tony Nunez



"With the Big Muddy Dance Company, Audrey Simes seeks to tell the story of the Manhattan Project, from its beginnings in World War II to its fallout in St. Louis, around Coldwater Creek."


Raise the Dead

Film by Damon Davis, Cinematography by Chris Renteria, Art Direction by Basil Kincaid, Performance and Choreography by Audrey Simes, and Special Thanks to James Green.


R3CLAMATION Prelude: The Vessel

Created by Basil Kincaid, Audrey Simes, Michael Dorsey, Damon Davis, Eric "Prospect" White, and Shareca Shaebrown Pitts for R3clamation: St. Louis (R3) and LOA Act I.


Just Above the Floodline

Just Above the Floodline is a collection of works, involving performance art, dance choreography, Installation, dance for camera, and more, created by artists Audrey Simes and Cynthia Wolters. The piece is inspired by the societal expectations for women in the domestic sphere throughout Modern American history. Just Above the Floodline is an ongoing collaborative body of work, which began at the Artica Festival in October of 2012. This video is documentation from Leverage Dance Theater's Spring concert, Seen UnSeen (April 2013).

Artistically Directed by Audrey Simes and Cynthia Wolters

Sound Score composed by Tony Nuñez, Dika Durbuzovic (dikamusic.com), and Julian Scaff.

Produced in conjunction with Leverage Dance Theater (leveragedancetheater.org).


My Woman Your Woman

Dance for Camera Directed and Edited by Audrey Simes Performed and Choreographed by Laura Murphy Assistant Director: Cynthia Wolters Music Recorded by Al Bowlly/Lew Stone



SHIFTED by Zlatko Ćosić, Eleanor Dubinsky and Laura Ferro

Overcoming internal chaos, opening my eyes. I am what I think. What I see I imagine. Who is the other but a reflection of myself? I run away from me, but I find myself again, the other in me.

Performers: Shannon Haubrich, Vita Sullivan and Audrey Simes

FILM FESTIVALS & SCREENINGS :: St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase, Tivoli Theater, July 15, 2014 :: Screengrab International Media Arts Award, Pinnacles Gallery, Riverway Arts Centre, Townsville, Australia, Sep. 20 - Oct. 26, 2014 :: St. Louis International Film Festival, Winifred Moore Auditorium, Webster University, St. Louis, November 16, 2014 :: Convergence, An International Summit on Art+Technology, The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada, November 29, 2014 :: The Dance on Film Project, Chesterfield Community Theatre, St. Louis, January 30, 2015 :: Greensboro Dance Film Festival, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina, March 22, 2015 :: Dance Film Festival UK, O2 Think Big Hub, 16 Hoxton Square, London, August 8, 2015 :: Dança em Foco, International Festival of Vídeo and Dance, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, August 2015 :: Public Media Commons, Nine Network, St. Louis, June 3, 2016 Copyright © ZLATKO ĆOSIĆ


"Everything is Different" Premiered February 2015 at Duet Gallery

Video and Editing by Elliott Geolat Choreography by Arica Brown and Audrey Simes.

Costume design and construction by Audrey Simes

Installations by Audrey Simes and Cynthia Wolters

Featuring company dancers Hannah Benditt, Ryan Curtis, Blaize D'Angio, Nikki Freeman, Ashreale McDowell, Carly Niehaus and Kelli Triplett.