Angie Dortch established
Expressive Avenues in 2008.
Before this venture she worked locally as a part time professor at the University of Louisville and was a permanent staff member for Music Theatre of Louisville. She has worked as a choreographer and
movement specialist and also worked in front of and behind the camera. For a brief work history read below. For a detailed CV/resume including references contact her at Angie@expressiveavenues.net
Expressive Avenues.net is the home for her collection of products, services, and projects.
Brief work history
Angie holds an MFA from the University of Louisville.
She is the Assistant Director and movement specialist for The Boar's Head and Yule Log Festival at St. Paul United Methodist Church and the mother of two.
While in the Nashville area she worked for Team One Productions, Fort Campbell, Toyota , and briefly studied with the Tennessee Repertory Company.
In the Louisville area she has worked with Wendy's, Thomas Industries, G.E.,KFC, WAVE Television Productions, Radio Joe, U of L, Music Theatre of Louisville, Derby Dinner Playhouse, Kentucky Country Day School, Oldham County School System, and Horse Cave Theatre
Angie is the author of two childrens plays: Go, Go, Goliath and An Imperfect Christmas Eve; a contemporary one-act titled Common Ground; a booklet entitled Emerging: from Coma to Presence in which she serves as the artist and autobiographer of a five piece art exhibit with commentary, a song writer and occasional contributor to the New Psalms Project.
Learning H.O.W. to Age is a wellness program strengthening the subtle aspects of a persons health: mental flexibility,physical perception and sensory awareness. Improvisation, meditation and movement exercises are offered to the recently retired and older populations. For more details check out the Blog link above or contact Angie@Expressiveavenues.net
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