say please. say no. say hi, penny.


The many sides of us: a suite of four solos.

Current Collaborators: Chloe London, Mia Martelli.

Upcoming: Spoke the Hub 2019 Solo Fancy (February 1 + 2), Fertile Ground New Works Showcase at Green Space (February 10).


dear bones,


Dear Bones, is a collaborative performance project made as a part of the 30Under30 Arts Festival in West Stockbridge, MA.

An investigation rooted in play, personal investigation, and Berkshire County living. Premiered April 29, 2017 at Six Depot Roastery and Cafe.

Movement Collaborators: Emily Glick, Mika Mintz, Lexie Thrash

Animation: Sam Okerstrom-Lang

Trailer: Sam Okerstrom-Lang

30Under30 Exhibition Information

Berkshire Edge Performance Review


table of contents


Password: JACKS

Photos, words, moments, memory... This work dives into chapters of stories spanning genres and generations. 

Table of Contents is a non-linear, chance-based duet investigating chapters of captured moments, invented stories based on underlying truths, and familiar memories. Movement enters into rich theatrically and quickly departs - an experience akin to “changing TV channels to different cartoons.”

Choreography + Performance:
JACKS | Kelsey Kramer + Lexie Thrash

still i rise


Still I Rise is a solo movement project created by and for Lexie Thrash, later reimagined on Kelsey Kramer in August 2017 as Dual at SITUATIONS Gallery in Chinatown, NY.

This work was adjudicated in the American College Dance Association's Mid-Atlantic Conference at Towson University, MD, and performed as a part of Dancescapes with the Virginia Repertory Dance Company at Dogtown Dance Theater in Richmond, VA.

Choreography + Performance:
Lexie Thrash
Costume Design: Pamela S. Johnson
Lighting Design: Leah Travers
Photography: Richard Finkelstein
Music: Trent Rezor, Atticus Ross. No copyright infringement intended.

Photography: Richard Finkelstein

"You may shoot me with your words, you may cut me with your eyes, you may kill me with your hatefulness, but still, like air, I'll rise." - Maya Angelou

symphonic odyssey


Choreography: Lexie Thrash
Performers: Chloe Atno-Shelton, Colby Bedel, Rebekah Bono, Kaitlin Pennington
Music: Philip Glass. For educational use, no copyright infringement intended.
Costume Design: Rebecca Lustig
Lighting Design: Leah Travers
Photography: Richard Finkelstein

Work-in-progress premiered November 2015 in the Earlynn J. Miller Dance Theater as a part of the Fall Student Dance Concert. Premiered April 2016 on the Forbes Performing Arts Center Mainstage as a part of The New Voices in Dance Concert 2016. Both performances occurred at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA.