Maili Schlosser

As a choreographer I am is interested in the creation of work that revolves around collaboration and focuses on social issues like gender and sexual identity, censorship, violence, and the like as subject matter. By involving the dancers in the development of the choreography, I create dances that incorporate multiple viewpoints and thus enriches the work. In order to further develop the ideas of the work I also enjoy incorporating multimedia into the pieces I create. Video projection, poetry, photography, and other types of visual art are all utilized to further the concepts that I address in my choreography by adding deeper meaning.

As a performer my goal is to always maintain my personal integrity within every work I dance. I find my own personal experiences heavily influence how I present myself on stage, and in doing this I try to bring a humanity to everything I am I asked to do. When performing I want the audience to find connection and accessibility within the movement as they observe what I am presenting.



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Maili Schlosser
(951) 880-5300

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Artist Work

Scopophilia (2018)

Scopophilia - Tanner Miranda and Maili Schlosser

"Scopophilia" Choreographer: Tanner Miranda and Maili Schlosser in collaboration with the dancers Music by Haley Richartz Dancers: Carlin Corral, Logan Cross, Lauren Malone, Aliyah Martin, Courtney Ozovek, Sabrina Rincón, Alexandra Rix, Jalaysha Seals California State University, Long Beach, College of the Arts, & Department of Dance Present Variance October 12-14, 2017 Concert Director: Rebecca Lemme Costume Design: Andrew W.

We Adapt Quickly (2017)

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We Adapt Quickly (premiere) CHOREOGRAPHY Maili Schlosser, in collaboration with the dancers MUSIC Original composition by Cristina Lord DANCERS Kendall Baab, Emily Crumpler, Emily Devine, Shaye Fear, Natalie Oga, Madison Rice, Jan-Matthew Sevilla, Akari Takahashi, Luis Vazquez, and Natalie Wong PROJECTION DESIGN Gregory R.R.

Fragmented Memories (2018)