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as occurred, as recalled


“it is in these small studios, black box theaters and other alternative spaces where the ideas of young creative artists are taking root.” —SeeDance
In this brand new work, WHYTEBERG explores visceral memories, creating a personal reflection of perception. As the audience moves through various scenes, we see the effect of false memory — how consistently revisited moments become obscured from reality.



New Work Created for LAX



WHYTEBERG is a Los Angeles based duo created by Gracie Whyte and Laura Berg as a platform for their collaborative work. Since their inception in August 2014, WHYTEBERG has performed at numerous venues around Los Angeles and teaches their groovy and sweat-inducing floorwork technique class to professionals. Gracie and Laura are most interested in figuring out how to blend disciplines, integrating dance into other genres to elevate the level of art being created.

Creative Team

Choreography: WHYTEBERG

Dancers: Laura Berg, Matt Luck, Jobel Medina, Gracie Whyte

  • Joan Didion's THE WHITE ALBUM
    Lars Jan + Early Morning Opera
    The Institute of Memory (TIMe)
    Lars Jan + Early Morning Opera
    Tungsten (artery)
    Janie Geiser / Erik Ehn
    Fugitive Time
    Janie Geiser / Automata
  • Surfacing
    Holcombe Waller
    Lars Jan + Early Morning Opera
    Clouded Sulphur (death is a knot undone)
    Janie Geiser + Erik Ehn / Automata
    This World Made Itself
    Miwa Matreyek
  • Half Life
    Cloud Eye Control
    You Should Have Stayed Home, Morons
    RADAR LA 2013 / with support from Center Theatre Group
    Cooking Oil
    by Deborah Asiimwe, directed by Emily Mendelsohn / Kampala, Kigali, Los Angeles 2010-2013
    A Suicide Bombing by Invitation Only
    Early Morning Opera / Hi-Lite Gallery / Los Angeles 2011