Anna Kroll and Chloë Engel are improvisers, dancers, and listeners.

We create improvisational practices to build skills that are necessary for a collaborative world. 

Image Description:  Anna and Chloë stand together and look directly at the camera. Anna, a femme with brown feathered shoulder-length hair and green eyes, wears a black button up. Chloë, a freckled, white person with shoulder length red-hair and blue eyes wears an orange long sleeve shirt. Behind them is a white table with impercievable materials, and cream colored piece of muslin draped against the wall. In the foreground to pieces of the cream fabric create an asymetrical frame.

Photo by Tomi Faison

Our work has been presented as part of:

    • re:semblance at New Media Artspace (NYC/ online)
    • Spark IV: A New World? (Baltimore / online)
    • The Mind on Fire Variety Show (Baltimore/online).
    • Tendon Magazine

We have facilitated workshops independently and through Deep Play Institute.

Anna Kroll 

Anna Kroll is a dancer, educator and interdisciplinary artist. Anna Kroll’s performance work has been shown at No Theme Festival (Poughkeepsie, NY) in Philadelphia Theaters, Rivers and Subway Underpasses at FringeArts’ Scratch Night, Open Call Guerilla Outdoor Performance Festival, Invisible River’s Schuylkill River Arts Day, Cathy Weis' Sundays on Broadway (NYC), and Danspace's Draftwork series (NYC).

She is currently an MFA student at UMBC in Intermedia & Digital Art. 

Chloë Engel 

chloë engel is a transdisciplinary choreographer and early-childhood educator based in lenape-hoking territory (aka Brooklyn, NY). Their choreographic work explores ritual, lineages of Madness, nostalgia, and family.