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Game Time

created and performed by Aviva & Molly R-W

A duo dance-circus show featuring two athletes, an unidentified sport, and a 25-foot rubber-coated pole. Let the games begin.

upcoming: Berkeley & Oakland (Jun & Jul 2024) // San Francisco (Oct 2024)


created and performed by Molly R-W

A solo show melding dance, theater, comedy and story-telling to explore the trials and tribulations of love, and the promise and pitfalls of self-help culture.

upcoming: San Francisco Bay Area (Jan 2024) // Rogue Festival, Fresno CA (Mar 2024) // Orlando Fringe Festival, Orlando FL (May 2024)

presented: NOHSpace, San Francisco (Dec 2022) // Vancouver Fringe Festival, Vancouver BC (Sep 2023) // Collapsable Hole, NYC (Nov 2023) // Sidestream Studio, Brattleboro VT (Nov 2023)

Changing Light

created and performed by Molly R-W & Galen Rogers

An exploration in light and shadows.

presented: BAMPFA, Berkeley (July 2023)

This Might Be Hard To Believe

created and performed by Molly R-W

Dear Molly, This may be hard to believe. Maybe sit down if you're not already? I'm not trying to be dramatic... 

presented: RAWdance, San Francisco (Mar 2022)

We Imagined Something Different

directed by Miguel Castillo

created and performed by Miguel Castillo, Ampersand Pester, Lena Engelstein & Marin Day

dramaturgy by Molly R-W

Perceiving enchantment requires what astronomers call averted vision, which is a way of seeing distant celestial bodies not by looking directly at the object, but by looking a little off to the side while continuing to concentrate on the object. By focusing on the dark space near the object, the object appears more clearly.

presented: Mendenhall Center for the Performing Arts, Smith College, Northampton MA (Feb 2022)


The Fox, The Hawk & The Sentinel

created and performed by Molly R-W & Randee Paufve

For the hawk we saw when we needed it most, and the fox and sentinel that live inside us all.

presented: Clark Kerr Campus, Berkeley (Mar 2021)


What It's Like

created and performed by Aviva & Molly R-W and Del Medoff

It's eye smiles, computer eyes, and seeing friends with new eyes. It's houses full of time we used to spend in public places. It's mask breath and accidentally brushing a stranger's pinky. It's finding things you never knew and missing things you never named. It's moving along despite it all. It's all of it.

presented: Strawberry Creek Park, Berkeley (Fall 2020)

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film by Martin Leggarigues

dancing by Aviva & Molly R-W

May you meet your tattered twin.

May you never forget her perfume,

his laugh, their genius glee.

-Martin Shaw

filmed at the Albany Bulb, Albany CA (May 2020)


Mind The Gap

created and performed by Aviva & Molly R-W

Between communication and understanding lies a vast, sometimes hilarious, at times perilous, uniquely indescribable abyss. Join the intimate journey of two twins exploring the gap between them. We stretch the limits of our uncommon understanding, grasping for the words in every language available—singing, dancing, flipping, climbing, rolling, and pitching ourselves ever onward towards an increasingly elusive clarity. What results is, well, hard to explain. 


Kinetic Arts Center, Oakland CA (Jan 2019)

"8x8x8", The Uptown, Oakland CA (Jan 2019)

"Dance Lovers", Joe Goode Annex, SF CA (Feb 2019)

TicTac Art Centre, Brussels BE (Aug 2019) - excerpt


"Best Special Production" (nominated) - Theatre Bay Area

"Best Voice/Text/Sound" (nominated) - Izzy Awards


Social Movement

created by Molly R-W in collaboration with Chelsea Brown, Ky Frances, Jesse Wiener, and Galen Rogers

An evening of moving targets, hand signals, hope, and human pyramids. Loud, weird, fast, funny, slow, and tender. Join us as we sift through the trials of group action and explore the power of the collective imagination. 50 minutes.

presented: Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, Berkeley CA (Nov 2018)



created and performed by Chelsea Brown, Jesse Wiener & Molly R-W

A dance inspired by rivers and oceans on a tiny scale. Four feet by four feet, to be precise. 

presented: Marko Disco Night Club, Tijuana MX (Apr 2018)

Awards: Semi-Finalist, "4x4 TJ Nights" Concurso de Coreografía


Side By Side

created and performed by Aviva & Molly R-W

Two people careen through life side-by-side, always moving, always together. This piece explores a relationship too thick to be broken moving through terrain too tough to take pause. A physical exploration of isolation, companionship, navigation, and distance in love, it requires continuous movement but never gets far. Soon, it looks deeply at fatigue. 


LEVY Studio, SF CA (Jan 2017)

Finnish Hall, Berkeley CA (Jan 2017)

"8x8x8", The Uptown, Oakland CA (Jan 2017)



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