the company

InnerLandscapes is a collective of artists who each create their own works. Although each of us speaks with our own unique voice and comes from different backgrounds, we all share a common vision, which is dedicated to experimenting and creating new forms of expression.

InnerLandscapes ladies

Nomi Bachar - performer, writer and a psychotherapist. Born in Israel where she graduated from Bet-Tzvi (The School for the Performing Arts), and performed leading roles with some of the best theater companies. Studied with Uta Hagen in New York for five years. Presently practicing psychotherapist, workshop leader, choreographer, writer and producer of her own theater pieces. First as a soloist and later with InnerLandscapes, her pieces include Destination Love, Blessed Death, Mary Magdalene, The Telephone Call, Dr. Love, and May I Live.
Nicole Holst Nicole Holst - is a new member of InnerLandscapes Dance Theater collective, and holds a B.A. in dance from California State University, Long Beach. She has performed in works by Paul Taylor, Martha Graham and Anna Sokolow.  Ms. Holst recently performed in an Off-Off-Broadway production, and works regularly with choreographer Laura Stilwell, in addition to performing her own solos. Her work has been seen in both Los Angeles and New York including such spaces as Dance New Amsterdam, Greenpoint Performance Salon, The Triad Theatre and this summer at Fielday/Frying Pan Barge. More details including a full resume and event information can be found at her personal website:
Amiti Perry Amiti Perry - a native Texan and new member of the collective, received her BA in Dance from the University of North Texas. She has produced, choreographed and performed original works consistently over the years as well as co-founded DIP|dance company with collaborator Coco Loupe with which she has presented and performed works in New York, Texas, Louisiana and Ohio. Professionally, she has performed as a guest artist with Rachel Lampert and Dancers (Ithaca, NY) and for four years she performed, taught, assisted and designed nationally and internationally with Skip Costa/CORE movement Project-NYC. Amiti recently returned to NYC after a three-year hiatus during which she received her MFA in Choreography from the Department of Dance at The Ohio State University.
Kathryn Sullivan - danced professionally with the Boston Ballet, Les Grands Ballet Canadians, and Les Ballet de Nancy. She currently teaches at STEPS on Broadway and is on the faculty at New York University and Barnard College. She also teaches master classes and judges for several dance teachers' associations, including Dance Master of America. Her choreography has been presented at Joyce Soho, Dumbo Arts Festival, New Choreographers on Pointe, STEPS Beyond Showcases, Barnard's Miller Theater, Raw Space Theater, 92nd St. Y and Cunningham Studio.

•  last updated June, 2006 •