Alethea Pace

Alethea Pace, photo by Trevon Blondet

Alethea Pace is a Bronx-based choreographer and performer. Her solo performance work, trying to sweep back the ocean with a broom, was created with support from Pepatian’s Open Call Residency and was performed at BAAD! (2016) and NYLA (2017). Her following work, Bring Me Flowers, was developed with support from NYLA’s Fresh Tracks, Dancing While Black, 92Y Harkness Dance and premiered at Pregones Theater in 2018. Alethea has performed with numerous choreographers and was a member of Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre for eight years. She received the BRIO award and CUNY Dance Initiative in 2019. She is currently in CCNY’s Digital and Interdisciplinary Arts Practice MFA program.

Here goes the neighborhood (excerpts)

Alethea Pace’s Here goes the neighborhood (excerpts) is an offering to the Bronx, a glimpse into memories of a place faced with forgetting, erasure, transformation, and possibility. It is an invitation to reclaim space and a reminder of the wealth of knowledge we have in our bodies, histories, and communities.