June 8 & June 9, 2022


Alexandria performs as Key in ZORA on My Mind


Zora on My Mind is a jazz/blues chamber musical that writes the story of Key, a woman Zora would want to see. Key, a fiercely independent and strong-minded Black woman, runs her own businesses - a one-chair beauty shop and an inherited boarding house. When shoe shine salesman Malik rents a room in Key's place, the two of them change up the story. Two female interlocutors, Sophie, and Draft want to author the character's journeys, but the spirit of Zora thrives. The work is inspired by Zora Neale Hurston's essays "Characteristics of Negro Expression" and "How it Feels to be Colored Me".

Book by Anita Gonzalez




Music and Lyrics by Diana Lawrence Directed by Kym Moore Dramaturgy by Jordan Ealey Choreography by Alexandria Davis Performed by: Alexandria Davis, Nicole Hill, Diana Lawrence, Da'Von Moody Devised by Shaka Gonzalez Brown, Alexandria Davis, Antonio Disla, Anita Gonzalez, Diana Lawrence, and Fredi Walker-Browne Musical Direction by Glenn Pearson

The Woodshed for Art, Thought, and Culture at the Georgetown Racial Justice Institute and the Department of Performing Arts invite you to join us for our workshop performance of Anita Gonzalez’s Zora on My Mind.

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Collective Sweat Detroit
Movement Scores w/Alexandria Davis

February 21, 2021

Alexandria Davis, one of the guest choreographers for the upcoming Flatlands Dance Theatre’s (FDT) Solo Series

May 1-8 2021


Alexandria Davis performs solo, Ancestral Echos at Teatro Eugene O'Neill of San Josè, Costa Rica in collaboration with University of Michigan Graduate students and Faculty

June 14, 2019

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The Essence of Pearls Dance Ensemble performs in the 39th annual historic 5th avenue arts festival

April 18, 2018

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