Aaron M. Wood

Teacher - Choreographer - Performer

Creative Work -

2014

  • Title: Carnage of Our Autonomy
Work for seven dancers.

Performed: University of Wyoming
- Faculty Work; Laramie, WY

2013

  • Title: While Nine Were Wishing
Work for nine dancers.

Performed: Utah Valley University
- Guest Artist Residency Commission; Orem, UT

2012
  • Title: The Yellow Wallpaper
Work for four dancers and one actor.

Performed: In conjunction with the Repertory Dance Theatre's LINK Program; Salt Lake City, UT

  • Title: Gamut
Work for six to sixteen dancers.

Performed: In conjunction with Arts Across Nebraska; Lincoln, NB
Work for twelve to seventeen dancers.

Performed: Snowy Range Summer Dance Festival; Laramie, WY

  • Title: 8 Seconds of Fame
Work for seven dancers.

Performed: Repertory Dance Theatre season show EMBARK; Salt Lake City, UT

2011
  • Title: The Book Worms
Work for three dancers.

Performed: Repertory Dance Theatre season show Snapshots; Salt Lake City, UT

2010
  • Title: Comings and Goings
Work for six dancers.

Performed: Western Wyoming Community College - Guest Artist Residency Commission; Rock Springs, WY

  • Title: The Recyclables
Work for three dancers.

Performed: Repertory Dance Theatre season show Imagine That!; Salt Lake City, UT

2009
  • Title: As you are, I was; as I am you will be
Work for seven dancers.

Performed: In conjunction with the Repertory Dance Theatre's LINK Program; Salt Lake City, UT

  • Title: The Three Fates
Work for three dancers.

Performed: In conjunction with the Repertory Dance Theatre's LINK Program; Salt Lake City, UT

  • Title: Open Faced: with a side of M.A.Y.O.
Work for 2 dancers and 2 actors.

Performed: In conjunction with the Repertory Dance Theatre's LINK Program; Salt Lake City, UT


2008
  • Title: Appalachia Waltz
Work for seven dancers.

Performed: Repertory Dance Theatre season show Joyride; Salt Lake City,
UT

Dancer and choreographer Aaron Wood's "Appalachia waltz" is a well-constructed and emotion-filled moment within the otherwise frantic and silly performance.
-Kathy Adams, Salt Lake Tribune, November 2008

Aaron Wood's lyrical "Appalachia Waltz" ... captured the audience's hearts through movement, color and sound.
-Scott Iwasaki, Deseret News, November 2008
  • Title: Refract
Work for solo dancer.

Performed: In conjunction with the Repertory Dance Theatre's LINK Program; Salt Lake City,
UT

Duet work, in collaboration with Sarah Donohue.

Performed: In conjunction with the Repertory Dance Theatre's LINK Program; Salt Lake City, UT

  • Title: Q & A
Duet work, in collaboration with Sarah Donohue.

Performed: In conjunction with the Repertory Dance Theatre's LINK Program; Salt Lake City,
UT

2007
Duet work, in collaboration with Sarah Donohue.

Performed: University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT

  • Title: Conscious Timeline
Duet work, in collaboration with Sarah Donohue

Performed: University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT

2006

Work for solo dancer.

Premiered: University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT


2004

  • Title: Caught

Dance for camera, in collaboration with Rosa Vissers.

Screened: 2004 Symposium on Arts and Technology: University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT

  • Title: Dancing Men

Documentary regarding gender roles and identity seen through the lens of male dancers.

Screened: University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT

  • Title: The Faces We Wear

A multi-media work created as an abstract version of an "impossible body".

Screened: University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT

2003

  • Title: Dante's Trilogy; A Modern Work

Work for 12-20 dancers.

Performed: University of Wyoming; Laramie, WY

  • Title: Unknown Intent

Work for 5-7 dancers.

Performed: University of Wyoming; Laramie, WY

2002

  • Title: Yada... Yada... Yada...

Work for 3-7 dancers.

Performed: University of Wyoming; Laramie, WY