Theater & Dance


Plague is a new, interdisciplinary work that combines music, theater, and devised movement. Aesthetically drawing from the Black Plague of Medieval Europe, Plague is an abstract exploration of death and its effect on those around it. Each of the scenes embodies a different aspect of how people deal with death: fragility, grief, inevitability, fear, and futility.

This workshopped iteration of the project was the culmination of Drew’s third year in residence at CalArts. The piece utilizes her signature extended piano technique and textural writing as well as featuring her love of floating melodies and large harmonic textures.

I. Opening (0:04)
II. “Monologue” (4:17)
III. Futility (8:58)
IV. Fragility (12:40)
V. [Tell me…] (19:17)
VI. Danse Macabre (28:03)
VII. Finality (34:18)

one shift three

Choreographed by Mackenzie Miller (for her Graduation Dance Thesis at University of Washington)
Dancers: Lilli Clausen, Megan Ess, Rummi Ganguly, Jessica Huang, Angel Langley, Charlotte Lee, Venise Lee, Melissa Sugita
Original Score Eight by Drew Corey



Mad World (arr. Drew Corey)

Choreographed and Performed by Mackenzie Miller and Vanessa Gross
Arrangement and live vocals by Drew Corey
Original Song “Mad World” by Gary Jules

Theater & Dance Repertoire

Eye for Eye
(2016) – directed and adapted by Ian Miller (Chicago, IL)
one shift three (2015) – choreography by Mackenzie Miller (Seattle, WA)
Choreographers & Composers / Ashlee (2015) –  choreography by Ashlee Williams
Choreographers & Composers / Angelica (2015) – for dance, wine glasses and voice, choreography by Angelica Mondol Viana
Choreographers & Composers / Jodi (2015) – choreography by Jodi Porter
Choreographers & Composers / Kearian (2015) – for dance and Javanese gamelan, choreography by Kearian Giertz
Dance Drama: Perseus and Medusa (2015) – for dance and Javanese gamelan, choreography by Lexy Shimko (Valencia, CA)
Plague (2015) – for chamber orchestra, chorus, soprano soloist and actors (Valencia, CA)
Mad World arr. Drew Corey (2013) – choreography by Mackenzie Miller and Vanessa Gross (Novato, CA)