We have a surprise bonus episode to end our second season, hosted by Aria Evans. This week Aria talks with Danah Rosales.
Danah Rosales (She/Her/Siya) is a Toronto based cis-queer millennial; second-generation Canadian-Filipinx; a daughter; a dawta; a sister; a sis; a mother of two little humans; a mutha of a kiki house; and an artist in which her work encompasses interdisciplinary performance, performing, choreography, collaboration, teaching, and active community participation and organization.
Growing up in Toronto, hip hop culture was a large contributing part of her initial understanding and fascination of expression that led her passion, interests, and pursuance of dance and culture. Danah was a music and dance major at the Etobicoke School of the Arts and is graduate of the School of Toronto Dance Theatre.
She has worked alongside various artists such as Kent Monkman, Andrea Spaziani, Francesca Chudnoff, Annie MacDonnell, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Ballet Creole, Blank Canvas Collective, Mix Mix Collective, Rude Collective, Toronto Dance Theatre, Jennifer Laiwint, Dorian Electra, Hollywood Jade, Matthew ‘Snoopy Lanvin’ Cuff, Scott Fordham and more.