Above: Antigonick (2015) Co-Directed by Hope Mohr and Mark Jackson
Photo Margo Moritz.

extreme lyric I (2018) highlight

extreme lyric I (2018) trailer

Liam Everett and Hope Mohr Dance at SFMoMA (2017)

Precarious (2017) Highlight Reel

Manifesting (2016) Highlight Reel

Manifesting (2016) Promo

The Slow Line (Collaboration with Tracy Taylor Grubbs 2015)

Stay (2015) Highlights
I was drawn to painter Francis Bacon's commitment to subverting narrative in his creative process through the use of "free marks"-- throwing paint and other improvisational procedures designed to bring chaos into an otherwise carefully composed canvas. I'm also drawn to the co-existence, in Bacon's work, of formal composition and difficult subject matter. Rather than recreate Bacon's imagery, Stay echoes the impact of a Bacon painting: visceral punch, emotional disturbance. 

Anne Carson’s ANTIGONICK for Shotgun Players, co-directed by Hope Mohr and Mark Jackson

s(oft is)hard (2014)
S(oft is)hard continues my interest in writing as part of choreographic thinking. Starting at age nine, I kept a journal to hear my own voice. Journaling is a form of repetition, but also change: at some point, I no longer needed it. My last journal dates to 2000, when I landed my first contract with a professional dance company. As I birthed a public identity as an artist, a private writing self became less necessary. The process of making s(oft is)hard involved sifting through 89 journals spanning twenty years. I kept the first and last, but the rest went into the recycling bin.  -Hope Mohr

2014 Repertory Highlights