• See Us live!

    Revolve: A Movement Display

    For our second year performing in Revolve, we're creating "Male | Female," a commentary on gender roles. Soundtracked by a discussion we hosted and recorded of male, female, and transgender artists, we'll showcase multi-form dance exploring what we've been taught, where it's brought us, and our hopes for the future. Come see us both nights alongside some of Austin’s most talented dance creators and performers!


    “Male | Female” dancers are Matt Shields, Michelle Barfield, Daniel Broxton, Cassidy Sainz, and Amir Hammoudeh. Recording by Michael Ryan Hernandez and Ben Lee.


    www.RevolveAustin.com for tickets + information


    **Revolve after-party is Saturday night following the performance at Nickel City! With a dance-themed half-price menu, 100% of profits from the cash-only bar (open 10p.m.-12a.m.) will go toward the choreographers in the show!!**


    They Go Wild Screening

    They Go Wild Premiere Party is set for October 20th! Join us for dance, both on screen and live, in the charming Gallery at Lewis Carnegie on East Cesar Chavez! First a live performance and now a film, we shot this duet at Commons Ford Ranch in Austin, Texas. Complimentary cocktails provided by Aviation Gin, Sombra Mezcal, and Grey Goose. Lastly, we'll announce our new company name at the event!


    A collaboration with cinematographer Ben Lee. Danced by Laura Mobley and Lauren Parra. Spoken word by Amber Wilson and music by Marion Harris. Set photography and flyer design by Derek Butvin. More at @dancecreationsatx!


    Get your tickets here!



    Austin Poetry Slam Feature

    I am so thrilled to be presenting the Austin Poetry Slam's feature performance on October 30th! Every Tuesday, Spiderhouse Ballroom hosts a competition between Austin's best slam poets. Each week a non-competing headliner performs between the first and final rounds - a title held by artists from all over the nation. On the night before Halloween, our feature slot will combine dance with spoken word for this fun, energetic audience!


    8pm show, $8 tickets at the door.



    Let's Review:


    Revolve: A Movement Display 9/21-9/22

    They Go Wild Premiere Party 10/20

    Austin Poetry Slam Feature 10/30


    Jot 'em down! See you there.

    :) -SP

  • news

    New Video!

    Fall & Lift on YouTube now!! Click the picture to watch our short improvisational film! Danced with Yelena Laningham, captured by Peter Klemek, edited by muah.





  • Against Shadows Trailer

    Ten performers in five scenes explore racial and gender discrimination against graffiti sites in Austin and San Francisco.

    I Begin

    "I am literally smiling, now. I am really, truly filled with joy watching this. It exudes the joys of coming home. It's not quite like anything I've seen before. It feels like each of the places themselves are Stephanie’s dance partners, with Texas being her final, real partner. I did not see her dancing IN a place, as much as WITH a place."

    - Kathryn Taylor, viewer

    hide and seek

    With contemporary dance, spoken word, and tap, we presented this piece about receiving feedback as an artist 9 times in the San Francisco Bay Area. This particular performance took place at Dance Mission in October, as part of Colin Epstein's Constants And Variables 2015. 


    Dancing the piece are Bianca Mendoza, Suzy Myre, Courtney Armani, Seren Pendleton-Knoll, and Stephanie Patrick. Thank you to our donors, techies, show organizers, and everyone else who made this piece happen! 



    Last SF Show!


    This solo was performed at SAFE House Arts in May 2016, an improvised piece to "Love Me in Whatever Way" by James Blake. I requested to dance with the windows open, so I could look over San Francisco, while I performed there for the last time!


    This piece was dedicated to my late friend, Alex O'Brien. The first version was created by myself and Dana Jacklyn Roy, which is what this footage documents. Later versions included Bianca Mendoza and Nikki Bulman.


    This rehearsal footage was filmed at Principal Creative and Performing Arts in San Mateo, of whom presented Stephanie Patrick Dance The Starving Artists Award, 2015. This piece was shown at Spector Dance in Marina, CA, then Grace Cathedral and Dance Mission in San Francisco.


    We were honored to receive the Starving Artists Award from Principal Creative and Performing Arts for this piece in January 2015!! This was SPD's last performance at The Garage in San Francisco, CA before it moved to its new home at SAFE House Arts. August 2014. Dancers: Dana Jacklyn Roy, Joanna Gartner, Jack McGill, Stephanie Patrick.


    SPD's first show ever!!! Performed by some amazing Austin dancers that are still doing incredible things. Kristin Nicolaisen, Kelsey Oliver, Danielle Storey, Erica Saucedo, Lacee Fortune, Alexandra Maurice, Stephanie Patrick, and cameo by Ciann Spiller. Daugherty Arts Center, August 2012


    About Stephanie

    Performer, director, choreographer, guacamole enthusiast.


    • Stephanie Patrick Dance, director, choreographer, writer, and dancer, since 2012

    Awards and honors include:


    -Q Grant from The Creative Fund, August 2017

    -2016 Dance Artist Development Award from Arcos Dance

    -2015 Starving Artists Award from Principal Creative and Performing Arts

    -Recipient of Resident Artist Workshop (RAW) at SAFE House Arts June and December 2015

    • Andrea Torres Dance Company in Austin, Texas, dancer, 2016-2017                                                                                   https://www.facebook.com/The-Andrea-Torres-Dance-Company-166288800107121/
    • Twisted Oak Theatre in San Francisco, dancer and co-creator for Colin Epstein, 2014-2015                                                 http://twistedoakdance.wix.com/home
    • City Dance in San Francisco, teacher of adult contemporary class, 2015-2016
    • Alonzo King Lines Dance Center in San Francisco, substitute teacher, 2015
    • Asheville Contemporary Dance Theater, dancer and choreographer, 2013
    • Asheville Ballet, dancer and youth choreographer, 2013
    • Tapestry Dance Company in Austin, Texas, apprentice, 2012
    • University of Oklahoma, Bachelors Degree in Drama with academic distinction, 2008
    • Steps On Broadway, work/study program, 2007
    • Professional multi-form dance teacher since 2007
    • Dance, acting, and singing training for the professional stage since youth
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