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Stacey Allen (MA,BA) creates community through public movement art. Stacey's choreographic perspective is to create works that are culturally competent and incorporate social justice and activism and embrace non-traditional theatergoers. From starting with Urban Souls to co-founding Pretty Cultured to leading Nia’s Daughters Movement Collective, her work is to be delivered back to the people. Recent work includes “Formed in My Grandmother’s Womb” as a part of Project Row Houses’ Round 50: Race, Health, and Motherhood (2019), "A Single Thread Weaves a Future" as part of Fresh Arts’ SpaceTaking Residency (2021) and “The Fairytale Project” at Discovery Green (2022.) Stacey Allen is a currently a Project Freeway Fellow with Diverse Work (22-23.) Stacey also serves as the Director of Artistic Programming at Harris County Cultural Arts Council.