Peter Kyle (Director, Choreographer & Performer) is a dancer, choreographer, teacher and filmmaker. He created Peter Kyle Dance in 2006 to expand the reach of dance and other arts through collaboration. His critically acclaimed choreography has been commissioned and performed across the United States and overseas in Scotland, Norway, Germany, Cyprus, China, and Mexico. In New York City his company has performed at numerous historic venues including Abrons Arts Center, Joyce SoHo, Symphony Space, Judson Memorial Church, and the 92nd Street Y, among many others. Kyle toured internationally as a soloist with Nikolais and Murray Louis Dance and he also performed with Mark Morris Dance Group, Erick Hawkins Dance Company, Gina Gibney Dance, Works/Laura Glenn Dance and P3/east, among others. He teaches at Bard, Marymount Manhattan and Sarah Lawrence colleges, the Nikolais/Louis Foundation for Dance, Bearnstow, Sansori, and he conducts residencies and workshops internationally. His Tiny Dance Film Series has been installed in numerous cities internationally, including a three-city tour of China, and the Dance on Camera festival at Lincoln Center, among others. Kyle has received awards and grants from the Concours Internationale de Danse de Paris, the Pittsburgh Dance Council, Simpson Center for the Humanities, the Washington State Arts Commission, the AMC Live Music for Dance Program, and NYFA, among others. Kyle serves on the board of directors for Triskelion Arts, in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. More information at

Holley Farmer (Performer) loves working downtown with Peter and Jimmy.  As a leading dancer with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company from 1997-2009 she created twelve original roles and performed in 51 pieces ranging from 1956's 'Suite for Five' to 'Nearly Ninety', Merce's last creation. She holds a BFA, MFA, and Bessie for sustained achievement.  Currently, she is dancing the role of Babe in Twyla Tharp’s “Come Fly Away” on Broadway.

James Bigbee Garver (Director & Composer) has been working as a sound designer and composer since 2000, preferring the title of Sound Writer. He creates sonic inventions, soundscapes and music for live performance, interactive media and film, often mixing the timbres of acoustic instruments with synthetic audio to acheive a blend of otherworldly music. His tools consist of composed and sampled music, sound effects, and live signal processing. In New York, his music and sound designs for the stage have been heard at Lincoln Center, The 92nd St. Y, Joyce SoHo, The Atlantic Theatre Company, Japan Society, PS-122, The World Financial Center, and on Long Island at Robert Wilson's Watermill Center. He is currently based in Washington, DC where his work for theatre and dance has been heard at Signature Theatre, Woolly Mammoth Theatre, The Studio Theatre, Theater J, The Davis Center for Performing Arts, Rorschach Theatre, Synetic Theatre, WordDance, and CityDance Ensemble, among others. His sound designs for interactive media have appeared in exhibts at the American Museum of Natural History, the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History and American History, and the Megapolis Audio Festival. From 1995 to 2005, James performed extensively on stage at nationally-recognized experimental venues in New York City and Seattle. He spent 2002 on tour in Europe, portraying Le Baron in Cirque du Soleil’s popular spectacle Saltimbanco. More information at