IRENE HONORA was born in Littleton, Colorado. Having studied her BFA at Ohio University, Irene’s most recent choreographic work, Monad debuted at The Movement Project's Transformer Station 2018 show in Cleveland. Previous choreographic works include When in Rome (2017), A Swing and A... (2016), Straw (2013), Free it Best (2013), and To Each His All (2014). She had the pleasure of interning with The Movement Project in 2014 during creation of the work Two Kinds of Light and performing in Gladys Bailin’s Newspapers at Ohio University. Irene became a company member at The Movement Project in 2015, and has performed with the company numerous times including such pieces as lnto View (2017), Interrupted (2016), and All together now... (2015). Irene is also interested in dance medicine and presented research on snapping hip syndrome at the annual International Association of Dance Medicine and Science's meeting held in Basel, Switzerland in the fall of 2014. Teaching is also a passion of hers, and Irene was honored to work with apprentices at the Center for Arts-Inspired Learning's Artworks program during the spring of 2015, as well as teaching for The Movement Project's summer intensives. Currently, Irene is dancing with The Movement Project as a company member, is co-founder of Cleveland arts collaboration dotdotdot, and is eager to see Cleveland's dance community grow and prosper.