Courtney King and Chloë Zimberg attended the University of San Francisco and met through the Performing Arts and Social Justice program. King and Zimberg founded Chlo & Co Dance in 2015. They have had the pleasure of presenting work at The Contemporary Jewish Museum, The Tenderloin Museum, the Joe Goode Annex, the LEVYsalon, Little Boxes Theater, and SAFEhouse Art's. They have presented work in the National Queer Arts Festival, West Wave Dance Festival, and the sjDANCEco Festival. Chlo & Co Dance is a fiscally sponsored company of FACT/SF, a San Francisco-based contemporary dance company.
Chlo & Co Dance produces Drove, which takes place twice a year and brings together Bay Area artists for an evening of curated work. Since the first iteration in May 2016, Drove has supported over twenty five artists and has been hosted in four venues.
King and Zimberg founded Chlo & Co Dance in 2015 with the two main goals of making and performing contemporary-based dance work as well as creating and supporting artistic community. The company works to generate aesthetically dynamic choreography that is both physically rigorous and intricate. The impetus to create is spurred by recognizing, setting, and breaking limitations. At the core of Chlo & Co Dance is active communication, which is practiced in both process and performance.
The company engages and supports the ever-growing community of emerging and early professional artists by producing a biannual event, Drove.
In pursuit of their mission, King and Zimberg believe that honesty and clear intention are integral to success and growth. Chlo & Co Dance strives to manifest these beliefs in each project they pursue.
Contact Chlo & Co Dance with any questions, feedback, or performance opportunities. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are available for commission work and welcome new experiences and challenges.
from Houston, Texas, continued her dance research post-university at the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance. She’s worked with artists including Courtney Mazeika, Erica Sobol, Detour Dance, Fullstop Dance, Khala Brannigan, No)One Art House and RAWdance. She recently shared her solo choreographic studies in “Batshit,” exploring contrast, perception, and the meeting of creative process and performance.
Grim Girls, Appearing Tonight As (2016) & Non-Concentric Circles (2016)
a native of Santa Fe, NM, is a choreographer, performer and teaching artist currently based in San Francisco. In 2017 she graduated from the University of San Francisco with a BA in Performing Arts and Social Justice (Dance), and International Studies. Since moving to San Francisco, she has performed works by Fog Beast, The Foundry, Nicole Klaymoon, Simpson/Stulberg Collaborations, D Montalvo, and most recently as a guest artist with Robert Moses’ Kin.