Eugenia Titterington (Stagehand/Administrative Intern), is a senior at New College of Florida studying literature and performance studies. Her current thesis research focuses on the ways dancers can access a collective bodily knowledge to provide audiences an emotionally empathetic experience. Eugenia has continued her training in dance through the mentorship of Leymis Bolaños Wilmott and by serving as New College’s teaching assistant of dance for almost three years. She has had the opportunity to perform her co-created works, Experiment #42.000 (2017) and What Lies Beneath (2018) at the John and Mable Ringling Museum, served as an assistant dramaturg for Asolo Repertory Theatre’s production of ROE (2018), and has worked on various other campus and community performance projects.