You are unique, and if that is not fulfilled, then something has been lost.
-- Martha Graham

About Evangel

Evangel King is a contemporary dance artist. She creates dances for herself, other soloists, as well as companies. Evangel gives workshops and performances locally and on tour. For thirty plus years she’s been living in the rich and stimulating San Francisco Bay Area.

She received her B.A. at the University of California at Santa Barbara and her M.A. from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Ohio. Both are in dance.

Evangel has been artist-in-residence at: Western Michigan University, Indiana University, Cleveland State University, Case Western Reserve University, Portland State University, and Fresno State University. In addition to performing her own choreography and two solos created by Deborah Hay who is from the revolutionary 1960's Judson Dance Theatre.

Evangel is a founder of Choreographers Performance Alliance. CPA curates the longest running performance series in the Bay Area. She is a staff member of the service organization Dancers’ Group.

Evangel teaches modern dance technique and the somatic work, Ideokinesis. Her writings about dance have appeared in the national publication Contact Quarterly and the monthly publication for the Bay Area, In Dance.

Presently, she is co-creating on-site solo dance films. Evangel is part of a group of movement artists delving into challenging themes using Anna Halprin’s Life/Art Score-making Process.