May 2016 // Photo by Mason Chapello

Laura DeAngelis is a dancer and artist originally from New Jersey. For 8 years she performed as a part of the Washington Rock Modern Company under the direction of Cleo Mack in conjunction with the Cleo Mack Dance Project. She has performed in works such as The Rite of Spring and has done integrated performances in places such as New Jersey’s Ground’s For Sculpture. DeAngelis began performing her own works ranging from solos to large group works at the age of 16 through the Washington Rock Modern Company and through the Watchung Hills Regional High School Dance Ensemble. As a BFA Student at The Ohio State University, DeAngelis performed works by noted choreographers Chien Ying-Wang and works by her undergraduate and graduate peers. In 2017 she performed her first collegiate work in The Dance Department’s Winter Concert. She has also conducted many independent film and photography projects. In the fall DeAngelis will be performing alongside Ballet Met in their performance with OSU’s department in Ohad Naharin’s Minus 16 in the show Parallel Connections. She is currently still pursuing her BFA in dance and a BA in European History.