Directed/Choreographed by Janet Roston

Music Director, David O

Marc Shaiman, Music and Lyrics

Scott Whittman, Lyrics

Michael Donovan, Casting

Scott M. Riesett, Music Mixing

Christopher Sepulveda, Producer

Created to raise money for The Actors Fund

Named Top Video 2020 by The Washington Post. Over 3.5 million YouTube views



A teen horror film, created with teen dancers during the pandemic.

Directed/Choreographed by Janet Roston.

Editor, Sound Mixer, Virtual DP: Joe LaRue

Film Festival Awards (partial list): Milan Gold, Indie Short Fest, Shockfest, London International Shorts, Paris International Shorts, San Francisco Indie Festival



Shot at Muckenthaler Cultural Center

Directed/Choreographed by Janet Roston

Cinematography and Edited by Ariel Benarroch

Music: Debussy

Dancers: Dominique McDougal, Tiffany Wolff

Film Festival Awards (partial list): Hollywood Gold, Opine Dance Fest, Indie X Film Fest, San Francisco Indie Fest, Milan Gold



Shot in Arles, France in July 2017 at the Alyscamp Cemetery

Director and Choreographee: Janet Roston

Camera: Daniel Valentine, Ariel Benarroch

Still Photography: Barry Weiss

Editing: Daniel Valentine

Dancers: Kate Coleman, Jackie Hinton, Denise Woods,

          Tiffany Wolff, Ben Bigler

Music: Juana Molina

Winner Temecula Film Fest



Director and Choreographer: Janet Roston

Camera and Editing: Daniel Valentine

Music: Cindy Shapiro

Dancers: Micaela De Pauli and Michael Quiett



Co-Directors: Joe LaRue and Janet Roston

Camera and Editing: Joe LaRue

Music: Dhana

Choreographer: Janet Roston

Dancers: Jacqueline Lloyd and Michael Quiett

Tag! A Quarantine Dance


While the world sheltered-at-home, we at Mixed eMotion Theatrix decided to have a little fun of our own. We invited not only our performers, but everyone who works with MeMT to participate. Our Executive Director, Artistic Director, Social Media and Marketing Director, along with composers, videographers, and photographers joined our performers to create 15 seconds of movement that linked to those who performed them. They then “tagged” the next performer and so on. Along with being a lot of fun to create, the resulting video created connectedness in spite of social distancing. It helped us realize that art will endure in spite of the many challenges it may face.