ERIKA RANDALL is a teacher, dancer, choreographer and filmmaker, as well as the Chair of the University of Colorado Boulder's Department of Theatre & Dance. As a performer, she has worked with Anna Sapozhnikov, Megan Odom, Teena Marie Custer, Sydney Skybetter, Sara Hook, David Parker, the Bang Group, Michelle Ellsworth, the Mark Morris Dance Group, and Buglisi/Foreman Dance. Her choreography has been seen in four countries and 16 states over the last 10 years, and her screendance works "Down for the Count," "less," "more" and "self defense" — with collaborators Daniel Beahm and Markas Henry — have screened at festivals such as the Sans Souci Dance Cinema Festival, Starz Denver Film Festival, the Florence Queer Festival in Italy and the Façade Film Festival in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Randall co-wrote, directed and choreographed the feature-length dance film "Leading Ladies," which has played to sold-out audiences at more than 65 festivals worldwide. Since 2017, Randall has had the great privilege of collaborating as the choreographer for CSF's "Twelfth Night," "As You Like It," "Romeo and Juliet," "Richard III," "You Can't Take It With You," "Cyrano de Bergerac" and "The Taming of the Shrew."