Mira Treatman is a dance-theatre artist. She creates empirically-driven live performances stemming from a joyous, rigorous research process. As a dancer, Mira has performed in works by Sylvain Emard, Zornitsa Stoyanova, Katherine Kiefer Stark, and Cie. Carabosse with Teatro Linea de Sombra. Her longterm collaborators include filmmaker Irina Varina and composer Susanna Payne-Passmore. Mira's work has been presented at the Sandy Spring Museum (Maryland), Goldilocks Gallery (Philadelphia), Dixon Place (New York), and in basements and living rooms from Philadelphia to Wisconsin. In 2015 she completed a post-baccalaureate at Headlong Performance Institute where she studied with David Brick, Amy Smith, Mark Lord, Eiko Otake and Ishmael Houston-Jones. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in theatre directing from Beloit College. While at Arts Letters & Numbers Mira is engaging in a daily movement practice in support of the creation of a new work around moving an audience across major public bridges in urban centers.