Evelyn Langley is an Oklahoma-grown wanderer who studied Religion & Culture and Dance at Knox College and hybrid performance-making in Headlong Performance Institute. Tenderness, play, determination, and stretching of time are common threads in her work as she circles the worth of bodies and places through shining idiosyncrasies. When united with Alyssa Kennamer, Evelyn creates performative and visual work under the name Slow Clutch that investigates sensation alongside site and material. Evelyn is a company member of Almanac, with whom she has performed throughout New Jersey and Philadelphia, including full-length works Fronteras: An Homage to Whatshername (2017) and Fronteras: A Door in the Desert (2017). She has also worked closely with director & choreographer Arielle Pina, most notably on UNARMED, a performance that meditates on race in contemporary America, which was presented at Shiloh Baptist Church in 2015 and at Judson Church in NYC in 2016. Evelyn has been an artist in residence at Bearnstow (2014) and North Mountain (2016).