Maddison Manolis and Alison Vitale are contemporary dance artists based in Pittsburgh, PA. As Slippery Rock University Alumni, they earned their BFA degrees in Dance with an emphasis in Performance and Choreography in 2018. Both artists have performed in Lindsay Viatori’s “Over Exposed,” concert at the New Hazlett Theater and work by Teena Marie Custer at the August Wilson Center. Manolis and Vitale were casted in a dance film produced by Marta Renzi, “Plant, Plow, Reap,” that has been shown nationally and internationally around the world. As a duet, MVment has performed their own work at Texas Woman’s University, they gala stage at The American College Dance Association, Gibney Dance, Koresh Artist Showcase, DUMBO Dance Festival, Koresh Come Together Festival, Pittsburgh’s NACHMO Dance Festival, SoloDuo Dance Festival, Kun-Yang Lin InHale/ExHale series, and newMoves Contemporary Dance Festival, Cleveland Dance Festival and Ascendance Dance Showcase. Recent choreographic opportunities/residencies include Race for Grace, FORGE Summer Dance Intensive, Millenium Dance Complex Pittsburgh and fireWALL Dance. Furthermore, MVment is currently curating an evening’s-length work.