Rozann Kraus, Resident Choreographer at the Central Square Theater, has served on the on the faculties of the Yale School of Drama, New England Conservatory of Music and Boston University. In 1991, she founded The Dance Complex, rescuing the historic Odd Fellows Hall and creating the Shared Choreographers’ Series mentorship program, DanceMonth and DanceMonth in the Schools. Winner of an Artists Foundation Choreography Fellowship, a Choreography Fellowship from the State of Ohio, the Paul Robeson Award, an award from WILPF and Arts Lottery Grants from five cities, her work has been commissioned by a wide range of sponsors, including the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, The Yale Art Gallery, Composers in Red Sneakers and (for nine consecutive years) Boston’s First Night. Touring throughout the country as teacher, choreographer and performer, Ms. Kraus has been a guest choreographer at MIT, the Cambridge School of Weston and Tufts University and was an Artist in Residence at Clark University’s Center for Contemporary Performance and many other institutions. A community activist (irritant), she is also a published author and poet.