Bloom and Residue

Presented by projectALCHEMY


The Studio@620 welcomes ‘bloom and residue‘, presented by projectALCHEMY, St. Petersburg’s most innovative dance company and artist Rebekah Lazaridis.

Blurring the line between observer and participant, ‘bloom and residue’ calls upon audience members to take part in a sensory feast where dancers seamlessly intertwine with a bewitching visual narrative. This unique dance experience will be presented amidst a creative installation for a fully creative immersion.

A wholly symbiotic relationship between Alexander Jones and Rebekah Lazaridis exists within the world they’ve created. Inspired by the resurrection plant Rose of Jericho, Lazaridis crafts the backdrop for the spellbinding movement choreographed by Jones. Inspired by themes of cycles, transformation, and the remnants we leave behind, bloom and residue invites audiences to explore the interconnectedness of movement and art in an immersive environment. Guests can see the art installation in progress during Second Saturday Art Walk on March 9, 2024 from 5:00-9:00 PM.  The performative elements of bloom and residue will premiere two weekends later on Thursday, March 21st through Saturday, March 23rd at 7:30p at The Studio@620.

Redefining cycles of renewal through interactive design and performance, bloom and residue marries dance with visual art, exploring themes of change, transformation and new life with new eyes.


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About projectALCHEMY

projectALCHEMY, under the executive artistic direction Alexander Jones, is an international dance+ company based in St. Petersburg, Florida, engaging the dance community and local audiences through immersive interdisciplinary performance, affordable movement classes and dance artist development opportunities. We share the artistic talent of our community through live performance and online exchanges with dance companies around the world.

Our vision is to create a thriving dance+ ecosystem where high quality dance experiences are easily accessible to artists and audiences. Following the process of alchemy, we value creating through intentional collaboration resulting in the transformation of the artists we work with and the environments we inhabit. We believe that diversity in all its forms is necessary to spark imagination, provide accessible spaces and encourage meaningful dialogue about the intersection of the performance content and the audience experience.

To learn more about projectALCHEMY, visit

About Rebekah Lazaridis

Rebekah Lazaridis is a multidisciplinary artist behind bloom and residue. Having an extensive background in professional theater as a scenic artist, Rebekah’s work has included large scale installations, immersive art experiences, theatrical design, illustration and mural work. Currently she creates architectural renderings of homes and nostalgic spaces and is the artist behind @homeillustrations. You can find her work at

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