She Says, "ENOUGH!"

By One Dance Company

Created by One Dance Company

She says, "ENOUGH!" to sexual violence, to patriarchy, by making her own way, defining her own identity. This show explores how we say, "ENOUGH!" with our bodies through movement and dance.
The creators say this show is appropriate for ages 7-11 and up
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She Says, "ENOUGH!" 08/02 8:30 PM Augsburg Studio $3.00

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Cast and Crew
Jenny Sung
Jenny Sung has been professionally dancing, choreographing, and teaching in the Twin Cities for over 15 years. Dance has taken Jenny to packed theaters in New York and Minnesota, orphanages in Romania, megachurches throughout the Midwest, Women’s Prisons, and outdoor festivals. It is the language she has been gifted to share and enter into stories of pain, reconciliation, and deliverance. She has worked with youth, inmates, refugees, elderly, and handicapable, along with other professional dancers to help people share their stories through movement. She is the Artistic Director and Founder of One Dance Company. Jenny is entering her 12th year of performing with Kinetic Evolutions Dance Company directed by Sarah Larose-Holland, and she is so honored to be sharing these stories of journeying through enoughness with you.
Alicia Ayodele
Alicia Ayodele enjoys dancing in community events, faith based programs, and professionally. She began dancing for the Evans High School hip hop team in Orlando, FL. Alicia trained in ballet and jazz at Florida State University (FSU) and was a member of Chameleon Dance, a hip hop/jazz troupe. In Minneapolis, she has performed works by choreographers, such as Deneane Richburg and Alanna Morris Van-Tassel, danced with Threads Dance Project (a contemporary company), and is currently performing with One Dance. She has also taught jazz/hip hop at Creo Dance and Arts Conservatory. Alicia has a Master's degree in Math (FSU) and a PhD in Educational Psychology (Quantitative Methods) from the University of Minnesota. She is interested in evaluation and assessment, particularly within the arts. When not dancing or teaching, she enjoys spending time with her husband and three children.
Jordan Bergman
Jordan A Bergman is a performing and visual artist working in the Twin Cities area. She is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College with a BA in Studio Art and Honors Dance. She has been dancing with One Dance Company since the summer of 2015. She has also danced for Rathaus productions and Altered Odyssey as well as shown choreography at the 9×22 Dance Lab. When she is not dancing you can find her painting or crocheting while binge watching Netflix.
Maura Bremer
Maura Bremer has been dancing, creating, and performing with One Dance Company since August of 2015. She is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College where she studied Communications, French, and performed and choreographed with the Gustavus Dance Company. Maura currently works as a Recruiter for a Minneapolis-based consulting firm and loves running around the lakes in Uptown, trying new coffee shops, and going hiking up North. Maura is so grateful for this community of women and so excited to be performing in her first Fringe show!
Courtney Castleberry
Courtney has been a member of One Dance Company since the summer of 2016. She graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College with majors in Sociology and Psychological Science and a minor in Dance. She loves growing alongside, creating change, and simply just being with the women of One Dance. She is passionate about equity within the world of education and youth advocacy. Courtney loves exploring and trying new things, especially with a good cup of coffee!
Claire Curran
Assistant Director/Choreographer/Performer
Claire is a creator of dance, story, and art. A company member since spring of 2015, Claire is deeply grateful to create space for community, healing, and transformation with One Dance. This year, Claire is deeply honored to step into the role of Assistant Director working closely with Jenny to bring our vision and values to life! Claire graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College, where she studied Religion and Peace Studies and danced with the Gustavus Dance Company. Claire spent the past 4 years leading climate justice communications. Now she is thrilled to be weaving her communication, art, and justice-seeking work together as the Marketing & Communications Director of In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre. She lives in South Minneapolis with her partner and puppy, together they make quite the pack!
Audi Dickey
Audi works as legal assistant and dance teacher. She graduated in 2016 from Gustavus Adolphus College with majors in Psychological Science and Political Science, with a Dance Minor. She enjoys spending time with her cat, being in the sunshine, and brunch.
Annie Hoffman
Guest Artist
Annie Hoffman has had the privilege of appearing onstage locally at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, the Twin Cities Tap Festival, and others. She has also received performing opportunities in Chicago, New York, and Poland. Annie is pursuing a BA in Dance from the University of Minnesota, and she believes in the power of art to move hearts and change the world.
Sophia Ogren-Dehn
A company member since 2014, Sophia is incredibly thankful for the intentional, creative, enriching community of One Dance. Sophia has a long and varied history of dance training, but she has never felt as at home and in love with movement as she does with One Dance. Sophia works at St. David’s Center for Child and Family Development and is pursuing her Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from St. Catherine University. She loves good food and true friends.
Kathryn Schroeder
Kathryn has been with One Dance since 2016, and she is so grateful to be dancing with this supportive, collaborative group of women. Kathryn is a graduate of the College of Design at the University of Minnesota, and from 9 to 5 she uses her curiosity and creativity as a UX designer. She loves running, listening to podcasts, and drinking iced tea in the sunshine.
Una Setia
Una Setia studied at the University of Oklahoma and the University of Minnesota where she graduated with a B.F.A. in dance. Una has been a yoga instructor since 2000. She teaches yoga at The Emily Program and Katun Corporation as well as offering private lessons and yoga parties. Una’s performance career has ranged from dancing in schools to educate students to more formal venues and even occasionally as a backup dancer for up and coming singers. She has performed with Kinetic Evolutions, Jeffrey Peterson Dance Company, and Ashleigh Penrod’s String Lights to name a few. Una is currently a member of Christopher Watson Dance Company and she also choreographs and coordinates dance flash mobs for a variety of organizations. She is thrilled to be dancing and creating again with one of her best friends, Jenny Sung.
Erin Simon
Erin Simon has been with One Dance since 2014 and is grateful for the opportunity to dance with creative and wise friends. Erin works for an intergenerational literacy tutoring program and enjoys spending her days with older adults and elementary school scholars. She loves podcasts, lake walks and Sunday night One Dance rehearsals.
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When do we say enough? How do we say enough with our bodies? What do we say enough to?

She says, "ENOUGH!" to sexual violence and the patriarchy.  She says, "ENOUGH!" to the forces that seek to divide us and keep us small.

She says, “Enough!” by raising her voice for the dignity and wholeness of all people. 

Add your voice to the declaration: we are ENOUGH!

More about One Dance Company

We envision a world where dance is experienced beyond the stage, beyond the gallery, inviting conversation and co-creation in community, a world where artists of all mediums work together and lift one another up as creative collaborators. We create work that speaks to people’s hearts, inspires change, and builds community. At One Dance Company, we work to build community where the sacred humanity of each person is affirmed by:

  • Offering our work to the Woman’s prison, festivals, community events, and celebrations

  • Engaging the five senses

  • Collaborating with other local artists and business owners

One Dance has performed for over 2,300 people, in sanctuaries, and community events, street festivals, and at the Shakopee Women’s Prison. We’ve put on full-length performances including Thrown Away (2015 & 2016) and Enough (2017). 

Let's Stay Connected

Come say hello on Instagram @0neDanceCo,facebook, and our website.  You can also find our program here, and the soundtrack from the show, here. 

We create work that speaks to people’s hearts, inspires change, and builds community. We would love to work with you and your community! Interested in bringing One Dance to your community? Shoot us an email at



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