Brandon Powers is a director + choreographer from New York City creating new experiences at the intersection of technology, immersive dance, and musical theatre engaging themes of pop culture, futurism, and modern epic mythology while fusing digital and live performance for a mass audience. He has collaborated with Lance Weiler on the AI-powered immersive installations, Frankenstein AI, which had its world premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, and Sherlock Holmes and the Internet of Things (NY Film Festival/Lincoln Center). Last year he worked alongside Andy Blankenbuehler for Bandstand (Broadway/Paper Mill Playhouse). Directing + choreography credits include: And It Felt Like A Kiss (HERE, chashama, Dixon Place), Pink Milk (Oracle Productions, Jeff Nomination: Best Choreography); choreography credits include: Jupiter’s Lifeless Moons (Performance Space NY COIL Festival), The Goree All-Girl String Band (NYMF), Riot Antigone (La MaMa, Ars Nova, Prelude Festival), Arden/Everywhere (BPAC), What Are We? (film). Brandon is a proud graduate of Northwestern University, Associate Member of SDC, Collective Member of the 92Y Musical Theatre Development Lab, and Member of Musical Theatre Factory where he is the Co-Chair of the Director/Choreographer Coalition.