Adlai Grayson performs for All Together Now on August 27, 2016.
Originally from Miami, Adlai Grayson graduated from MIT and has performed cancer research at Brigham & Women’s Hospital. He’s directed several collaborative, artistic endeavors, and currently runs Project Nailz, a Boston-based dance company empowering women and other marginalized communities.
“Collaboration between artists is a part of life. There really isn’t a boundary if all your senses are set to be aware. Imagine someone painting, there’s music in their strokes. There’s choreography in their hands. There’s a look of ease or a look of desperation leaking from their eyes. Imagine combining writing, dance, and lighting. Ugh the magic! Collaboration is beautiful.”
“Over time, one thing I’ve learned about myself as an artist is that I have a hard time letting go of pieces that I love, but when I do, I create space for new experiences.”