Samantha Eigenmann

Introducing Samantha Eigenmann -  BEYOND FEAR

Through the intensive rehearsal process of developing STRING THEORY, Samantha was guided through the exploratory process of connection through her voice, her physical body and her emotional body. Samantha soared through the development process and was an outstanding partner for Tim as he developed his partnering skills in preparation to work with Sonja (from the UK) for the brief full cast Artist in Residency period in FL, prior to performance in Edinburgh, Scotland. 

Get to know Samantha a little more...

What makes you laugh? Most things make me laugh. I always try to have a light hearted approach to life. I enjoy puns and silly people. I like watching people in childlike states, with no care of what others around them may think.
Who is your hero and why? Simply put, Christ. It is through Him I find my greatest courage and strength.
What is your superpower? I'd like to think my superpower is my ability to love others fiercely. I think love can change things and make an incredible difference in many aspects of life.

What draws you to the work in String Theory? I walked into this project not fully understanding what the vision behind it was. As I continued to rehearse, I discovered bits and pieces of my interpretation. In short, I'm drawn to the idea of finding your own voice and finding a greater sense of freedom within yourself and your movement. It was about expanding the creativity within yourself, pushing past mental and physical boundaries, and discovering things about yourself, growing through the process. 

Get to know Samantha a little more...

What makes you laugh? Most things make me laugh. I always try to have a light hearted approach to life. I enjoy puns and silly people. I like watching people in childlike states, with no care of what others around them may think.


Who is your hero and why? Simply put, Christ. It is through Him I find my greatest courage and strength.


What is your superpower? I'd like to think my superpower is my ability to love others fiercely. I think love can change things and make an incredible difference in many aspects of life.

What draws you to the work in String Theory? I walked into this project not fully understanding what the vision behind it was. As I continued to rehearse, I discovered bits and pieces of my interpretation. In short, I'm drawn to the idea of finding your own voice and finding a greater sense of freedom within yourself and your movement. It was about expanding the creativity within yourself, pushing past mental and physical boundaries, and discovering things about yourself, growing through the process.