Adriane Brayton, born in Boston, began dancing at a young age with Anna Myer and Boston Dance Company. She later attended the Boston Arts Academy and Connecticut College where she performed the works of Jose Limon, Pedro Ruiz, Nathan Trice, Paul Taylor, Twyla Tharp, Nicholas Leichter, Colleen Thomas, Laura Dean, David Dorfman, Lisa Race, Heidi Henderson, Shani Collins, and Kyle Abraham. Her work has been performed in the This/That Show (MA), at Emerson College (MA), Bates Dance Festival (ME), The Sanctuary Theater (MA), Tufts University (MA), Third Life Studios (MA), The Museum of Science (MA), The Dance Complex (MA), Green Street Studios (MA), and Boston University (MA). After graduating in 2011 with BAs in Dance and Biological Sciences, Adriane moved to Boston to follow her passion for dance and choreography. She recently became a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT). Adriane is currently a second year guest artist for the Expansive Meanings and Makings in Art Science Project for the TERC Organization in partnership with the National Science Foundation. She is extremely excited for the opportunity to work on Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? with Artists’ Theater of Boston.