Corporeal Arts Incorporated

Physical Theatre Company

The idea of Corporeal Arts Incorporated began germinating in 2000 with the creation of Mirrors. Performed by Selma Treviño and directed with William Treviño, the performance traveled throughout the United States and Brazil for three years. As the performance Mirrors underwent a transformation process for each new venue, the couple’s artistic identity formed. The Treviño Theatre Company, which changed its name to Corporeal Arts Incorporated when it received non-profit status, is a company determined to represent the moods and feelings of the Human Being through the body rather than through logical speech.

Selma and William have dedicated their artistic lives to corporeal arts, specializing in Corporeal Mime of Etienne Decroux and Soo Bahk Do respectively. By applying, transforming, combining, and incorporating corporeal techniques, they have been developing and creating a personal method of working and performing.


Selma and William Trevino