In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, Nai-Ni Chen is shifting her focus from working on a stage with lights, costumes, and a company of dancers who rehearse and create daily with her, to advancing her art in the virtual world, attempting to discover the opportunities and impact of the coronavirus on the art of dance. Alone but Not Alone in Quarantine is the Nai-Ni Chen first step toward collaboratively with her dancers in different parts of the country creating new work while confined to our home spaces. Dancers whose home is in the New York area are in small apartments with very limited space, while those who are outside of the New York City area have different environments. These settings provide unique opportunities and challenges to the choreographer. Focusing on the theme of their confinement, Company members improvised, filmed their choreographed pieces at home to their director. Nai-Ni Chen then assembled the dance and added music according to the selected footages and her vision. These dances reflect the collective state of the Company at this time. The result can be viewed free online: www.youtube.com/watch?v=utdthQKRFxQ&t=70s.