In a multimedia performance, Julie Amick Cook considers how one depicts themselves within a discipline through the negotiation of the multiroles she has served (some simultaneously) as a non-tenure-line teacher, researcher, mentor, facilitator, fellow, student, and consultant. Navigating these roles requires transformative rhetorical performances and the creative, adaptive assemblage of identities. Building upon the theoretical framework of Tony Scott's (2018) "curriculascapes," this piece dramatizes the multivocality and rhetorical attunement that is required of those who do most composition teaching while also accenting how performances can breach and transform institutional, political, and economic imperatives.