New York Season, Gowanus Loft – World Premiere performances of Camera Obscura Choreographed and performed by Rebecca Stenn, Trebien Pollard, Megan Williams, Quinn Dixon, Raven White, in collaboration with photographer George Del Barrio, lighting designer Kathy Kaufmann and composer Jay Weissman
Performances July 12, 13, 14, 2018

Dartmouth Dance Ensemble – Choreographer in Residence, Dartmouth College, premiere of commissioned work, Petroushka, in collaboration with Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra, Hopkins Center for the Arts, Moore Theater, May 26, 27, 2018


A Life in Dance: A Practical Guide, a new book written and edited by Rebecca Stenn and Fran Kirmser is just released on Amazon, available here

Rebecca Stenn moderates a panel at Gibney Dance with physicist Allen Mincer for SYREN Modern Dance Company’s performance of Red and Blue, Bitter and Sweet. Feb 10, 2017

Cracked Orlando, a new opera at The Juilliard School, choreographed by Rebecca Stenn, opens at the Meredith Willson Theater. Cracked Orlando is composed by Jonathan Dawe and directed by Ed Bilous. March 23, 24, 25, 2017

Artist in Residence at Dartmouth College, Choreographer in Residence – Dartmouth Dance Ensemble, choreographed two new commissioned works at the Hopkins Center for the Arts, Moore Theater, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. May 26, 27


Brooklyn Dance Festival at BAM Fisher
World premiere Bridgemaker, a duet with dancer Megan Williams, March 26, 2016, BAM Fisher, Brooklyn, NY


New York Season, Gowanus Loft - World Premiere performances of Riparius (belonging to the river)
Choreographed and performed by Rebecca Stenn, Eric Jackson Bradley, John Mario Sevilla and Bri White, in collaboration with photographer George Del Barrio, lighting designer Kathy Kaufmann and composer Jay Weissman.
Performances: June 11-13 & 18-20

New York Live Arts – performances of 68 Seconds, Lang Dance Program Spring Dance Concert, May 8,9, 2015

Dartmouth College - Year long Artist in Residency and Guest Artistic Director Dartmouth Dance Ensemble–performances of commissioned works, May 22, 23, 2015

Lafayette College – Artist in Residency, performances of new commissioned work, October 2015


January 16-18 Gowanus Loft, Brooklyn, NY
World Premiere performances of commissioned evening length solo concert
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January 27 Redfern Arts Center, Keene, New Hampshire Performance of evening length solo concert Time I Know For tickets and information: redfernartscenter
March 8 Performance excerpt of Time I Know, as part of Opening Ceremony of Analogia Exhibition by artist Ben Tritt, Produced by Jodi Kaplan, Bryant Park , New York City
April 2014 Performances of “City” by Keene State College dance department at Redfern Arts Center, commissioned work and artist in residency
May 29, 30, 31 Premiere of Commissioned New Work, do not go gentle as winner of Alumni New Works Award, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • January 11
    APAP showcase for Booking Dance Festival, performance at Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York City
  • February 20-24
    Dance Collage, Montclair State University
  • March 15
    Performance at the Rubin Museum, New York City with musicians Fred Hersch and Dave Eggar
  • April 4-7
    Performances of commissioned new work Approaching Silence, at Montclair State University, Alexander Kasser Theater, New Works Initiative Award winner and Artist in Residence
  • May 4
    Dance New Amsterdam, New York City, “Dance Day” performances at 3:00pm of new solo work
  • June 28
    Booking Dance Festival at Bryant Park, New York City, performances of excerpt of new evening length solo work
  • September 13, 14, 19, 26, 27
    The Actors Fund Arts Center at the Schermerhorn, Brooklyn, NY, excerpts of new evening length solo work, opening for Ben Munisteri Dance Projects
  • Octorber 4
    Performance (excerpt of New Work) at 92nd Street Y, New York City
  • November 16-18
    Artist in Residence at Keene State College, New Hampshire, creating new work on students in the Dance Program
  • November 22-28
    Artist in Residence at University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, winner of New Works Award, creating work on students in Dance Program