Rosie is a dance work that blends text and movement to explore the complexity and absurdity of the color pink. This piece explores memories while featuring pink wigs, grapefruits and of course flamingos. Two quirky characters unpack the unique connotations and strange implications that belong to the color pink.
Rachel Luebbert is a dance artist, choreographer, and teacher from Colorado. Rachel graduated magna cum laude from the University of Utah with a B.F.A. in Dance with Honors, a B.A. in Spanish, and a minor in Business. She has performed in the Performing Dance Company (Salt Lake) in works by Daniel Clifton, Stephen Koester, and Luc Vanier. Rachel received the Utah Fine Arts Fees Grant to travel and perform Tectonic by Sharee Lane and Juan Carlos Claudio (2016) in Berlin and then to teach dance in Panama through the Movement Exchange Program (2017). Rachel has taught modern dance, ballet, jazz, creative movement, latin social dances and improvisation to people and children of all ages. As a choreographer, Rachel produced an evening length show New Year (2017) based on her research of embodying coming-of age narratives through text and movement.
November 9, 16, 23 at 7:30 pm (Rosie is performed on Nov 23)
Theatre on the Run
3700 S Four Mile Run Dr, Arlington VA 22206