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Rebecca Kelly

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TO EXPLORE: a future Company performance - or teaching residency | the creation of a new ballet by Rebecca Kelly | staging of RKB repertory | Guest Lecturer - or Guest Artists | Tour Repertory, Contact the Executive Director, 646-734-7151 RKballet1@verizon.net

Domestic engagements have included New York City main stage performances at: the 3-D Festival at the Joyce Theater, the Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse, Gerald Lynch Theater at John Jay College, the Duke on W. 42nd St, Florence Gould Hall, Symphony Space, Marymount Manhattan Theater, Dance Theater Workshop, Theater at St. Mark's, the 92nd Street Y, and the Ailey Citigroup Theatre, Joan Weill Center for Dance, City Center Studios and RKB Studio in SoHo. The Company has taught, and performed throughout northern New York state and the Adirondack region, returning annually to the Lake Placid Center for the Arts since 1986. RKB has also toured to colleges and theaters in the Mid-Atlantic region, Nebraska, South Carolina, and California.

Rebecca Kelly Ballet’s
international touring includes the Chateauvallon Festival in Toulon, France. Ms. Kelly was selected as one of three Young American Choreographers to present a program featuring "Americana." The Company has also appeared in the Metropol Internationales Tanzfestival in Vienna, Austria, at the Opera Haus in Graz, Austria, the Internationale Tanzwerkstatt in Bonn and Bielefeld, Germany, where the Company was asked to present its dances on environmental themes. Rebecca Kelly Ballet represented the United States in Dance of the World Festival in Gdansk, Poland. (Photo: Lisa Keegan)

Rebecca Kelly Ballet "the very best achievement in welding movement onto ideas, engaging the brain"