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Natosha Washington

Natosha Washington

We honor the 2021 celebration of Black History Month by highlighting and sharing the choreography of four Black artists that were commissioned under RDT’s Manifest Diversity Initiative. Next, we share the dynamic work of Natosha Washington. Natosha Washington has been a choreographer and director her entire life, but professionally since 2004, after receiving her bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in Modern Dance. She created Say Their Names, part 1 for RDT’s SPIRIT performance in October 2018. Discover more about…

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Bebe Miller

Bebe Miller

We honor the 2021 celebration of Black History Month by highlighting and sharing the choreography of four Black artists that were commissioned under RDT’s Manifest Diversity Initiative. Next, we share the beautiful work of Bebe Miller. Bebe Miller is known world-wide for her work in the dance field. She has been working with her own company, Bebe Miller Dance Company, since 1985 exploring the human condition. Bebe came to Salt Lake City for two weeks in February 2019. She results of…

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Tiffany Rea-Fisher

Tiffany Rea-Fisher

We honor the 2021 celebration of Black History Month by highlighting and sharing the choreography of four Black artists that were commissioned under RDT’s Manifest Diversity Initiative. First up is Tiffany Rea-Fisher, the Artistic Director of Elisa Monte Dance in New York City. We first worked with Rea-Fisher during our 50th anniversary season when she came to reset Elisa Monte’s Pigs and Fishes. We were thrilled to invite her back to set her own work on us during our 54th, MANIFEST…

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Celebrating Black History Month

Celebrating Black History Month

Repertory Dance Theatre believes that all peoples, their cultures, and their art contribute to the meaning and understanding of our humanity and should be honored and celebrated. RDT firmly stands against racism in all forms. We, as a Company, denounce racism, bigotry, and intolerance in our state and across the nation. We are committed to learning, growing, and listening as we work toward a more equitable world for all. RDT stands in solidarity with our communities of color. We stand…

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