Regina Rocke

Photo by Andy Murphy

Regina Rocke is a free-lance artist who has been involved with dance since childhood. She received her BFA in Dance Performance from Arizona State University in 2004. In 2006 she received her MFA in Dance from Hollins University/The American Dance Festival. Her work has been shown at the American College Dance Festival Association, The American Dance Festival, Hollins University, Movement Research at the Judson Church, AUNTS is Dance, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), The Austrian Cultural Forum and Rush ArtsRocke has also presented her work at The Chocolate Factory, DRAFTWORKS at St. Marks Church, Dixon Place, SCOPE NY as well as Art Basal Miami. In the spring of 2008, she performed her work, The Passion of Jen Mcginn as part of Dance Theater Workshop’s Studio Series and Daddy Dreams 2008 for an exchange with Austrian choreographers as part of Movement Research Festival’s Trasversality Lab. She has also traveled to P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels, Belgium performing Jerome Bel’s The Show Must Go On. Most recently, she was part of the group show The Happening: Kinesics as Art Object at Rush Arts in NYC as well as being co-curator of the Movement Research 2009 Spring Festival. In 2010 she performed at the Center for Performance Research (CPR) in Brooklyn, NY, at the ICA in Boston, MA with choreographer Miguel Gutierrez and as part of a playwright by Young Jean Lee’s experimental theater piece Untitled Feminist Multimedia Project which will premiere in 2012.  Rocke was a 2007-2009 Movement Research Artists in Residence.