Victoria Libertore

Victor and Vivian, photo by Victoria Libertore

Choreographer and writer Victoria Libertore returns to Performance Mix with I Want to Die One Day After You, a new solo described as an 89-year love story that comes to an end with ferocity and grace. Directed by Jennifer Tuttle.

Victoria Libertore is a performer, writer, teacher, emcee and curator. She is the creator of seven solo shows: This Is My Last Attempt At Fame, No Need for Seduction, GIRL MEAT, My Journey of Decay, The Should Dream Camille: The Forgotten Artist and stalk(her). She has collaborated with Jennifer Tuttle, Ryan Kipp, Leigh Fondakowski, Rosalie Purvis, Jen-Scott Mobley, Shelley Butler-Hyler, Ryan Migge, Rebecca Feldman, Kimberly I. Kefgen, and Sara Laudonia. She has performed her work in venues across NYC such as BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Caroline’s on Broadway, Dance New Amsterdam, Dixon Place, Joyce Soho, PS122 as well as in Boston, Chicago, Montreal, Philadelphia, Provincetown, Toronto and Washington, D.C. Libertore teaches performance workshops throughout NYC and has also taught at Otterbein University and Hastings College. Libertore is passionate about encouraging other artists to create their own work and has curated and produced dozens of artists with backgrounds in performance, variety arts, music, comedy and dance. She has emceed impersonating Liza Minnelli in clubs, at fundraisers, on the boardwalk and at private parties. She was a Humana Festival finalist for her short play Monster and Lola. Libertore was a 2008 – 2010 Brooklyn Arts Exchange Theater Artist in Residence and she has a BFA in theater from Otterbein University where she received a 2015 Young Alumni Award for Creative Achievement. She is the 2016 recipient of the Doric Wilson Independent Playwright Award from the New York Innovative Theater Awards. She is honored to once again be in Performance Mix.