Rebekah JoAnn Guerra is a choreographer from Los Angeles, California. Her choreographic culture originates from classical ballet, dance theatre, Afro-Latinx folk dances, and Ohad Naharin’s movement language, Gaga. She is obsessed with the potential for human connection, dramatic poetry, and the romance of sensations in practice and performance.
Rebekah employs emotively driven tasks to produce melodramatic tableaus representative of human suffering, joy, and power. The vein of her work is cultivated by her duty to unravel the histories of socially misrepresented, underrepresented, and ghettoed populations. To address universal disparities within race and gender relations, Rebekah and her collaborators are committed to communal introspection, empathy, and reciprocity.