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Wade Reynolds

Company Dancer

Wade Reynolds received her BFA in Dance and Choreography from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012. While at VCU, Wade had the opportunity to study with the DAH Theater in Belgrade, Serbia, and performed in Urban Bush Women’s American Masterpiece “Shelter”, when it was restaged on VCU Dance students in 2011. Wade’s choreography was chosen to represent VCU in the 2012 Mid-Atlantic American College Dance Festival, where it was then chosen for the gala performance. In 2012 Wade attended the American Dance Festival, where she performed in a world premiere work by Helen Simoneau.

Upon graduating from VCU, Wade worked with choreographers in New York and Philadelphia, including Von Howard Project, Olive Prince Dance, Sharp Dance Company, Alchemy Dance Company, and Ellie Goodie-Averill. In 2015 Wade relocated to Denver, Colorado, where she danced with Whitney Waugh Dance Company. While in Denver, Wade created DNR, a collaborative project bringing modern dance and local punk and hardcore bands together as a channel for social commentary and change, with a focus on exposing youth to multiple facets of counterculture art. She continued this exploration through her written thesis during her MFA candidacy at Mills College. In 2021 Wade received the award for "Exemplary Work on Stage" from the Mills College Dance Department. Wade receoved her MFA in Dance from Mills College. She is currently a company member of SJDanceCo.

Wade Reynolds
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