Current Projects

 Remember Me, June 2021

What do we hold on to, and what do we forget? Who remembers what? How do we want to be remembered? Remember Me was born of 20-somethings unironically pondering these questions- Now we're making a dance piece about it. Shocker. Join ReFrame Dance Theatre in yet another adventure into the absurd and unknown, this time in our own heads.

Produced in partnership with the Rahway Arts + Business Partnership, and developed under an extended artist residency w/ ~Mignolo~ Dance

When? June 18-20 2021

Where? Arts District Park, Rahway, NJ

Who?

Choreography: Nathan Forster in collaboration with dancers.

Dancers: Bailey Benoot, Nathan Forster, Charly Santigado

Costumes: Bailey Benoot

Past Projects

 Café, TBD #Coronavirus

Café is an immersive dance piece produced by ReFrame Dance Theatre in collaboration with The Coffeebox-Rahway, and choreographed by Artistic Director Nathan Forster. We'll be performing live in an actual café... Eventually.

Until then, enjoy this promotional video built from a live performance we did in a park!

When? WHO KNOWS? Really. Who knows? Anyone?

Where? The Coffee Box- Rahway

Who?

Choreography: Nathan Forster in collaboration with dancers.

Dancers: Marissa Aucoin, Nathan Forster, Genevieve Hoeler

 Under the Tracks, 2019

A new Commission by the Rahway Arts + Business Partnership for the Down Town Fall Culture Crawl, 

Under the Tracks follows a series of lighthearted dance vignettes through Rahway Junction's undercarriage.
Grounded in the architecture and the opportunities for expression that it creates, Under the Tracks is Rahway, NJ first free site performance open to the public that glorifies something we take for granted:

What is plainly there to see.

When? 9/21, the Rahway Culture Crawl

1:30pm 3:30pm 5:30pm

Where? Rahway Junction

@ the corner of Broad St. and Irving St.

Who?

Choreography: Nathan Forster in Collaboration with Dancers

Dancers: Marissa Aucoin, Elanna Etemad

Costumes: Nathan Forster in Collaboration with Dancers

Photo Credit: Chris Torsiello

 Human Infinite, 2015

A meditation on spirituality and space on the front lawn of Drew’s original seminary dorms, this collaborative project with studio artist Taryn Scozzari transported the audience to another world with vivid, surreal imagery from our everyday lives made new. Supported by the Student Mellon Grant for the Arts for the Common Good at Drew University and the Drew University Department of Theatre and Dance.

Choreography: Nathan Forster

Dancers: Mariah Ferrante, Nathan Forster, Angela Rouse

Costumes: Angela Rouse

Painting/Scenic Design: Taryn Scozzari

Music (in Order): Nico Muhly, Mercan Dede, Kronos String Quartet, Edited by Nathan Forster

Photo Credit: Taryn Scozzari

Background Photo Credit: Taryn Scozzari

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