Theater Dance Faculty Bio | Rebecca Frazier | Steps on Broadway
Faculty - Steps on Broadway

Theater Dance

Rebecca Frazier

Rebecca Frazier is a New York City based director, choreographer and teaching artist.

Most recently Rebecca's choreography was featured at Sierra Repertory Theatre, in both R+H Cinderella and Sh-Boom: A Christmas Miracle, the world premiere of Roger Bean's new musical.

She choreographed the regional premiere of Escape to Margaritaville at Timber Lake Playhouse and she was a featured choreographer at the New York Theater Barn Choreography Lab, and has presented work at venues like Dixon Place and the Tank in NYC, and a dance installation featured at the Robot Love Festival held at the Foosaner Art Museum in Melbourne, FL. Other choreography credits include Young Frankenstein (Broadway World Nomination, Best Choreography), Once Upon a Mattress, The Wizard of Oz, and Lucky Stiff.

Her directing credits include Off Broadway, New York and regional theater, working on shows such as Evita, Mamma Mia, and You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown! Her production of Charlie Brown was nominated for the 2021 Berkshire Theatre Award for Outstanding Musical. Rebecca has also directed new works, including Zoe Hates Green for the SOOP to Nuts Festival at the SOOP Theatre.

Rebecca frequently choreographs for screen, including the award winning short films "Reverie" and "Dream No 37,091". She's also choreographed music videos for recording artists, including Poonam Singh's debut single "Sick and Tired", and her work is featured in the upcoming film "Nyctophobia".

Rebecca is on the full time faculty at Steps on Broadway, the guest faculty at Broadway Dance Center, and has taught for conventions and studios around the country.

Class Description:
Rebecca's theater dance class includes an athletic warm up geared towards core strength, several technical across the floor combinations, and then a combination focusing on style and character driven movement. Her class is ideal for singers who move, who are looking to hone in on improving technique and the skill of picking up choreography quickly, and dancers looking to access the story-telling driven movement associated with musical theater dance.