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Maree ReMalia
Adjunct Lecturer
School of Theatre + Dance

Maree ReMalia (she/her) is a choreographer, performer, teaching artist, and certified Gaga instructor. An adoptee born in South Korea and raised in Ohio, she is interested in what exists beyond established categorizations and how we encounter what is unexpected. She welcomes individuals across disciplines, identities, and experience levels to dance as a way of celebrating more kinds of moving bodies and a diverse range of expressions. Her choreography has been commissioned by Gibney DoublePlus Festival (NY) under the curation of Bebe Miller and has been presented at venues such as American Dance Institute (MD), BAAD! Bronx Academy of Art and Dance (NY), Cleveland Public Theatre, Dance Place (DC), Kelly Strayhorn Theater (PA), La MaMa Experimental Theater Club (NY), Mahaney Center for the Arts (VT), Movement Research at the Judson Church (NY), New Hazlett Theater (PA), and Daegu International Dance Festival (South Korea). ReMalia has danced in the work of Heather Baur, Gabriel Forestieri, Bebe Miller, Michael J. Morris, Ohad Naharin, Blaine Siegel and Jil Stifel, Christopher Williams, Lida Winfield, and Noa Zuk. She was a member of MegLouise Dance, MorrisonDance, and STAYCEE PEARL dance project and previously performed with the Richmond Ballet and Southern Ballet Theatre. Since earning her MFA at The Ohio State University, she was selected as the Andrew W. Mellon Interdisciplinary Choreographer for Middlebury College Movement Matters Residency (2015-2017) and has been faculty at Bates Dance Festival (2018-2020), Lion’s Jaw Performance + Dance Festival (2018), and Point Park University (2017-2019). She has worked as a teaching artist with Colorado Conservatory of Dance (2013-2016) and Dreams of Hope Queer Youth Arts (2013-2014). Maree is certified in the Ilan Lev Method, a Feldenkrais-based bodywork. Currently, she is based in Jacksonville, FL. 

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