Highlights from Rebecca's performance career

Variation from Carmen, Choreographer Roland Petit

Keeping things Whole Choreographed by Gabrielle Lamb

Rebecca Rolleri performed in the Boston Conservatory's reimagined performance of From the Ground Up. This performance was staged as an online dance festival. This allowed Rolleri the unique opportunity to work with dance on film.

Filming Credit David Orr

Tongues Choreographed by Bradly Shelver 

 

Rebecca Rolleri was given the opportunity to perform Shelver's original piece in the Boston Conservatory's fall 2019 performance From the Ground Up. 

Photo Credit Jim Coleman

Paquita restaged by Gianni DiMarco and Adriana Suarez

Rolleri performed in the Boston Conservatory's Paquita under the direction of Gianni DiMarco and Adriana Suarez. Rolleri was given the opportunity to perform two variations from the Ballet.  

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Photo Credit Jim Coleman

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Confessional Choreographed by Katie Kuntz

Rolleri performed in Kuntz's original work which was presented at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee's student choreography showcase. 

Photo Credit Jim Coleman

La Esmeralda Choreographed by Jules Perrot

Rebecca Rolleri portrayed the title character in the State Ballet of Rhode Island's performance of La Esmeralda in 2017.

Photo Credit Lori Levin Broess

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Coppelia Choreographed by Arthur Saint-Leon

Rebecca Rolleri had the honor of portraying Swanhilda in the State Ballet of Rhode Island's Coppelia.

Photo Credit Lori Levin Broess

Giselle Choreographed by Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot 

Rolleri was  given the opportunity to perform the role of Queen Myrtha in the State Ballet of Rhode Island's production of Giselle. 

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Photo Credit Lori Levin Broess

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A Midsummer Night's Dream 

Choreographed by Herci Marsden, Ana Marsden Fox, Shana Fox, Lori Levin-Broess, Mia  Nocera Godbout 

Rolleri had the privileged to perform the role of Hippolyta in the State Ballet of Rhode Island's version of A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Photo Credit Lori Levin Broess