Bree Breeden

“Zion” investigates parallels within the structures of religion and technology. The work consist of two dancers that are embedded in a world of mixed media consisting of elaborate projections and environmental sound scores that creates a fictitious Eden. These fearless yet vulnerable bodies work through an imagination-soaked utopia. Zion is directed by Bree Breeden with performances by Breeden and collaborator Kathleen Kelley and with visual/media production support by Proteo Media + Performance.


Bree Breeden is from Cheraw, S.C. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance Performance from Montclair State in 2016 where she performed works by Bill T. Jones, Jose Limon, Larry Keigwin, and Martha Graham. She is the Managing Director for Proteo Media + Performance and Operations Associate for Movement Research. She dances with VON HOWARD PROJECT,  Proteo Media + Performance, and is an apprentice with Michiyaya Dance in addition to choreographing and performing her own work. She was awarded the Choreographic Excellence Award in 2015 and Outstanding Performer Award in 2016 from Montclair State University.