Theater Direction and Choreography
Rebecca is a proud SDC Associate.
Rebecca frequently directs and choreographs musicals-most recently, direction for a short play featured in the SOOP Theatre Soup to Nuts Festival, and direction for Pinkalicious at Vital Theater in New York. Rebecca's production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown was nominated for the 2021 Berkshire Theater Award for Outstanding Musical.
With an extremely strong choreographic background and BA in English and technical theater, Rebecca works to create visually stimulating pieces of theater woven together with practical staging, authentic choreography, and three dimensional characters rooted in honesty and truth.
Rebecca was a featured Choreographer at the October 2019 New York Theater Barn Choreography Lab, where she choreographed for the new musical Boleyn. Other recent projects include directing and choreographing Evita at Jean's Playhouse, staging Lucky Stiff at Theater Barn, and a new show for the New York Theater Festival.
Evita, Summer 2021 at Jean's Playhouse, Lincoln NH
MD: Benjamin Stayer,Set Desiger: Jordan Janota, Lighting/Sound: Daniel Brunk, Stage Manager: Victoria Dixon, Costumes: Hali Liles
New York Theater Barn Choreography Lab, 2019
Book/Lyrics: Jessy Tomsko
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
MD: Kevin Frances Finn
Set Design: Sam Slack
Press and Reviews
For Lucky Stiff:
"As danced, or at least artfully moved to music,
the cast handles Rebecca Frazier’s work well.
She helps keep the show fluid and entrancing."
-J. Peter Bergman, The Berkshire Edge
For You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown:
"Rebecca Frazier's impeccable direction holds it all together and keeps us alert and involved from beginning to end...
The company of players at the Theater Barn are all young and fresh and accomplished enough to create, sustain and present these classic characters with verve and style. For nearly two hours they frolic, charm and give us Charles Schultz wise comprehension of what kids are and how they present themselves to the world. They are each as distinctive as their characters...
If I could I'd go see it again."
-J. Peter Bergman, Berkshire Bright Focus