Anna Rogovoy is a choreographer and performer living in Brooklyn, New York.
Her dances have been presented at JACK, the 92nd St Y, University Settlement, Triskelion Arts, Eden’s Expressway, The Judson Memorial Church, The Tank, Vital Joint, and The Cocoon Theatre. She has also been an artist-in-residence at Bennington College and the Berkshire Choreography Project. Anna was a 2016-2017 commissioned artist for the Oye Group (FKA Brooklyn Gypsies).
Anna's work is motivated by an interest in the moving body as an archive and a device for shared experience and mutual understanding.
Anna earned her B.A. from Bennington College (2013). At Bennington she studied release technique, improvisation, composition, Cunningham, ballet, butoh, visual art, and literature. She performed new works by faculty members Terry Creach, Dana Reitz, and Susan Sgorbati, among others. She created new works, often in collaboration with other students, every term. With frequent collaborator Corina Dalzell, she co-founded the Bennington Movement Collective in 2011, creating a space for students in all disciplines to engage with and benefit from diverse movement practices.
Anna has also studied gaga, Ohad Naharin’s movement language, since 2010, including a month of research at the Suzanne Dellal Centre in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Through the Merce Cunningham Trust, Anna has danced in several works by Merce Cunningham including Trails, TV Rerun, and Inlets 2.
In addition to her work as a choreographer and performer, Anna has worked in arts administration for many years. Some favorite past roles have included Public Relations Coordinator for Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, Company and Communications Manager for Dorrance Dance, and Artistic Administrator for the Vail International Dance Festival. Currently she supports John Jasperse Projects in various administrative capacities.