skye rogers

  • Ballet
  • Cabaret
  • Choral
  • Collage
  • Collective Creation
  • Contemporary
  • Drama
  • Drawing
  • Experimental
  • Film
  • Film and TV
  • Graphic Design
  • Hip Hop
  • Improv
  • Installations
  • Interactive
  • Jazz
  • Knitting
  • Lyrical
  • Modern
  • Modern dance
  • Movement Based Theatre
  • Multimedia
  • Musical
  • Musical Theatre
  • New Play
  • One Person Show
  • Performance Art
  • Photography
  • Play
  • Play reading
  • Podcast
  • Poetry
  • Site Specific
  • Storytelling
  • Tap
  • Urban dance
  • Voice Acting
  • Writing Workshop

Skye Rogers (she/her) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Hamilton, Ontario. With roots in dance, theatre, and music, her creative practice is dearly devoted to cultivating connection in both personal and communal spheres. She is a graduate of the Randolph College for the Performing Arts (Triple Threat Diploma, 2019) and Brock University (Studies in Arts & Culture Certificate, 2022).

Skye’s artistry is a home made collage; a patchwork of the shapes and spaces of her surroundings and the rhythm and groove of her deep musical pulse. Some of her past created work includes a hybrid of performance & art gallery (Good Ritual, 2023); two original contemporary dance pieces (The Body and The Brain, 2023; what is woman?, 2022); a community-wide, joy-centered happening (PLAYGROUND, 2022). She is currently producing a series of movement workshops in her hometown of St. Catharines, "Dance & Movement Days," and recently finished some workshops developing choreography for the play, "SAMCA" with Spindle Collective and Riot King.

Skye has delightfully participated in several professional development programs with established compnaies, including Musical Stage Co. (RBC Apprentice Choreographer, 2023-2024), Kylie Thompson Creative (Fall 2023 & Winter 2024 Intensives), Aeris Korper (Professional Practice Series, 2023), Third Rail Projects (Creative Process Intensive NYC, 2023), Suitcase in Point (Nest Residency, 2022), Studio Kim Odine + Stand Up Dance (LOVES Residency, 2022), and the list goes on!

Skye is interested in making spaces for people to feel at home, and carving new creative pathways. She intends to create pertinence with her audiences, revelation with her collaborators, and invite absolutely anyone to discover their own artistry.

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