Beverly Lopez is a dancer, choreographer and educator.  She is the Artistic Director of REDi Dance Company and the recipient of the Bronx Council on the Arts 2017 BRIO Award.  Beverly presented  work in New York City festivals, including WAXworks, Triskelion Arts’ Comedy and Dance Festival, Collective Thread, and BAAD! ASS Women Festival. Most recent performances; I Am Pulse, by Sekou Mcmiller, at Hosto's Community College, Move to Change, at Oberia Dimspey Theatre, Collective Thread, at Dixon Place, Land of Concrete, at the Hudson Guild Theatre, Monopoly: The Land Lord’s Game, at Mark Morris Dance Center, Harlem Voices, at the Harlem school of the Arts, and Bountiful by Luis Salgado. 



Beverly earned a BFA in Multi-Media/Performing Arts at Herbert H. Lehman College. In December 2018 Beverly choreographed the production of Electricidad, by Luis Alfaro, at Lehman College under the direction Claudia Acosta. She worked as the Dance Education Associate at the AATT Academy at BAAD! and as the Program Manager for Daniel Fetecua Productions at iD Studio Theatre.  She is the founder/lead facilitator of the Dance Bridge Workshop, a biannual dance intensive lead by REDi Dance company. Beverly currently works as a teaching artist at the Dream Yard Project and the Queens Museum. Beverly has a passion for social justice and continues to build REDi Dance Company with an urgency to inspire healing connections through art. She continues to serve her community through the Picante Dance fitness series ( cardio-based latin dance workout classes) for adults and the Dance Bridge Workshop for youth.

Beverly Lopez and Ea Torrado - Kurrent

Photo Credit: Eneida Silva