REDi Dance Company is a community of story tellers that explore the power of listening and contributing with the body.  Through contemporary dance the company advocates for interpersonal understanding and uses a wide range of performance tactics to inspire healing connections. REDi Dance Company supports the health and wellness of The Bronx  through the Picante Dance Series and the Dance Bridge Workshop.

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Upcoming Performances

Sole Sisters @ BAAD!


REDi Dance Co. presents No Haven for Soles Sisters on March 23rd, 8pm @ BAAD! For tickets: t

Collective Thread at Mark Morris

On March 2nd REDi Dance Co. presents No Haven at Mark Morris Dance Center for Collective Thread 2019

REDi Dance Co. presents No Haven at the 4th annual Collective Thread Dance Festival at Mark Morris Dance Center. 

Move to Change Dance Concert

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See a new work by REDi Dance Co. in Move to Change dance concert on Saturday, September 29, 2018 3:30 & 6PM at Oberia D. Dempsey Theater, 127 W 127th Street, NY, NY 10027. 

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WAXworks at Triskelion Arts

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Join REDi Dance Co. on Sunday, December 2nd, 7:00pm, at Triskelion Arts in Greenpoint, BK.  

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Dance Works


The piece confronts the unrealistic standards set on women and the unhealthy measures taken to achieve perfection.


The piece was inspired by the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. The piece is a conversation on survival and a call to uplift one another despite tragedy. “Vivid” expresses the many challenges and relationships that arise due to great loss. The work addresses vulnerability, distance, comfort and hope. This piece infuses body percussion,  house and dance-theatre to illustrate a small community in need of revitalization through love and understanding.


This full length ensemble production gives a unique opportunity to consider how we determine self worth. It brings movement to the idea of broken down machinery in a capitalist society. While honoring productivity and development, this piece reminds us that we are enough and that we are valued even in our season of “nothingness.” The inspiration came from Alan Fadling’s An Unhurried Life.

Company Members


Beverly Lopez- Founding Artistic Director

Favorite color: Red

Hometown/Reside: The Bronx

Favorite Quote: " Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up." Galatians 6:9

Most people don’t know: My childhood dream was to become a visual artist. 


Simonne Hill - Dancer

Favorite color: Blue

Hometown/Reside: Steamboatsprings, Colorado

Favorite Quote: "Learn to be comfortable in the uncomfortable"

Most people don’t know: I was homeschooled


Genesis Perdomo - Dancer

Favorite color: Rainbow
Hometown/Reside: The Bronx

Favorite Quote: "And love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love cannot be killed or swept aside." Lin-Manuel
Most people don't know: I was a visual artist before I started dancing.


Idania Quezada - Dancer

Favorite Color: Black 

Hometown/Reside: The Bronx

Favorite Quote: "All the worlds a stage" - William Shakespeare 


Najla Amber Sims - Dancer

Favorite Color: Royal Blue
Hometown: Montclair, NJ
Favorite Quote: “Where there is a woman there is magic.” -Ntozake Shange
Most people don’t know: I would love to compete in a triathlon one day. 

Photo Credit: Eneida Silva