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"GREED The Tale of Enron"

“… the show is powerfully innovative and spot on in its depiction of corporate malfeasance, exploding with the mania that consumed the company’s villains.”

Andrew Thompson
Philadelphia Citypaper
- Philadelphia Citypaper

"GREED The Tale of Enron 2"

“Davis infuses her piece with a vitality and seriousness of emotion that transforms the men and women of corporate America into a pantheon. Signing a contract becomes a sleek piece of choreography. Prince Siegfried in Swan Lake may parade about with a prized crossbow, but Fastow in Enron carries aloft a red-leather bound business proposal.”

“as she did in Darfur, Davis uses the dramatic pitch of her storytelling to a powerful effect.”

“Davis took something tragic about the intersection of human avarice and lax regulation in a capitalist economy and made something incredibly celebratory, beautiful, and powerful.”

Jim Rutter
South Philly Review
- South Philly Review

"RDDC Company"

“[Ms. Davis’] intentions are good and her kinesthetic impulse is excellent: She retains a clear sense of narrative, even while dealing with intense subject matter with a limited appeal.”

“Ms. Davis is using narrative dance in a way unused by the majority of other local companies.”

Lindsay Warner
The Bulletin
- The Bulletin


“The very sense of life each scene gives depicts a near mystical dancing that combines with a day-to-day struggle to achieve a poignancy unknown by the Western world.”

-Jim Rutter
Broad Street Review - Broad Street Review

"Helen Keller"

Helen Keller transcends a traditional account of blind-deaf Helen Keller's amazing life story. Infused with surprising romance and little-known true-life drama, Helen Keller visits Helen's tragic early illness, her family's struggle, and the events that would connect Helen with Anne Sullivan, the courageous ambassador who would unlock Helen's mind. But Rebecca Davis' Helen Keller goes beyond the dazzling moment at the water pump, to discover Helen tackling her unprecedented education at Radcliffe College. Audiences gain new insight to the intertwined life story of Helen and Anne, as Anne struggles to balance her stewardship of Helen against her own burgeoning romance with John Macy. Together, Anne and Helen accomplish an astonishing life.

- Alaina Mabaso - Independent Reviewer


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Entrepreneur and choreographer, Rebecca Davis has constantly sought opportunities to deepen her academic knowledge to broaden the artistic scope of her organization, The Rebecca Davis Dance Company, located in Philadelphia. She founded the not-for-profit organization three years ago with the mission of using contemporary ballet to deepen the public's knowledge of famous literary works, significant historical events and modern social issues. In addition to the professional troupe, the Company's unique pre-professional dance-theater training program fills the market gap between training and professional employment for young dancers in the Philadelphia community.

Originally from Vancouver, Rebecca has choreographed and taught in Canada, Russia, Rwanda and the United States. She was classically trained in the Russian Vaganova method of ballet while studying under Tatiana Petrovna in Moscow and Valery Tereshkin in Siberia. She received a degree in choreography from The Saint Petersburg Conservatory under the tutelage of Nikolai Boyarchikov (former Artistic Director, The Mussorgsky Ballet). She is a Fulbright scholar and summa cum laude graduate of Temple University with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship. She is currently pursuing a Masters of International Relations with a concentration in Peacekeeping through the American Military University.

Prior to starting her own organization, Rebecca acquired substantial arts management experience serving as a marketing intern at Stage Holding Russia (Moscow), International Ballet Theatre (New York) and The Lincoln Center of The Performing Arts. Her award-winning business plan for The Rebecca Davis Dance Company was recognized as the most viable small business by The 2004 Annual Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition. She is the recipient of the Garfield Weston Scholarship, Canadian Merit Scholarship and is a two-time winner of the League for Entrepreneurial Women's Essay Competition. She was recognized by Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown as one of the Next Generation of Women Leaders and is a 2009 participant in the Forum for Executive Women Mentor Program.

Ms. Davis is partnering with the community to position The Rebecca Davis Dance Company as a catalyst for improving the integration of the humanities with the physical discipline of dance. Her full-length ballets include Antigone (Kimmel Center, 2006) and Helen Keller (Prince Music Theatre, 2007), Darfur (Arden Theater, 2008). In 2009, she will debut Greed: The Tale of Enron and Van Gogh at The Prince Music Theater in Philadelphia.