Season 2 Choreographer
Alexis Robbins graduated from Hofstra University with a B.A. in Dance and a B.S. in Exercise Science. She founded kamrDANCE in 2015; the work intricately fuses tap, percussive movement, and contemporary dance with humor to investigate the female experience, laughter, and absurdity. She has choreographed, directed, and produced two dance films which have been screened in NYC, NJ, TX, and Norway. Robbins was the 2018 featured artist of the NACHMO Theater Performances. In May 2018, Robbins produced her first full length show at SMUSH Gallery for two evenings of sold out audiences. Her work “Defining Characteristics” was performed at the Transit Museum in Brooklyn as a part of “PLATFORM”. kamrDANCE has performed at venues including Woods Hole Community Hall, Arlington Center for the Arts, Triskelion Arts, Center for Performance Research, Dixon Place, Actors Fund Arts Center, Symphony Space, and more. Robbins is a dance educator; currently a teaching artist for Elm City Dance Collective and has been an adjunct professor teaching tap and jazz at Hofstra University. She is also an ACSM certified personal trainer and has contributed to two fitness articles in Dance Spirit Magazine.