Brent Luebbert

Brent fell in love with dance at the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics in Vancouver, Washington, and worked with BodyVox for a year before he went on to attend Point Park University, where he graduated with a BFA in Modern Dance. While in college, Brent performed in works which include “Minus 16” by Ohad Naharin and “The Constant Shift of Pulse” by Doug Varone, among many other pieces and performances. While in Pittsburgh, Brent worked with the primarily improvisation based group, The Pillow Project, performing in the streets and bars of Paris, London, Amsterdam, and of course in Pittsburgh. He worked with Attack Theatre, performing in everything from site specific work to opera. In addition to working with BodyVox, Brent is also working with Éowyn Emerald & Dancers.

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