Roxanne Gray

MFA Candidate

Roxanne Gray is an independent choreographer, performer, and teaching artist; recently relocated from Oakland. Her creative work has been presented at LEVYdance, Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, Mission Dance Theater, Studio Azul, and SAFEhouse for the Performing Arts (San Francisco, Bay Area); as well as Covey Center for the Arts and The Salt Lake City Library. She has had the privilege of setting work on Wasatch Contemporary Dance Company, and has presented work at Utah Dance Film Festival. Gray is also the Director and Co-Founder of 801 Salon, a curated monthly arts events in Salt Lake City.

She received her BA in Dance from Brigham Young University, with a minor in Creative Writing. During her undergraduate studies, she won the pre-professional division in the Utah Metropolitan Ballet’s Choreography Design Project and was awarded a commission. Gray is also an experienced teaching artist and has served on faculty at studios and schools throughout Utah, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Brooklyn, NY. As a freelance performer, she has performed with Tara Pilbrow Dance and Stephanie Unger & Artists (San Francisco, Bay Area). 

Gray is a current MFA candidate and Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Modern Dance program at the University of Utah, also pursuing a certificate in Screendance.