Gabrielle Revlock is a fiscally sponsored member of New York Live Arts, Inc., a non-profit tax-exempt organization. All contributions are fully deductible to the extent allowed by law. To make a donation online click here.


Assorted videos of performances and explorations.


Gabrielle teaches CardioCreativity, Contemporary Dance, and Movement with Hoop for beginners through professionals. Small group and private lessons available. Email to discuss options.

See Dance

June 29-30 - Show No Show at Dance Place,Washington DC. 

Press Kit

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Gabi & Nicole

More on the collaborative projects between Gabrielle and Nicole Bindler can be found at


Gabrielle is the recipient of a 2018 Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant for Show No Show which had the NYC premiere at The Flea.

Gabrielle is a 2017 Artist-in-Residence at New Dance Alliance.

Halo was presented at the 2016 American Dance Festival to rave reviews.

During 2015-16 Gabrielle will be working on a research project with Nature Theater of Oklahoma.

So You Think You Can't Understand Contemporary Dance? was selected for two international festivals, Moving Images in Cyprus and the Bucharest International Dance Film Festival.


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Reviews of most piece can be found here.

Show No Show

“Watching Show No Show is a pleasure” - Philadelphia Inquirer. In Show No Show, the relationship that unfolds is awkwardly complicated, mining the spaces between understanding and misunderstanding, play and power, and tenderness and conflict. This project was created with residency support from Omi Internatonal Arts Center, Culture Mill, and The American Dance Festival (ADF). Next Performance: June 29-30, 2019 at Dance Place in DC.

Unstructured Time

"To describe Gabrielle Revlock’s “Halo” as a woman with a hula-hoop doesn’t convey the mesmerizing effect she creates." - The News & Observer.
Rehearsal video

Performance of a Feminine Object

In Performance of a Feminine Object a hoop animates a female performer making reference to the historic and cultural disciplining of the female body. In the work there is a tension between poise and chaos, and beauty and awkwardness, sense and nonsense.


Do you feel intimidated by dance classes? Do you feel bored by fitness classes? Want to learn and explore dance in a supportive environment that values creativity and personal expression? Then CardioCreativity –an alternative to mainstream dancercize– is the place for you! Read a review of the series on thINKingDance or watch videos from class. To stay in the loop get on the mailing list. We also offer workshops!

The Dance Apocalypse/Solos

"I felt lucky to watch Bindler and Revlock reveal themselves over the course of the evening in such poignant, wild, hilarious, and generous ways." - Culturebot