Christina Ramos and Cameron Clarke in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea. Photo: Malloree Hill
Fun Home at Vassar College.
With stellar intimacy direction by Brooke M. Haney...
Danny and the Deep Blue Sea transforms from a problem play to an explosive exploration of unexpected grace.
- Classical NYC Reviews
Brooke works as an Intimacy Choreographer and Consultant professionally and in academia. They started this work before they had a vocabulary to define it. Brooke loves this work and is evangelical about it. In early 2020, Brooke took her intimacy choreography work to Switzerland. As a queer artist, Brooke is passionate about telling LGBTQIA+ stories of intimacy through a queer lens. Brooke not only choreographs shows, they also teach workshops, train faculty, and mentor. Brooke has worked with Marymount Manhattan College, Vassar College, ISZL, Barefoot Shakespeare Company, Company of Fools, Scawwy Howwow Theatre, Turn To Flesh Productions, A.R.T./New York, Q.E.D. Astoria, Shakespeare Frankfurt and other NYC Theater companies as well as an intimacy coordinator on films.
Created by Raja Benz
with Cha Ramos, moderated by Collin Blackard
Consent and Intimacy in the Time of Covid-19 - with A.R.T./NY
a Q&A with intimacy professionals Brooke M. Haney, Ann James, and Cha Ramos
created for Shakespeare Frankfurt's 2021 World Theatre Day Symposium
usually distributed before rehearsals begin to give actors a chance to consider their boundaries before we meet together in the rehearsal room