Rose-Mary “Rosie” Harbans (she/her) is a multifaceted performer, choreographer, and dance educator from Toronto, Ontario. Her passion for rhythm and storytelling remains a central point of inspiration for her artistry. Rosie earned her BFA at Toronto Metropolitan University, where she currently teaches Jazz. Rosie is a Dora Award nominated choreographer for her work on the award-winning musical Dixon Road (Musical Stage Co./Ray Hogg). Some choreographic credits include A Seat At The Table (Esie Mensah) and Red, Hot & Cool (Vicki St. Denys/ Peggy Shannon). Her performance credits including the Tony Award Winning Musical, After Midnight
(Norwegian Cruise Line/ Warren Carlyle), New Monuments (CBC/ Director X), A Revolution of Love (Soulpepper/ Esie Mensah), Kira, The Path| La Voie (Lua Shayenne Dance Company), and Lickety Split (Hubbard Street Dance Chicago).
Scott Joplin’s Treemonisha
Rehearsal Director for Movement & Choreography