Re​bec​c​a May Flowers

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I am a theatremaker who directs and choreographs musicals, dance theatre, and contemporary plays. 

My process is collaborative with a focus on movement and explorations of the physical space. 

My work is as playful as it is rigorous, prioritizing empathy-building, new perspectives, and social justice.

I am drawn to new work that lifts us up and asks questions.

I am committed to guiding emerging artists to their potential. 

Upcoming Projects

The Wolvesvirtual performance

Temple University

February, 2021

Director

Baby Whale and the Plastic Ocean

Philadelphia Fringe Festival

September, 2021

Director/Choreographer

Matilda The Musical

Steel River Playhouse

rescheduled due to Covid-19, dates TBD

Director/Choreographer


Responses to My Work

STEEL RIVER'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST IS ABSOLUTELY ENCHANTING!

"When I was watching Steel River’s brilliant and inventive production of the piece, I felt like I was watching it for the first time. Rebecca May Flowers' Beauty and the Beast made me laugh, cry, sigh, and fall in love with the story all over again...

Rebecca May Flowers does an excellent job of drawing the humor out of the script, especially in the scenes with Lumiere and Cogsworth. However, she is equally adept at highlighting the humanity of the story. Many productions of Beauty and the Beast focus on the big transformation, the moment when the Beast turns into a prince. Flowers’ thoughtful production focuses on the smaller transformations, the subtle changes that happen when the characters feel hope or despair...

This powerful creative team creates a story that is as funny as it is touching, as joyous as it is profound."

-Andrea Hart, B Sharp's Studio 6 

STARCATCHER TURNS PETER PAN ON ITS HEAD

"The best thing about 'Starcatcher' is the way it uses the actors —- some play multiple characters, but what's really unique is that the actors also create environments, carefully staged by Flowers. Describing it wouldn't do it justice."

-Holly Quinn, Delaware News Journal

CLYBOURNE PARK IS EYE-OPENING, MUST SEE THEATER...

"I was unprepared for the profound impact of Clybourne Park, as performed in this compact space. The audience is essentially sitting in Russ and Bev’s living room with the actors a few feet from them as this thought-provoking story unfolds... [This] is a play that needs to be seen."

-Cheryl Thornburg, Ticket

LITTLE WOMEN THE MUSICAL... IS BY NO MEANS LITTLE

"Stage Director/Choreographer, Rebecca May Flowers, clearly knows how to make actors move about the stage. The March sisters seamlessly band together whether in speech or in dance. Whenever the girls (and Laurie) go bounding around, you can't help but to smile and share in their joy. There are only a few opportunities remaining to share in this wonderful production. Find time to see it."

-Rosanne DellAversano, Broadway World




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