Quenton Stuckey


Quenton Stuckey is a dance artist and musician based in New York City. Although an NYU Tisch alum, Quenton is originally from New Orleans. As the son of a preacher, Quenton’s work is based on memories of the church and black southern mysticism. As a performer Quenton has worked with a wide variety of choreographers including: Gerard+Kelly, sensorial artist Sarah Kinlaw, Simone Forti, and Ryan McNamara. In 2017, he choreographed a work featuring six dancers for the Young Collector's Council at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. He has also danced for institutions such as: the MoMa, The Whitney Museum, The Phillip Johnson Glass House, and Mana Contemporary. Later this year, Quenton will be participating in Pioneer Works' coveted Music Residency. Here he will create a new album and performance under the guise of his musical alias, an only child. -- 



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Email. rodrodgers.dance@verizon.net

62 East 4th Street

New York, NY 10003



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Ongoing activities of the company are also made possible by assistance from New York State Council on the Arts, NY City Department of Cultural Affairs, NY City Council member, Rosie Mendez- District 2, NY Foundation For the Arts, NY Community Trust, Fourth Arts Block (FAB), Middle Collegiate Church, Corporation of the Collegiate Church, many friends and patrons.