Sally Bomer

Lecturer-Theatre Arts-Dance
B.A., Vassar College

Sally Bomer began dancing while studying Art History at Vassar College (BA). She performed for fifteen years with the Bessie Award winning company, Amy Sue Rosen/Derek Bernstein Projects and is featured in video artist Douglas Rosenberg’s Emmy-nominated Dancing for Television. She also performed with Claire Porter, Richard Bull’s Improvisational Dance Ensemble, Barbara Roan, Jude Bartlett and others, in many New York venues and at the American Dance Festival. Her most recent choreography has been shown as part of 40Up at Dance Theater Workshop, and at the Cool New York Dance Festival. She has created works at Franklin Pierce University and Keene State College and has also taught in New Hampshire at Antioch New England and The Moving Company. Her teaching is based on studies of Klein Technique, yoga, anatomy, and Bartenieff Fundamentals, as well as her experience in various modern and improvisational styles. As a collaborator with husband and theater artist Robert Lawson, her work has been seen in Milwaukee, Charlottesville and New Hampshire, in both original and traditional music/dance/theater works.

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BomerS@franklinpierce.edu