Tyler Orcutt

Tyler Orcutt

Tyler Orcutt is a Houston-based dance artist currently in his fourth season with NobleMotion Dance, where he has performed nationally and internationally; he was recently a featured performer in Andy Noble’s Science Worth Dancing About, a 2023 TEDx Talk. Tyler is also a lecturer of dance at Sam Houston State University, his alma mater.

Prior to his move to Texas, Tyler spent eight seasons with Repertory Dance Theatre (2012-2020). His RDT career included performing lead roles in historical works by Ted Shawn, Michio Itō, Doris Humphrey, José Limón, Donald McKayle, and Merce Cunningham, as well as contemporary works by Bebe Miller, Lar Lubovitch, Danielle Agami, Bill Evans, Noa Zuk & Ohad Fishof, and Zvi Gotheiner, among many others.

Tyler has formerly served as adjunct faculty at the University of Houston, and faculty at studios in Texas, Utah, and Florida. His education includes an MFA in Dance from SHSU and a BFA in Dance from the University of South Florida. His choreography has been presented at Dance Italia, Barnstorm Dance Festival, American College Dance Association, RDT’s Emerge, SHSU, and Scottsdale Community College; his most recent commission will be performed by Movement Source Dance Company in 2024.

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