Rebecca Fitton is an improviser and facilitator. Born in England and raised in rural Wisconsin, her work as a community organizer and participatory artist is largely informed by her experiences as a bi-racial immigrant. Her performance projects have been presented in New York City at ShowDown/Gibney, Open Performance/Movement Research, Chez Bushwick, Staten Island Arts, Triskelion Arts, LiVEART.US at the Queens Museum, Abrons Arts Center, LEIMAY and Performance is Alive/SATELLITE ART SHOW. She has also worked in many non-traditional performance spaces such as bars, grocery stores, rooftops, gardens and streets across New York, New Jersey, Florida, Wisconsin, and Salzburg, Austria. She has been an artist in residence at Center in Grand Rapids, MI and a LEIMAY Subsidized Fellow at CAVE in Brooklyn, NY. In 2019, she was selected to be a participant in Hemispheric Institute's EMERGENYC program. As an arts administrator, Fitton works with Pentacle as their Education & Outreach Associate in addition to working with artists, Edisa Weeks/DELIRIOUS Dances, Will Rawls, Adrienne Westwood, and Abigail Levine. She has been a member of Dance/NYC’s Junior Committee since 2018. Fitton holds a BFA in Dance from Florida State University.