Patricia Rose Suarez is a multi faceted performance artist who grew up in the very sunny city of Boca Raton, Florida. She began her dance training at the age of 5 at Mrs P's Dance Studio and later attended Performance Edge 2 School of Dance. In 2008, she attended Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts where she studied ballet, contemporary, Jazz, Graham, Cunningham, as well as musical theatre. In 2013, she parted ways with South Florida and headed to another environment containing a sunny reputation: Philadelphia, PA. She then continued her dance education at The University of the Arts, under the direction of Donna Faye Burchfield. She has performed in works by: Jesse Zaritt, Kyle and Dinita Clark, Sidra Bell, Andrea Miller, Tommie-Waheed Evans, and Yasmeen Godder. After receiving her BFA in dance, along with a minor in Musical Theatre, Patricia Rose traveled to Israel for two weeks to deepen her studies of movement alongside various artists such as: Neil Harris, Adi Boutrous, Maya Reshef, Gavriel Spittzer, Yaara Moses, Rotem Tashach, Shira Eviatar, and Dana Ruttenberg,
Patricia Rose currently resides in Brooklyn, New York- where she is making/teaching various art forms under the dance and acting umbrella.
While trying to sustain her own career in performance, Patricia Rose seeks work within arts education. She feels that giving young minds the opportunity to bask in their own personal creativity is extremely crucial. In fact, she believes she is her most creative and determined self when she is given the opportunity to work with young artists. Her main quest in the classroom is to create an environment that inspires fearlessness as well as permission to feel and act upon instinctive emotions and urges. Her interests surround the exploration of voice and text combined with movement derived from improvisation that often entails singing and screaming around any form of open space.
Patricia Rose has a lot of experience teaching, and plans on keeping this passion at the forefront of her daily life as a performance artist.