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NY Post

Breton Tyner-Bryan calls the dance-from-home slog “sweaty, comforting and grounding.” But she prances around barefoot or in Laduca heels in her one-bedroom apartment anyway, beside framed images of Lucille Ball, Mae West, Josephine Baker and Agnes DeMille, citrine crystals, vintage costumes and 10 bamboo plants for good luck.

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https://nypost.com/2020/08/27/ballet-pros-stay-flexible-during-covid-19-with-dance-from-home-setups/

NY Times

On the heels of Pride comes Dixon Place’s 23rd annual Hot! Festival, which celebrates New York’s L.G.B.T. culture. On Wednesday, choreographer Breton Tyner-Bryan takes a stab at the theme. Ms. Tyner-Bryan’s “Self” explores society’s obsession with image.

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https://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/04/arts/dance/dance-listings-for-july-4-10.html

Sundance Collab

https://collab.sundance.org/catalog/DESTINYS-FUGE-2021-03-02-182922

Huffington Post

Listing for Second Wind  New York Film Academy Blog, was in Huffington Post

http://www.nyfa.edu/film-school-blog/a-second-wind-for-nyfa-grad-sarah-choi/

Film Fest International

"BTB: Since its creation, I’ve wanted to adapt my signature trio “Minerva’s Stride” by Breton Follies originally created for stage, into a film now titled Goodbye Chelsea. I directed, choreographed, and styled this piece, and was an original cast member. We performed it many times in New York City on proscenium stages at City Center, NYU Skirball Theater, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, and New Victory Theater 42nd Street. Unlike some of my other works designed for smaller immersive spaces, Minerva’s Stride was always intended to be bold, aggressive, and physically challenging. Only 2 minutes in length, it’s an adrenaline-laced sprint to the finish, filled with intricate footwork and over the top facial expressions."

Read more at

https://www.filmfestinternational.com/film-interview-goodbye-chelsea/

Broadway World

“Noteworthy was Breton Tyner-Bryan's number Un Tanguito Cualquiera, created in collaboration with Catherine Correa. The number, full of beautiful, awkward, sensual, and tense moments, told a clear and convincing story of two lovers who couldn't decide to be or not to be together”

Read more at

https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/BWW-Reviews-Peridance-Capezio-Centers-Faculty-Showcase-20130824

 

“The retro choreography created by Breton Tyner-Bryan keeps the show soaring above the 70's clouds along with the best of The Bee Gees song catalog.”

Read more at

https://www.broadwayworld.com/long-island/article/BWW-Review-SATURDAY-NIGHT-FEVER-THE-MUSICAL-at-John-W-Engeman-Theater-20190718

https://www.broadwayworld.com/long-island/article/Photo-Flash-The-John-W-Engeman-Theater-Presents-SATURDAY-NIGHT-FEVER-20190719

TDF Interview 

https://www.tdf.org/stages/article/2121/watch-breton-follies

Curve Interview

https://youtu.be/qYQCW2OB5Yw

News Day 

“Choreographer Breton Tyner-Bryan gives the cast — accomplished dancers all — the right moves on the slick set.”

Read more at

https://www.newsday.com/entertainment/theater/saturday-night-fever-1.33905958

Time Out

“Tyner-Bryan recalls '30s vaudeville in a new series of dance-theater works taking place inside Sleep No More's McKittrick Hotel”

Read more at

https://www.timeout.com/newyork/things-to-do/breton-tyner-bryan

Theater Life

“The choreography. Whether Tony is effortlessly swinging Stephanie across the dance floor or he’s at the forefront of a dozen dancers seemingly moving as one organism to “Night Fever,” the ingenious Breton Tyner-Bryan’s choreography showcases some of the hardest working performers in New York. Their impeccable timing (and sexy pelvic thrusts) in “Disco Inferno” is musical theater at its finest. The disco numbers and fancy footwork are reminders as to why everyone should be hustling down to the theater.”

Read more at

http://theaterlife.com/saturday-night-fever/

TBR News Media

“Choreographer Breton Tyner-Bryan and associate choreographer Emily Ulrich deserve accolades for the obvious hard work and effort that went into preparing the cast to be at the top of their game. The high-energy musical delivers all the 1970s hits and fashion that’s made it a beloved classic for more than just baby boomers”

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https://tbrnewsmedia.com/tag/breton-tyner-bryan

Dance Magazine

“The essential quality of all self-producers? A hefty amount of gumption and perseverance. As Tyner-Bryan puts it: “Self-producing is fulfilling a vision from start to finish, wearing all hats—from choreographing and payment to location and technical elements.””Your vision should be the starting point that leads to the specifics of your project. For Tyner-Bryan, this meant combining her contemporary ballet background with “cabaret, theater, darkness and jewels,” she says. “People aren’t really interested in producing that in dance festivals, so I ventured into the club world: It’s a golden opportunity to use my original stamp.” Over the summer she produced a show that blended a cabaret structure, live music and a focus on both musical theater dance and contemporary ballet at The Folly in New York City. “

Read more at

https://www.dancemagazine.com/self-produce-to-self-satisfy-2306979944.html

 

Dance Informa

https://www.danceinforma.com/2013/02/04/encouragement-to-fly-meet-breton-tyner-bryan/

 

The Mark Twain House & Museum

https://marktwainhouse.org/christmas/

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