Dylan Seders Hoffman is a performance artist, actor, and director based in New York City and Cleveland, Ohio. She has recently performed in productions Off-Broadway at the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene and at the virtual 14th Street Y. Additionally, she has performed in dance works choreographed by Headlong Dance Theater, Boris Charmatz, Linda Caruso Haviland, and Lela Aisha Jones. Dylan’s devised work has been presented at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, Bryn Mawr College, Moore College of Art & Design, and a West Philly kitchen.


Dylan is an alumna of Bryn Mawr College where she studied Dance, Theatre, and Jewish Studies graduating magna cum laude and receiving the Jane Wilkinson Arts Prize for outstanding contributions in the arts. She is also an alumna of Headlong Performance Institute in Philadelphia, studying with David Brick, Amy Smith, Shavon Norris, Jungwoong Kim, Asimina Chremos, Anisa George, and Raphael Xavier. 


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Dylan creates kaleidoscopic dance theatre that moves between traditional and non-traditional performance spaces. She believes in creating question-driven theatre to form community through exploring heritage, culture, time, and memory.​ Dylan is excited by art that offers a plurality of experiences and a variety of answers to a question. Her interest currently lies in creating collaborative work that blurs the line between the audience and performer and curates both intentional and unintentional audiences in unexpected places. She is also very excited by Jewish folklore and magical realism - the wafting smells of matzo ball soup cooking onstage and the feeling of dancing with dirt underneath her feet. Dylan strives to use art as a way to raise consciousness, make change, and spread light.

Artistic Statement

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