PJ collaborates with PSB for Summer Intensive 2k16

PJ collaborates with PSB for Summer Intensive 2k16

pj-fotoPatrick John “PJ” Rebullida is a Dancer, Actor, Singer, Choreographer, Director and Teacher. He is what he calls an accidental Professional. He stumbled into performing only late in 2002 and never looked back.

PJ credits his dance training to Steps Dance Studio and the CCP Dance School. He was a Member of the Theater Lüneburg Ballet (Germany), Company Member with Ballet Philippines and did guest performances with Philippine Ballet Theater, Steps Dance Studio and other groups. As an actor, he worked with Repertory Philippines, Dulaang UP, Koine Theater, the Metropolitan Theater Guild and was part of the German cast of ‘Ich War Noch Niemals in New York’ from 2012-13. PJ has choreographed, taught classes and directed for various groups in the Philippines and in Lüneburg, Germany. He was also the Ballet Master for the Interdans Festival, Belgium in 2012 and curated Dance and Movement for the Imaginarium Festival 2014.

Upon coming back to the Philippines from Germany in 2014, PJ was a guest teacher for Ballet Philippines, Steps Dance Studio and Ballet Philippines’ Dance School. He devised movement and choreographed Dulaang UP’s ‘Measure for Measure,’ Red Turnip’s ’33 Variations,’ ‘Stages,’ ;Chuva Choo Choo’ and co-choreographed 9 Works Theatrical’s ‘La Cage Aux Folles.’ He was a featured choreographer in the last WiFi Body Dance Festival 7 at the CCP. Recently, he played Papa Ge in ‘Once on the Island,’Grumio and Vincentio for ‘Taming of the Shrew,’ Mercedes for ‘La Cage Aux Folles,’ a ‘Macho Dancer’ in Nic Pichay’s Virgin LabFest XI offering, danced in ‘NeoFilipino’ for the CCP and performed for Ballet Philippines in ‘Body Positive.’

PJ is a founding member of Daloy Dance Company. He has choreographed several pieces for Daloy and danced in Ea Torrado’s ‘Canton,’ ‘Dysmorphilia,’ and ‘Himalaya.’ His recent choreography for Daloy, ‘The Sky Changed,’ was reviewed by Juice.ph as can “an enthralling window into a space where imagery, movement,feelings and catharsis meet…Powerful, moving and enjoyable.”