Wynn Fricke has been called a “choreographic shaman” who creates “timeless works that comment on the human condition with muscular choreography and primordial power.” (Star Tribune) Her choreography has been produced nationally, in Russia, and Micronesia, and includes commissions from Zenon Dance Company, Ragamala Dance, James Sewell Ballet, Ballet Arts Minnesota, and Frank Theatre. She served for two years as Resident Choreographer for Minnesota Dance Theatre, and is founder of Borrowed Bones Dance Theatre.
Wynn is the recipient of seven McKnight Fellowships in Choreography and Performance, and two New York State-funded grants from Arts International and Trust for Mutual Understanding. She has been named “Best Choreographer” and one of the “Artists of the Year” by Minneapolis City Pages, and has been honored with two Sage awards for “Outstanding Performance”. She has also received support through the American Composers Forum, the Jerome Foundation, and Minneapolis Regional Arts Council. Wynn serves on the faculty at Macalester College in Saint Paul, MN.