Londs Reuter (born 1988) is a dancer and dance-maker based in Brooklyn, New York. Reuter's choreographic work places privacy in public performance, to examine the everyday. Her work recomposes, restages, and reimagines lived moments. Reuter's performance work addresses questions of authorship, bravery, and family. 

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Reuter has received support from New York Live Arts (Fresh Tracks 2014-2015), Danspace Project (Food for Thought), the Knockdown Center (Sunday Service), and Movement Research at the Judson Church. She has been in residence at MANCC (Forward Dialogues 2019), Ponderosa (Queeries Residency), the Space on Ryder Farm, and Snug Harbor Cultural Center. She has led workshops at the Domestic Performance Agency (curated by Athena Kokoronis), at SLEEPCENTER (curated by Sunday School), and at the Brooklyn Studios for Dance.

As a dancer, she has worked with Katy Pyle/the BallezMarissa Perel, and Will Rawls. She has also danced for Ursula Eagly, Sarah Rosner with the A.O. Movement Collective, Abigail Levine, and Jillian Sweeney. Recently, Reuter performed the work of Simone Forti in Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done at the Museum of Modern Art. 

Reuter's community choreography seeks to create conditions for individuals to be present with creative thought. She built the Access Programs at the Brooklyn Museum, facilitated the Disabled Artist Space Grant at BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange, helped build and program the Brooklyn Studios for Dance, co-organized CLASSCLASSCLASS, and is a Masters Degree candidate in Disability Studies from the City University of New York. She is currently the Coordinator of Access and Community Programs at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

CV available by request.