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Performance 2
Green Street Studios
Cambridge, MA
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Performance 2
Lions Jaw performance + dance festival presents the second of two nights of performances featuring the festival faculty.

Night 2 Features performances by 6 featured festival artists.

Ishmael Houston-Jones has been one of contemporary dances most vital improvisers, collaborators, and contributors for over three decades. His work THEM (2010) explored some ways men are with men (The Village Voice). Recast with a new generation of male performers, it was a provocative reimagining of his 1986 collaboration with writer Dennis Cooper and composer Chris Cochrane.

Lisa Race pent much of her career as a performer, teacher and choreographer in New York before heading north to Connecticut.  She has given workshops and/or made dances at many destinations around the country and beyond.

Jen Polins  is a curator, mobilizer, movement practitioner and performance maker, bridging somatics -performance practices- and contemporary dance techniques for over 25 years. Jen lives between Berlin and Northampton where she creates work, curates artists, connects communities and teaches.

Jasmine Hearn is a choreographer and dancer. A native Houstonian, she graduated magna cum laude from Point Park University with her B.A. in Dance.  Jasmine travels around the country to showcase her choreographic work and to participate in diverse dance projects.

Tara Aisha Willis is a dance artist, PhD candidate in Performance Studies at NYU and after several years as an administrator for programming and diversity initiatives at Movement Research, recently became Associate Curator of Performance at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Hana Van der Kolk makes dance-centric performances, events, videos and writing that investigate community/collaboration and how thought shapes moving, how moving shapes thought, and how being thoughtful movers might positively destabilize our notions of gender, sexuality, work, nature, and politics. Hana is based in Troy, NY.


Green Street Studios (View)
185 Green Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
United States


Arts > Dance
Arts > Performance

Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: No


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