JP Dance Group is a contemporary dance company that is dedicated to entertaining, educating, and inspiring its audiences. We believe that dance is the ideal format for storytelling and strive to deliver powerful dance narratives that resonate with people of all ages, backgrounds and walks of life. We use a blend of dance, drama, and multimedia to create immersive storytelling experiences for the audience. JPDG truly believes that dance moves everyone.
JP Dance Group Provides:
- Educational programming including Lecture/Demonstrations, Workshops, and Arts-In-Education presentations for school-age children and teens
- Live dance productions for traditional theaters as well as non-traditional and site specific venues
- Choreographed segments for commercials and video
- Interactive Multimedia Installations
For more information please contact us! Information is in the left sidebar of this site. A downloadable press kit is available here.
Upcoming and News….
Our Director recently participated in the Oulu Dance Hack 2017. During this collaborative program put on by Taikabox and Oulu University of Applied Sciences (OMAK), invited artists from around the world worked with OMAK students, combining dance and technology in performance.
Bad Rep Hosts a Party for Social Justice honoring Clayton Patterson
Thursday October 26th at 7pm
Our Colleagues at Bad Rep Theater are launching a Season of Social Justice that features “City Girls and Desperados,” a play by Pamela Enz at Theater for A new City, and the creation of their new film “Airtime.” Come support the launch of the season and celebrate art that supports civil discourse across communities.
JP Dance Group’s Debbie Schneider will perform “Tears and the Ocean”, an excerpt from Saltwater Cures Everything . Projection art by Artistic Director JP.
The 9th Annual Collaborations in Dance Festival
Thursday November 2nd, 2017, 8pm
TriskelionArts, 106 Calyer Street, Brooklyn, NY
The Collaborations in Dance Festival is a celebration of movement-based performance developed through striking collaboration with artists working in other media including film, sound, costuming, visual art, and more. JP Dance Group will present, Nocnica, a solo that combines dance and live-feed video projection creating a modern twist on an ancient folklore story. JPDG dancer Erke Roosen will perform.