Jordan Isadore is a dancer/choreographer originally from Northern California. He received his B.F.A. in Dance from California State University Long Beach in 2009. Upon relocating to New York, Isadore has worked with choreographers Christopher Williams, Andrea Miller, Sydney Skybetter, and Jennifer Edwards. Currently he works with Shen Wei Dance Arts and has performed at the David H. Koch Theater, Mariinsky Theater, though out China, Russia, South America and Europe. His own work has been presented at The Museum of Arts & Design, 92nd Street Y, Joe’s Pub, and The American Dance Festival.
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SEE DICK DANCE is a satirical look at gender roles with in the queer community. Maypole captures the awkward, unclear, denim-clad moments of a first co-ed birthday party. A lyrical jazz solo encapsulates the feelings of a kid who has a small bladder and fears slumber parties. And finally, a video looks at feelings of an only child growing up gay in a small town. Simultaneously a critical look at gay stereotypes and gender roles and a comical, enjoyable, movement extravaganza, Jordan Isadore's four short works for CRAWL remix actual memories with fantasy to create a new, hyper-physical memory.