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Jordan McHenry

Jordan McHenry

Born and raised in Colorado Springs, CO, Jordan is a graduate of The Ailey School/ Fordham University BFA program in New York City. He has trained internationally at programs including River North Chicago, Jacob’s Pillow, Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet, Springboard Danse Montreal, and Deltebre Danse in Spain.

His professional stage credits include Montreal based companies EZDanza, Jose Navas/Company Flak and Cas Public. Jordan danced for over 5 years with Cirque Du Soleil’s Zumanity & most recently danced with the Martha Graham Company for their historic 90th season international tour. Jordan’s career spans film, fashion, and dance including Academy Award-winning film Black Swan starring Natalie Portman, New York Fashion Week, as well as three international Vogue publications.  Jordan was the Creative Coordinator and Rehearsal Assistant for Nevada Ballet Theatre in 2017/2018 season before becoming the 2018 recipient of the Tanztendenz Choreographic Residency in Munich, Germany. In December Jordan will receive his MFA in Choreography at Trinity Laban Conservatory of Music and Dance in London, England. Jordan is the current Executive Director of Colorado Springs Dance Theatre and looks forward to sharing his solo research with patrons in Colorado Springs.

Curbside Culture is a new program that brings the performing arts out into the community by facilitating small-scale live performances, in appropriately social-distanced circumstances, outside of private residences, places of business, and other gathering spots. Download the program flyer.

A program of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, Curbside Culture offers community members an enjoyable arts experience, and a meaningful way to support local performing artists during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As a Curbside Culture host site, you will be responsible for (1) providing electricity by running an extension cord to the street or performance location, and (2) gathering a small audience to enjoy the performance (please follow current social distancing guidelines). Pricing and performance options are listed below, and all financial transactions should be conducted directly with the performer, in a mutually convenient manner.

“Lecture, Demonstration, Performance” $500 (will be donated to Colorado Springs Dance Theatre)

  • “Lecture, Demonstration, Performance” is a 55 min performance art piece created in real-time through Socratic discussion. Part dialogue, part monologue, part choreography, part improvisation, this work is a broad reflection on dance as an art form through the ages. Its purpose is to challenge assumptions about expression, perception, and the human body. The funds from the purchasing of this piece go directly to support Colorado Springs Dance Theatre’s efforts to expand its educational programming.

“Living Safely between Emergencies” Please contact Jordan for pricing

  • “Living Safely between Emergencies” is an 18 min solo performance for a max of 10 audience members. In a private atmosphere, this contemporary immersive work is a response to the shifts in human intimacy, connectedness, and shared responsibility in the wake of the new global landscape.



All Curbside Culture performing artists operate as Independent Contractors, and the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region is not responsible for their actions or the content of their performance. Curbside Culture performing artists, host sites, and audience members are encouraged to follow all State, county and local protocols for mitigating the spread of the COVID-19 virus. If the performance site becomes unsafe at any time, performing artists reserve the right to leave immediately–without any obligation to reschedule or provide a refund. By scheduling a Curbside Culture performance, you are agreeing to these terms. For questions about Curbside Culture, please contact the performing artist directly, or email



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