Words about Dance
Jordan Reinwald is a dancer, aerialist, and writer based in Chicago, IL.
Jordan earned her way into the Chicago dance community as a dance critic for Examiner.com and Clef Notes Journal. She has performed professionally with the Civic Ballet of Chicago, Khecari, Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre, Aerial Dance Chicago, and Winifred Haun and Dancers. In the fall of 2017, she will appear at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tino Seghal’s Kiss. She is a principal guest artist for the Catskill Ballet’s The Nutcracker, appearing as a Harlequin Doll and Arabian Soloist. She has appeared in works by, The Laboratory Dancers, The Blueprinting Project (Isabelle Collazo), Erin Kilmurray, The Inconvenience, Emily Stein, and Michel Rodriguez Cintra, and Osnel Delgado Wambrug, among others. Jordan has taught dance at the Old Town School of Folk Music, The Chicago Park District, The Chicago Moving Company, The Jillana School, The Chicago Ballet Center, and River North Dance Chicago. Jordan is currently working on a new dance duet with Cuban choreographer Osnel Delgado Wamburg, Artisic Director of MalPaso Dance Company. Her project Document Cuba, in collaboration with photographer Quinn B Wharton aims to artistically document the collaboration process between U.S.-based artists and Cuban artists, as well as to document the shifting environment for working artists in a changing Cuba.