Jason Parsons

Jason has created work for Rasta Thomas's Bad Boys of Dance, Willow Oak Contemporary Ballet, Odyssey, HoustonMet and the Evolution Dance Company. Internationally his work has been performed at the Gwang Ju Biennale Festival (South Korea), Baudelaire (Japan), Artedanza (Italy), Nokia Awards (Czech Rep.), Minjockchoom Cultural Festival (South Korea), Puglia Danza (Italy) and the Seoul Contemporary Jazz Dance Festival (South Korea). In May of 2007 Jason collaborated with Italian Artist Elena Parisi to create a moving installation for her premiere exhibition in Milan, Italy. Since February 2008, Jason has been creating and premiering full length concert works for himself and his troupe of dancers. Jason and his dancers have performed in New York City at the Joyce Theater, Cedar Lake Theater, Joyce Soho, Dixon Place, Manhattan Movement and Art Center, Alvin Ailey and for APAP at Carnegie Hall. He most recently worked on Teddy Forance and Jonathan Arpinos's dance film Misery Loves Company. Jason was on faculty at Steps in New York City and has taught all over the U.S., Canada, Netherlands, England, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Cypress and the Czech Republic.