Jenny Boissiere (Dancer/ Collaborator - Healthwhaaat) is from the Big Easy. She moved to NYC after graduating from Washington University in St Louis. She has danced with Jessica Dasner/dansfolk, Banana Peel Dance, and INspirit, a dance company. Her choreography has been shown at Gibney Dance Center, ModArts Dance's Collective Thread, and Brooklyn Ballet's First Look. In 2017 she was selected for and participated in Doug Varone's Devices Choreographic Mentorship. Her choreography was chosen to be a part of the Chen Dance Center’s New Steps – a Choreographer’s Series.
Hana Goldstone (Dancer/ Collaborator - The March) was born and raised in Southern California. She moved to New York City to attend Columbia University and has lived there ever since. Hana double majored in sociology and dance in college, where she was fortunate to get the opportunity to perform works by Andrea Miller, Reggie Wilson, Susan Rethorst, and Jenna Riegel. Since graduating, Hana has been working as a freelance dance performer in New York. She is currently dancing with Zullo/Raw Movement. In addition to her work as a dancer, Hana also works as an academic tutor.
Molly Gorin (Dancer/ Collaborator - The Face of Boredom) is a native New Yorker and goofball. She graduated from the dance department at LaGuardia High School in 2012, and from Oberlin College in 2016 with a double degree in dance and creative writing. Since then she has danced with a variety of New York based contemporary choreographers and companies including Aimee Plauche and Performers, Lucy Kerr Art, DanceBoissiere, Muliebris Dance Theater and for Rina Espiritu. Molly currently lives and works in Brooklyn. She is so excited to be a part of 1.1.17.
Jessie LaFargue (Dancer/ Collaborator - Layover, Music Creator - Layover & The March) is a dancer, choreographer, and music maker living in Brooklyn. Since graduating from Brown University, where she studied psychology and multimedia art, Jessie has composed, performed and choreographed for works in several venues including Center for Performance Research, The Boston Conservatory, Brown University, and Alvin Ailey Dance Center. Her compositions focus on music for dance and working with many choreographers, allows two of her interests to constantly intersect in new ways. Jessie works in operations for the restaurants at the Museum of Modern Art and is co-founder of the pop-up event entity Thesis. Equally passionate about music production and multimedia art as well as dance, Jessie continues to create and perform in a wide variety of hybrid contexts.
Candace Tabbs (Dancer/ Collaborator - #STEALTHIS) is a Dancer, Choreographer and Fitness Professional who earned her B.A. in Neuroscience and Behavior and minored in Dance at Barnard College. She has performed at venues such as BAM Opera House, Lincoln Center, New York Live Arts, and Ailey Citigroup Theatre. Candace has had the pleasure of performing with companies such as Jamie J & Co., Poetic Theatre Productions, Movement of the People Dance Company, abunDANCE Dance Company, and Shift Dance Collective. Currently Candace teaches and performs with intergenerational dance company, Dances for a Variable Population, and explores the conversation between Modern, Hip Hop and dances of the African Diaspora in her own work. Also a certified Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer, Candace brings mental and physical wellbeing to the forefront of people’s lives.
David Glista (Lighting Designer), currently based out of Queens, New York, is a graduate of the Walnut Hill School and a current member of the José Limón Company Dance Company. While completing his BFA in Dance Performance at the Boston Conservatory, David began working as general labor for the production department in everything from electrical and carpentry work, to stage management. David now works as a freelance theatrical/event lighting technician with numerous venues and companies including HERE Arts Center, New York Live Arts, and The Kitchen NYC. While serving as the Technical Director of Gowanus Art & Production from 2013-2015, David developed an interest in unconventional performance spaces and since then has enjoyed working with groups such as Loft Opera and the Crawl Performance Series in wonderfully odd spaces all over the five boroughs. David has currently found a home as the Associate Technical Director and resident lighting designer at Triskelion Arts in Brooklyn where he has been since 2015.