Jerron Herman is taking us to the accessible club of our underground dreams with his choreography that ushers in that teenage feeling and gives columns something to lean on in this performance called life. Come unprepared to join Herman’s communal love letter about finesse and all the rest.
A dance party love letter to our community. Here, we’ll express the joy of relation in the abstract and through actual physical proximity. Choreographing the audience into his dance floor, Jerron will reference the sociality of a club environment and explore with and without the people around him.
Jerron Herman is an interdisciplinary artist and principal member of Heidi Latsky Dance. He’s been featured at Lincoln Center, ADF, the Whitney Museum, and abroad in Athens. Jerron now serves on the Board of Trustees at Dance/USA and was profiled in Great Big Story. Jerron has also shot for Tommy Adaptive and consulted for Nike. He’s a Snug Harbor PASS artist and a finalist for the inaugural Apothetae/Lark Play Development Lab Fellowship in 2018. Jerron studied at Tisch School of the Arts and graduated from The King’s College. The New York Times has called him, “…the inexhaustible Mr. Herman.”
Created & Performed by Jerron Herman
Soundscape and DJ performance by Kevin Gotkin
There is photography, video and audio documentation of this performance, available below.
The video features live audio description recorded at the performance.
All documentation is released under Creative Commons Attribution – Non Commercial – No Derivatives (CC BY-NC-ND).