Jason Collins

Jason Collins

is originally from Defreestville, New York. He joined Pam Tanowitz Dance as a performer in 2013 and began managing the company as artistic associate in 2017. Collins has also assisted Tanowitz with creations for Dance Theater of Harlem, Miami City Ballet, New York City Ballet, and Royal Ballet (upcoming) and has taught repertory workshops at Montclair State University and NYU Tisch. He has additionally performed with the Merce Cunningham Trust, The Bang Group, Crossman Dans(c)e, The Metropolitan Opera, Ryan McNamara, and Danielle Russo. Collins studied at Walnut Hill School for the Arts and holds a BFA from The Juilliard School.


James Lindsay Harwell

is originally from Dallas, TX, and started training in acting, musical theater, jazz, and tap at Flower Mound Performing Arts Theater. He began studying other dance forms when he was accepted into Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts when he was 14. After high school he attended The Juilliard School and graduated with Jason and Ingrid in 2013. While there, he performed pieces by William Forsythe, Ohad Naharin, Bronislava Nijinska, Andrea Miller, Pam Tanowitz, Loni Landon, and Zack Winokur. Since school, he has performed with Barkin/Selissen Project, Boy Friday, Pavel Zuštiak - Palissimo Company, UNA Projects, and in City Center's Fall for Dance Festival, and he has given workshops in Jackson Hole, WY at the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts. He toured internationally with Gallim Dance in the summer of 2014 and nationally with Brian Brooks Moving Company from September 2014 to March 2015.


Ingrid Kapteyn

is a lifetime student of listening who currently swings eight roles in Punchdrunk's Sleep No More NYC. She spent 2017 building and performing a new version of Sleep No More in Shanghai. While in China she also conceived, directed, and performed two independent installations called CAMPFIRE and POP. She went on to present CAMPFIRE with collaborator Tony Bordonaro at The Tank in NYC in January 2019. Ingrid has performed with Brian Brooks, Danielle Russo, and The Metropolitan Opera, and she was an actor in Martha Clarke and Alfred Uhry's Angel Reapers at The Signature Theatre in 2016 along with Clarke’s GOD’S FOOL workshop in 2018. She has taught internationally, including for Juilliard Global Ventures/Nord Anglia Education (in Shanghai, Dubai, Switzerland, and Qatar), FRESH Dance Intensive, UNC: School of the Arts, and Princeton and Bucknell Universities, and she served for a year as Assistant to the Artistic Director of Springboard Danse Montréal. Ingrid studied ballet near her home in Deerfield, Massachusetts before graduating from Juilliard's BFA program with The Martha Hill Prize in May 2013.