Jennifer Jancuska is a choreographer whose work in musical theater has been seen in collaboration with The Public Theater, City Center, Skirball Center, Dallas Theater Center, The Royal George, Flat Rock Playhouse, New London Barn Playhouse, Trinity Rep, Merrimack Theatre and Madison Square Garden, among others. She has developed new musical theater works with Daniel Goldstein, Kait Kerrigan, Brian Lowdermilk, Matte O’Brien, Matt Vinson, Keith Varney, Vincent Marini, Andy Blankenbuehler, Daniel Aukin, Frank Wildhorn, and Jack Murphy.
Jennifer has been a master teacher and guest lecturer at NYU, Syracuse University, PACE, University of the Arts, College of Charleston, and Shanghai Theater Academy. She is the co-founder of Broadway Connection, a dance and theatre arts education organization in its eighth year of national and international programming.
Jennifer is a graduate of Cornell University. Current and upcoming projects include the Winter/Spring season of ASTIR, Exploring the Metropolis' 2016 Choreographer and Composer residency with Adam Gwon, director and choreographer for Busch Gardens, choreographer of The Bad Years, a new immersive musical by Kait Kerrigan & Brian Lowdermilk, choreographer of the feature film, Easter Myteries, by John O'Boyle, choreographer of Elway the Musical by Keith Varney and choreographer of the new musical adaptation of Anne of Green Gables by Matte O’Brien and Matt Vinson.
As the founder and creative director of BC Beat, she is thrilled and thankful to collaborate with such an amazing family of inspiring artists!