Jordan Reinwald, originally from Lincoln, NE, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Dance Performance from Columbia College Chicago. Reinwald has danced professionally with The Civic Ballet of Chicago, Winifred Haun and Dancers, Khecari, Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre, and as a guest artist for Emily Stein, Michel Rodriguez Cintra, Erin Kilmurray, Isabelle Collazo, The Laboratory Dancers, and Osnel Delgado Wambrug, among others. Reinwald is currently the Director of a long-term choreographic collaboration project called Document Cuba which brings Reinwald, Michel Rodriguez, and Osnel Delgado together to examine choreographic collaboration and long term friendship. She is excited to perform at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago this fall in Berlin-based artist, Tino Seghal's Kiss, and as a principle guest artist in the Catskills Ballet's production of The Nutcracker. She currently holds a freelance Dance Critic position with Clef Notes Chicagoland Arts and Culture Journal, and manages her own blog for dance reviews, previews, and features, linesonlinesdanceblog.wordpress.com. Reinwald began her aerial training with classes at Aerial Dance Chicago. She performed in ADC's Ghost Stories in October 2016 and is incredibly honored to be continuing as a dancer in her second season with Aerial Dance Chicago.