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Erin Jennings

Erin Hunter Jennings  always loved music, jumping and flying through air as a child, which drew her to singing, piano, flute, gymnastics, and dancing (most often in the family basement with her two sisters). She continued through college at Bucknell University before returning to her home state of Maryland.  After being cast and playing Val in a NY/Baltimore production of A Chorus Line, Erin made her own move to the “Big Apple”  where she discovered yoga and continued dance studies at  studios, NYU and as an ensemble member on scholarship at Steps. Since then, Erin has performed in many dance, musical theater and film productions in NYC and throughout the US and Europe, performing such roles as Kristine in the national tour of A Chorus Line, Graziella in West Side Story at Teatro ala Scala, & Louise in Westchester Broadway’s Carousel. She performed with multiple dance companies – a few mentioned here:Erick Hawkins,  Pilobolus, and those led by Olsi Gjeci (Sublime) Germaul Barnes (ViewsicEx), Erica Essner, Gaspard Louis  & for many years with Caron Eule(CEule Dance) and Shadowbox Theatre. Her choreography, presented on various stages and venues, has been noted in the NYTimes. 


Currently, Erin co-directs the Hudson Valley based  Putnam County Dance project, company in residence at Arts on the Lake in Kent, NY. Movement and its ability to create connection and healing continues to inspire Erin in teaching dance and yoga, in choreography, and contact improvisation. She received RYT certification and 200 hour yoga training from Sonic Yoga, as well as certification and training in Dancing classrooms method and Forme Barre. 


 Erin is a member of the Actor’s Equity Association and a graduate of Bucknell (B.A. Psychology) and New York Universities (MA Dance/Ed). She  lives in the Hudson Valley with her husband, two children, schnoodle and kitty.  


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