We are thrilled to announce the addition of Jasmine Henri Jordan to The Viola Project administrative team! Jasmine is our Community Outreach Liaison and she can't wait to help us strengthen our local community partnerships. This position is funded by a grant from the Latin School of Chicago's Young Philanthropists Fund.
Jasmine Henri Jordan loves the work that Viola Project does and is so happy to be a part of it. One of her other hats is as Audience Development Manager for Victory Gardens Theater. Jasmine is also a teaching artist for Northlight Theater and has taught for Mudlark Theater Company and American Theater Company. Jasmine makes a lot of weird art and performs with a collective called Hot Kitchen. She is a proud Florida State University alumna.
1. Where are you from?
2. How long have you been in Chicago?
3. What is one of your favorite places in Chicago?
This is so hard. The Museum of Contemporary Art on a Tuesday night is pretty rad!
4. When did you first encounter Shakespeare?
Middle school with a paperback copy of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
5. Do you have a favorite Shakespeare play or character?
6. What inspires you about The Viola Project?
The students never cease to amaze me with their curiosity, courage, and tolerance.
7 . What's your favorite ice cream flavor?