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JessicaRedish
Choreography, Direction, Writer
Award-Winning Choreographer, Accomplished Director & Writer. Los Angeles Based, NYC, Atlanta & Chi avail. Music video & Musical focus. Movement & Acting Coach.
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Choreographer for The Smashing Pumpkins' "Shiny and Oh So Bright" International Tour
Director of "Barricade" Music Video by Janelle Kroll shot on DJI Inspire2 Drone
Movement Director of Award Winning ADDING MACHINE Off-Broadway
Director for Elizabeth Banks' WhoHAHA Spring 2019 Creator Platform

Selected for 2019 Women in Film Spring Mentorship Program
Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Choreography for SILENCE! THE MUSICAL at Studio Theatre.
2018 PLAY LA Humanitas Prize finalist for plays ROCKSTAR and THE 9/11 REPORT
Joseph Jefferson Award Nominee for Outstanding Choreography for PIPPIN

Personal Details

Los Angeles

United States
English, Spanish

Choreography Representation:

Jim Keith, Movement Talent Agency 

jim@movement-agency.com

(323) 462-5300

Work Details

 
Member, Non-member

SAG Eligible

Director
Choreography, Movement Coach
Writer

Jessica Redish is an accomplished director, writer, actress and award-winning choreographer. She recently choreographed The Smashing Pumpkins' International Tour which played Madison Square Garden, The Forum and appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." She recently directed for Elizabeth Banks' WhoHAHA Platform and is the recipient of the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Choreography for her work on Silence! The Musical at Studio Theatre. In addition to being nominated for multiple choreography awards, her first full-length play ROCKSTAR was a 2018 Humanitas PLAY LA Finalist.

Inspired by the work of Twyla Tharp, Pina Bausch, Bob Fosse, as well as Tony Winner David Cromer and Tony Nominee Michael Greif, both of whom she has had the honor to work with Off-Broadway, Jessica strives for detail, honesty, compulsion and her work has been described as "a masterpiece of coordination and choreography" by Julie McHale (Timeout Theatre Critic).