Isa Spector

Isa Spector, photo by Richard Termine

Isa Spector is a director, writer, and choreographer based in New York. Their work embodies the absurd and intimate landscape of digital culture via dance, theater, and film. Recently, they created an original dance theater piece for the opening of INTIMA, a new performance space in Bushwick. Spector has shown work at Performance Space New York, Center for Performance Research, PAGEANT, the 14th Street Y, and the Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts in Los Angeles. As a performer, they have worked with Korakrit Arunanondchai, boychild, Danielle Agami, Sam Max and Alexa West. As a movement director, Spector has worked with artists including ANOHNI, Steve Lacy, and Jeremy Dutcher. They are a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts where they received a BFA in Dance and BA in Dramatic Literature.

A Larger Body
A Larger Body is a meditation on masculinity set inside a story of a boy crossing a river with his pony.