Jason Paul Tate
Jason Paul Tate is a performer and movement director originally from Kentucky and now based in New York City. His work has been onstage at the Metropolitan Opera, in Central Park, and in a number of downtown venues including Classic Stage Company, Ars Nova, Rattlestick, the Gene Frankel, and TheatreLab. His work has also appeared in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the New York Fringe Festival and regionally at A.R.T., Great Lakes Theatre, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Kentucky Conservatory Theatre and at a number of the country's outdoor dramas including the Tony-Award winning The Lost Colony. As a guest instructor and professor, Jason has taught and choreographed productions for The New School, New York Film Academy, Hofstra University, Florida State University, the Asolo Conservatory, University of Kentucky, University of Central Florida, University of North Carolina -Charlotte, Berea College, Transylvania University, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi and the University of North Carolina School for the Arts. Jason is a Certified Teacher with the SAFD, having served on staff at the National Stage Combat Workshop, the Stage Combat Workshop at Louisiana Tech, the A-Town Throwdown, and the Lonestar Smash. He is also a founding member of the movement solutions company, Neutral Chaos, LLC; offering classes in New York City and sponsors of the Tourist Trap Stage Combat and Stunt Workshop.