Performing Arts
Jennifer  Polyocan

Jennifer Polyocan

Adjunct Professor, Dance Program

Jennifer received her training at the School of American Ballet and with Nancy Bielski. She has danced with Miami City Ballet, Alabama Ballet and the Washington Ballet. She has performed title roles in Coppelia and Giselle and has performed principal and soloist roles in works by Antony Tudor, Nacho Duato, Septime Webre, Kirk Peterson and Dwight Rhoden. She has been the ballet mistress for Massachusetts Youth Ballet and American Academy of Ballet. She has taught ballet at ODC and has been on the faculty at University of California, Berkeley. Jennifer is a graduate of New College of California with a degree in Arts and Social Change, and is an Alexander Technique practitioner with a private practice in San Francisco.