Chris Bell

Chris Bell is originally from the Eastside of San Antonio, Texas but lives and works out of NYC.  Chris holds an an MFA Contemporary Dance (Case Western Reserve), a in BS Dance (Lamar), and because he likes camping and the beach, a BS Geology. He currently makes work with Raja Feather Kelly & the feath3r theory and is a frequent collaborator with (and former choreographic assistant to) Mark Dendy. Current & Recent Projects include: Jelly’s Last Jam (Choreographer, Long Wharf Theater/New Haven), The Wild Party (Co-Choreographer, Up Until Now Collective), Eighty-Sixed (Associate Choreographer, Diversionary Theater/San Diego) Wednesday (TF3T/New York Live Arts), The Met Gala (Rachael Chavkin), and Mute Swan, a collaboration with Theater in Quarantine written by Pulitzer-prize finalist Madeleine George. His company chrisbelldances (CBD) has presented work in 6 states and 4 out of 5 boroughs in NYC including evening length works at Dixon Place and Gibney Dance Center. CBD was the first dance company in residence at the Cherry Grove Community House and Theater, America’s oldest continuously operating LGBTQIA+ theater. CBD is proudly Queens based and an inaugural member of the Queensboro Dance Festival (2014). CBD is currently on the 2022 summer tour with QDF presenting free dance events in neighborhoods across Queens.