Nimbus Dance

Samuel Pott: Artistic Director

Danceenthusiast.com: Christina Jowers

5/2/ 18

“There is not doubt of Pott’s craft, the embroidery of his phrases.”

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Danceenthusiast.com: Juan Michael Porter II


“Through Pott's tireless advocacy and direction, Jersey City is fast becoming a pure-dance destination.”

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Danceenthusiast.com: Christina Jowers

“Pott’s interpretation of Brahms and Liszt in Surface Tension (2014) conveys a language of yearning romanticism, transfixing us with elegant, rapturous partnering as images dissolve and reappear.

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Pentacle.org: Juan Michael Porter II


“It’s an unadulterated joy that adults long for and instantly recognize because they spend their later years attempting to reclaim it. Bottom line: See this piece before you die.”

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Broadwayworld.com: Juan Michael Porter II


“The concert that I attended - closing night, June 4th, 2016 - contained the most diverse audience I have ever encountered.”

“It is rare to come upon a concert piece that so elegantly encapsulates what it means to lose a loved one, and yet that is precisely what Mr. Pott has accomplished in choreographing this extraordinary treatise on death.

With more hits than misses, "Geolocate" went above and beyond in presenting a marvelous evening of dance.

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Njmonthly.com: Lauren Barbagallo



As a choreographer, Pott, a native New Yorker, is known for creating works that invite an emotional—and often personal—connection between dancers and the audience. Building this bridge between world-class concert dance and the Jersey City community was the reason Pott formed Nimbus. “I really believe that the arts bring people together in tangible ways,” he says.

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6/3/2011: Tammy La Gorce


That mission, which can be summed up as a commitment to interacting with the community…”

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