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Chloe Jaques is a Pōneke based artist who’s practice explores the impact and power of the
physical self. She is an actor, dancer and performer that creates abstract and thoughtful work in a low maintenance, high energy style.
Chloe has worked under Dame Gaylene Preston for the New Zealand Film Commision,
developed her sold out solo show EAT ME for the 2021 Tahi Festival: NZ Festival of Solo
Performance, premiered the contemporary dance show MANUFACT at the 2022 Fringe Festival and developed The Bed We Sleep Upon as apart of Playstation Gallery’s monthly performance programme. Chloe has also been a Regional and National Assessor for Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand’s 2022 University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival. She is an acting graduate of Toi Whakaari: NZ Drama School and has most recently concluded an artist residency with Barbarian Productions and Footnote’s 2023 ChoreoLab.

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2024 Best Foods Comedy Gala


04/05/2024 - 04/05/2024

"Local acts hold their own in mixtape of comedy..

"An hilarious evening of bubbly artists trying their luck at gauging a giggle..

Double Goer

Nelson, Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch

24/10/2023 - 27/04/2024

" Unravelling the power of the feminine..

"Brave and confronting and traumatizing...

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BELLE - a performance of air.


21/02/2022 - 17/03/2024

"Stunning lighting design offers many a trompe l’oeil ..

"Must see performance!..

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29/02/2024 - 03/03/2024

"Crunch is alive...

Manage Your Expectations


27/02/2024 - 02/03/2024

"Very very good indeed..

"Just dead hands left and one dancing naked body..

Lick Off My Tears, Death is Also Dying


21/02/2024 - 24/02/2024

"It’s a beautiful madness..

"Expresses the issues of our time..

The Perspective Series 0.1: Witness


16/02/2024 - 18/02/2024

"A warm hug whilst the waft of soft death flavours the space...


Wellington, Kerikeri, Palmerston North, Hamilton, Auckland, Christchurch

20/07/2023 - 27/03/2024

"Fostering and promoting contemporary dance in Aotearoa..

"Human stories glimpsed in fleeting detail..

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30/03/2023 - 01/04/2023

"An intimate, thoughtful and sensory story of love, life and all the silly nonsense in between..

I Am King/Queen


08/03/2023 - 10/03/2023

"A must see show for all ages, sexualities and ethnicities. A non-negotiable for all straight white folks...

Miss Scrappe presents: Fool Affrontal Rudity


04/03/2023 - 07/03/2023

"Miss Scrappe lives another day! A chaotic rumbling of noise, bright colour and wackiness...