Jordan Burns is a 22 year old college graduate at Henderson State University, where he obtained a Bachelors in Theatre Arts. He has been performing since the age of seven years old, he began performing as a talent contestant in the Union county Fair Talent Show. From then he has danced in everything from talent shows, theatrical productions, to parades, and live television. He has been a feature choreographer in local Gospel stage plays Gone Too Soon, What If the Church Isn't Right, and Henderson State University's Scrooge: The Musical. He has been also a featured guest on the Gospel television show The Ernie Miles Show. Jordan was also a member of the Henderson State University Dance Company. Jordan has been casted in several stage productions at Henderson including, A Servant of Two Masters, Miser, You Can't Take It with You, and 12 Angry Men. In the summer of 2012 he was casted in the local summer show Chicago at the South Arkansas Arts Center as a dancer For three years Jordan presented the Stop the Violence Concert which is a benefit concert to help raise awareness about violence in the El Dorado community and now serves as spokesperson for nonviolence and antibullying. Jordan currently teaches Hip Hop at Executive, also serves as Operations Mananger as well while he makes plans to pursue a career as dancer in Branson, MO.