Dance Theatre of Harlem’s Anthony Savoy shares with us his journey of finding his own voice in a sea of opinions and criticisms.
Lauren Anderson “This is going to sound cheesy…Decades of classes, years of performances, hours of rehearsals, minutes of sacrifice and a lifetime of joy!!!!” Lauren Anderson is currently an instructor at Houston Ballet, In 1990, she was the first African American ballerina to become a principal for a major dance company, an important milestone in American […]Read more "Featured Profiles of Resilience: Lauren Anderson"
Misty shares the loneliness and isolation at American Ballet Theatre she endured for over a decade that gave her the fuel to become one of the most successful ballerinas of all time.Read more "Featured Profiles of Resilience: Misty Copeland"
James Whiteside “In order to reach this level of success in the dance world, I had to know my strengths and my weaknesses. If you don’t understand what you need to work on, how can you improve in those areas? I found myself studying the dancers around me, asking myself “why does it look so […]Read more "Featured Profiles of Resilience: James Whiteside"