Edouard Lock is a choreographer/performer, who studied film at Concordia University. He founded Lock-Danseurs in 1980, which then evolved into La La La Human Steps. "Oranges" (1981) won him a Jean A. Chalmers Award for choreography, and "Human Sex" (1985) won a Bessie Award for choreog
Sergei, or Serge, Diaghilev is a dance history icon, having founded the Ballets Russes in 1909 with the intention of bringing ballet to the general public instead of just the aristocracy. He was a pioneer, creating modern ballets with uncoventional musical scores. With the Ballets Russes, Diaghilev
Pete co-founded 'Los Minstrels Del Diablo', a twisted audio-visual live performance 'weapon' created from the desire to experience live performance combining audio rhythmic sculpture with machine-gun paced video presentations. Modeled after the audio/visual assaults from the likes of Skinny Puppy, Em
Emboldening classical ballet, the Dance Theater of Harlem takes up the old and gives it an articulate, contemporary spin. The group sharpens the edge of the familiar with a bit of bombast, but always with impeccable classical precision.
Arthur Mitchell founded the DTH in 1969, inspired to create