'Everyone said I was crazy': the black ballet pioneers

‘Everybody stated I used to be loopy’: the black ballet pioneers

The Dance Theatre of Harlem was the primary classical ballet firm to concentrate on black dancers.

It was based by Arthur Mitchell in a transformed storage in Harlem in 1969.

Virginia Johnson was one of many first dancers to affix the corporate and is now its inventive director.

Witness Historical past: The tales of our occasions advised by the individuals who had been there.

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