Bryant Henderson

Bryant HendersonUniversity of Alabama. As an educator, Bryant has been a teaching artist and choreographer for institutions including The University of Alabama, Shelton State Community College, Lane Community College, the University of Oregon, and Willamette University. Bryant has served as the Assistant Director and Jazz Faculty for the American Ballet Theatre Summer Intensive at Alabama, and on the faculty of Boulder Jazz Dance Workshop where he coordinated their Commercial Dance Intensive. As a Graduate Teaching Fellow at the University of Oregon, Bryant taught various theoretical and practical courses in the Department of Dance, choreographed works for student and faculty concerts, and was awarded the 2016-2017 Georgianne Teller-Singer Dean’s Fellowship and 2017 Outstanding Graduate Student in Dance. Bryant’s choreography has been seen throughout Alabama, appeared at the American College Dance Festival, and in New York City. His work ranges from concert dance to full musical productions. He has choreographed for musicals such as Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Hair, and Wild Party. While residing in New York City, Bryant performed Print Stopwith SYREN Modern Dance, BEings Dance, DEMA Dance, and J. Chen Project in venues including New York’s City Center, The Joyce SoHo, NYC Times Square, and The Baryshnikov Performing Arts Center. Bryant has also toured the world as a dancer and aerialist for Celebrity Cruises and POET Theatricals, and was a guest artist for the aerial-ballet company, AROVA Contemporary Ballet (Birmingham, AL). Currently, Bryant is the Artistic Director of Dance at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, and an Instructor of Dance at Lane Community College. Additionally, he teaches various courses and works with the performing ensembles at All That Dance Company and Eugene Ballet Academy in Eugene, Oregon.

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